This is Why I Don’t Believe You: II
Duke University is threatening expulsion of a student accused of rape. In this case it seems like a version of the “both people were equally smashed, therefore the male is a rapist” nonsense.
The student, Lewis McLeod, is taking legal action regarding Duke’s hideous mangling of their own due process guidelines.
However, what I find most pertinent is:
In violation of a no-contact order, the accuser attended a social event at McLeod’s off-campus residence.
Because, you know, that’s what you do when you’ve been raped and you’re pursuing legal action against the rapist.
You go to their house for a party.
Note that before attending the party, she consulted with the women’s center on campus to see if doing so would violate the order. This was not an instance of accidentally being in the same place, or being taken by a friend to a party she didn’t realize would be at the rapists house, she went out of her way to be in his residence.
Why did she do this?
Because she’s full of shit, and knows she wasn’t victimized.