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678 articles:

  1. COTWA: 2014 in Review – December 31
  2. Conn Carroll: White House Rape Data “Not Supported By The Scientific Evidence” – December 31
  3. Ashe Schow: Harvard Law Bows to Federal Gov’t over Campus Sexual Assault Policies – December 31
  4. Leo Hohmann: Activists: Schools Must Teach Sex Consent to Kindergartners – December 31
  5. Joe Pallazolo: Harvard Law Professor: Feds’ Position on Sexual-Assault Policies Is ‘Madness’ – December 30
  6. Blake Neff: Harvard Yields To Feds On Sex Assault – December 30
  7. Robby Soave: As the Campus Rape Narrative Unravels, Will Due Process Strike Back in 2015? – December 30
  8. Ashe Schow: U.Va. Professor, Son Want Apology to Those ‘Wrongfully Punished’ – December 30

  9. Susan Kruth: Department of Education Finds Harvard Law School Violated Title IX  – December 30
  10. Ashe Schow: What Common Core and Campus Sexual Assault Policies Have in Common – December 29
  11. COTWA: Sen. Claire McCaskill Needs to Resign – December 29
  12. Adan Salazar: California Activists Want Sexual Consent Taught to Kindergartners – December 29
  13. COTWA: This is How Stupid College Students can be When They Talk about Rape – December 29
  14. Robby Soave: Doonesbury Somehow Unaware That the UVA Gang Rape Story Was Debunked Weeks Ago – December 29
  15. Sonny Bunch: Garry Trudeau, Call Your Office – December 29
  16. Jim Treacher: Garry Trudeau Still Believes Jackie, Sabrina Erdely, and Rolling Stone – December 29
  17. KC Johnson: UVA Student Coalition Demands Secret Trials in Virginia – December 28
  18. Glenn Kessler: One in Five Women in College Sexually Assaulted: An Update on this Statistic – December 28
  19. Hans Bader: ‘Affirmative Consent’ Movement Seeks to Control Your Private Life – December 28
  20. Peter Berkowitz: The Demise of Due Process on Campus – December 28

  21. Amy Alkon: The Slippery Slope Of Affirmative Consent: Perhaps Coming To Sex Lives Off Campus, Too – December 27
  22. Asche Schow: Claire McCaskill: Statistics? We Don’t Need No Stinkin’ Statistics! – December 26
  23. Twitchy: Listing of Politicians and Media Outlets that Falsely Claimed 1 in 5 Women is Sexually Assaulted in College – December 26
  24. Kaitlyn Schallhorn: Student Activists Demand California Teach Sexual Consent to Kindergartners – December 26
  25. Matt Vespa: MRCTV Asks UVA Students About Botched Rolling Stone Piece – December 26
  26. Greg Piper: Virgin Mary Justifies Affirmative Consent Sex Regime, Christian Professor Says – December 24
  27. Wendy McElroy: Obama and the Fiction of ‘Rape Culture’ – December 24
  28. Michael Barone: The Campus-Rape Frenzy – December 23
  29. Matt Vespa: Why Does Due Process Go Out The Window With Rape Cases? – December 23
  30. Cathy Young: The Crusade Against Rape Culture Stumbles – December 23
  31. Chuck Ross: Emails Show UVA Coordinator Hoped To Put ‘Positive People’ In Touch With Rolling Stone Reporter – December 23
  32. COTWA: A Victory for the Truth: Sen. Gillibrand’s Sexual Assault Resources Website Drops the ‘One in Five’ Myth – December 22
  33. The Bureaucrat Behind the “Rape Culture” Radicals – December 21

  34. Ben Cohen: Amanda Marcotte: The Face of Rape Hysteria – December 21
  35. KC Johnson: Virginia’s Freedom of Information Act E-Mails – December 21
  36. Matt Kaiser and Justin Dillon: What the Rolling Stone Story Tells Us about Campus Sexual Assault – December 20
  37. Charlotte Hays: Law Students: We Can’t Study Rape Law Because It Might Traumatize Us – December 19
  38. Stephen Baskerville: At The End Of The Day, Feminism Is A War On Due Process – December 19
  39. Matt Vespa: Talk About Sending the Arsonist to Put Out the Fire – December 19
  40. KC Johnson: UVA’s Troubled Campus Culture – December 19
  41. COTWA: Female college president’s photo with bare-chested male students prompts professors to question whether the college has “a casual attitude toward sexual assaults” – December 19
  42. Megan Daum: Now More Than Ever, The Issue of Campus Rape Requires Critical Thinking – December 18
  43. Asche Schow: Marginalizing the Already Marginalized – December 18
  44. Chuck Ross: Here Is What The UVA Student Behind The Rolling Stone Article Wrote About A Friend She Had A Crush On – December 18
  45. Katherine Timpf: New Women’s Rights Cause May Let More Rapists Free – December 18
  46. Ann Coulter: One in Five Rolling Stone Writers are Morons – December 17
  47. Asche Schow: Defining Nearly All Sex as Rape – December 17
  48. KC Johnson: Jackie’s Story and UVA’s Stalinist Rules – December 16

  49. Chuck Ross: University Of Virginia Student’s Catfishing Scheme Revealed – December 16
  50. Setting the Record Straight on ‘1 in 5′ – December 15
  51. Jeannie Suk: The Trouble with Teaching Rape Law – December 15
  52. Jeffrey Scott Shapiro: Bogus Phone Numbers Raise Fresh Doubts About ROLLING STONE Gang Rape Story… – December 15
  53. Glenn Reynolds: The Great Campus Rape Hoax – December 15
  54. Katie Kieffer: Selling Sex (Allegations) – December 15
  55. Charlotte HaysDOJ Campus Sexual Assault Study: The Administration’s One-In-Five Statistic Appears to Be Waaaay Off Base – December 15
  56. Eric Owens: Here are Eight Campus Rape Hoaxes Eerily Like the UVA Rape Story – December 14
  57. Kristine Marsh: DOJ Debunks WH’s Stats on College Rape, Will Media Report? – December 14
  58. Brendan O’Neill: The war on rape: the logic of the lynch mob returns – Nov. 14
  59. Vincent Carroll: Overhyping Sexual Assault on College Campuses – December 14
  60. Vicki E. Alger: Sexual Violence Needs Sober Solutions – December 13
  61. Peg Rosen: Is Date-Rape Crusade Hurting Innocent Young Men? – December 13
  62. Jazz Shaw: The Strange Case of Joshua Strange – December 13
  63. KC Johnson: Triple Jeopardy and No Lawyers at SMU – December 12
  64. Mark Perry: New Justice Department Study Reveals that About 1 in 52.6 College Women Have Been Victims of Rape/Sexual Assault – December 12
  65. Selwyn Duke: Rape and the Attack of the “Man-hating Media” – December 12
  66. Robin Wilson: Study Challenges Notion That Risk of Sexual Assault Is Greater at College – December 12
  67. Avi Snyder: A Welcome Call to Dismantle Campus Kangaroo Courts – December 12
  68. James Ceaser: The Flight from Reason on Campus – December 12
  69. Asche Schow: Advocacy Groups Must Believe Rape Accusers Without Evidence, Others Should Not – December 12
  70. Jim Treacher: Reporter Behind UVA Gang-Rape Tale Was Once Disciplined For Making Up A Story… By STEPHEN GLASS – December 12
  71. Erik Erikson: The Man Hating Media – December 12
  72. Greg Piper: Sexual-Assault Activists Yelled Obscenities at Us, SDSU Frat President Says – December 11
  73. Philip N. Cohen: College Sex-Assault Trials Belong in Court, Not on Campus – December 11
  74. The Federalist: New DOJ Data On Sexual Assaults: College Students Are Actually Less Likely To Be Victimized – December 11
  75. Charles Cooke: Does Truth Matter to the Feminist Left? – December 11
  76. COTWA: Game Changer: New DOJ study on college sexual assault says it’s not one-in-five, it’s one-in-forty-one at most – December 11
  77. Wendy McElroy: The Rape Culture Hysteria – December 11
  78. Asche Schow: More Evidence That 1 in 5 College Women Have Not Been Sexually Assaulted – December 11
  79. Ben Shapiro: To The Left, Lying About Rape Is Just Dandy – December 11
  80. Joshua Strange: A Letter From a Survivor – December 11
  81. Valerie Richardson: U.Va., Lena Dunham Cases Could Swing Pendulum in College-Rape Cases – December 10
  82. Hannah Rosin: The Washington Post Inches Closer to Calling the UVA Gang Rape Story a Fabrication – December 10
  83. Ann Coulter: The College Rape Club – December 10
  84. Barbara Kay: Rolling Stone was Performing Advocacy, Not Journalism – December 10
  85. Jonah Goldberg: Using Allegations of Rape in a Grab for Power – December 10
  86. Robby Soave: Rolling Stone’s UVA Rape Story Just Took Another Massive Hit – December 10
  87. Matt Walsh: Rape Culture Doesn’t Exist And There Is No Rape Epidemic – December 10

  88. Joseph Cohn: More on Senate Committee’s Hearing on Campus Sexual Assault – December 10
  89. Christopher McDonald: Are Alleged Rapists Automatically Guilty? – December 10
  90. Matt Walsh: Rape Culture Doesn’t Exist And There Is No Rape Epidemic – December 9
  91. Bryan Gruley: Can a Wife With Dementia Say Yes to Sex? – December 9
  92. Hanan Adley: Critics Say Survey Figures Inflate Threat of On-campus Rapes – December 9
  93. Megan McArdle: You Can’t Just Accuse People of Rape – December 9
  94. Patrick Bissett: Bad Reporting in UVA Rape Story is on Rolling Stone, But Jackie’s Story Still Doesn’t Add Up – December 9
  95. Coy Ozias: Guilty Until Proven Innocent – December 9

  96. Ann Coulter: If There’s a Campus Rape Epidemic, Then Why So Many Hoaxes? – December 9
  97. Robby Soave: Lessons from the UVA Catastrophe: We Can’t Prevent Rape if We’re Deluded About It – December 9
  98. Eric Owens: Disgraced Journalist Behind UVA Rape Story Sanctimoniously Criticized FALSE REPORTING – December 9
  99. National Review Online Editors: Rape and Rolling Stone – December 9
  100. Joseph Cohn: Senate Committee Conducts Hearing on Campus Sexual Assault – December 9
  101. Greg Piper: Sexual-Assault Study Authors Disavow How Their Work is Portrayed by Activists – December 9
  102. Charles Johnson: Here’s Jackie Coakley “Rape Obsessed” Pinterest Account #UVAHoax – December 8
  103. Brendan O’Neill: Rolling Stone and the Cult of Credulity – December 8
  104. COTWA: The Rolling Stone debacle didn’t happen in a vacuum: It is time to mothball the destructive ‘rape culture’ meme – December 8
  105. Glenn Reynolds: When Rape Matters, and When it Doesn’t – December 8
  106. Howard Kurtz: Rolling Stone’s Rape Story: A Bigger Journalistic Train Wreck Than We Thought – December 8
  107. William Jacobson: Mothers Must Speak Up for Their Sons on Campus – December 8
  108. Jonathan Taylor: As UVA Case Unravels, Feminists Scramble with Damage Control but Maintain Presumptions of Male Guilt – December 8
  109. Cathy Young: The UVA Story Unravels: Feminist Agitprop and Rape-Hoax Denialism – December 8
  110. Hans Bader: University of Virginia Violated Constitution Through Collective Guilt Suspension for Sororities and Frats – December 8
  111. Emily Yoffe: The College Rape Overcorrection – December 7
  112. John Fund: Another College Campus, More Pitchfork Justice – December 7
  113. KC Johnson: Campus After-Effects of the Rolling Stone Travesty – December 7
  114. Margaret Talbot: Reporting on Rape – December 7
  115. Eric Owen: 11 Job Ideas for Disgraced, Slimball Journalist Sabrina Rubin Erdely – December 7
  116. Rolling Stone Tries to Regroup After Campus Rape Article Is Disputed – December 7
  117. Michael Moynihan: Why It Was Right to Question Rolling Stone’s U-VA Rape Story – December 6
  118. Eugene Volokh: Libel Law and the Rolling Stone / UVA Alleged Gang Rape Story – December 6
  119. The Economist: Professors as Judges – December 6
  120. James Taranto: An Education in College Justice – December 6
  121. Hanna Rosin: Key Player in UVA Rape Story: Rolling Stone Never Talked to Me – December 6
  122. Cathy Young: It’s Women Who Suffer When We Don’t Ask Questions – December 6
  123. FIRE: ‘Rolling Stone’ Developments Underline Need for Professional Response to Campus Sexual Assault – December 5
  124. Chuck Ross: Disgraced Rolling Stone Reporter’s Tweets Come Back To Haunt Her – December 5
  125. Marc Randazza: Should We Always Believe the Victim? – December 5
  126. Hannah Rosin: Blame Rolling Stone – December 5
  127. Joseph Cohn: UMass Amherst Tells Court That ‘Dear Colleague’ Letter Is Not Binding Law – December 4
  128. Heather Wilhelm: The U-Va. Rape Case and Feminist Confusion – December 4
  129. Jonah GoldbergA Story Too Useful to Verify? – December 3
  130. Bob Rayner: Is the Rolling Stone Story a Fable? – December 3
  131. KC Johnson: The Rolling Stone Saga: Everything That’s Wrong with How We Deal with Campus Rape – December 2
  132. David French: The Wheels Are Coming Off the Sexual Revolution – December 2
  133. Rachel Axon: Jameis Winston Rape Case Spotlights Calls for Reform – December 2

  134. Erik Wemple: Rolling Stone Whiffs in Reporting on Alleged Rape – December 2
  135. Susan Kruth: CUNY Board of Trustees Approves New Sexual Misconduct Policy – December 2
  136. Rod DreherUVA’s Jackie: A Wahoo Tawana Brawley? – December 2
  137. KC Johnson: More Questions about Rolling Stone and UVA – December 2
  138. Stephen Henrick: Three More Flaws in Harvard’s Sexual Harassment Policy – December 2
  139. Allison Benedikt and Hanna Rosin: The Missing Men – December 2
  140. Paul Farhi: Author of Rolling Stone Article on Alleged U-Va. Rape Didn’t Talk to Accused Perpetrators – December 1
  141. Robert Shibley: Time to Call the Cops: Title IX Has Failed Campus Sexual Assault – December 1
  142. Asche Schow: Amid Outrage, Questions Emerge about U.Va. Gang-Rape Allegation – December 1
  143. Judith Sulevitz: Rolling Stone Never Gave the Villains of Its Gang Rape Story a Chance to Defend Themselves – December 1
  144. COTWA: When it comes to rape claims, feminists say campus ‘justice’ is superior to real justice because due process doesn’t get in the way – December 1
  145. Robby Soave: Is the UVA Rape Story a Gigantic Hoax? – December 1
  146. Valerie Richardson: Men Invoking Anti-Discrimination Title IX to Fight Sex Assault Charges – December 1
  147. Annemarie Butkiewicz: Confronting Sexual Assault: University Conduct Hearings Receive Plenty of Criticism – November 30

  148. Bradford Wilcox: The Right and Campus Rape – November 26
  149. Wendy McElroy: Is Challenging ‘Rape Culture’ Claims an Idea Too Dangerous for University Students? – November 26
  150. Greg Piper: Even ‘Slate’ Thinks Campus Sexual-Assault Investigations are Worse than Police – November 25
  151. Charlotte Hays: Rolling Stone’s U-Va Rape Story – November 25
  152. Robby Soave: The UVA Rapists Should Not Have Been Expelled – November 25
  153. National Public Radio: Colleges Ill-Equipped To Investigate, Adjudicate Sexual Assaults – November 25
  154. Kimball Perry: U of Cincinnati Violating Rights of Accused Students – November 25
  155. Anna Oakes: Former Football Player Sues Appalachian State U – November 25
  156. Dahlia Lithwick: The University of Virginia Finally Confronts Its Rape Problem – November 24

  157. Richard Bradley: Is the Rolling Stone Story True? – November 24
  158. Asche Schow: UVA Gang-Rape Allegation Shows Why Universities Shouldn’t Arbitrate Sexual Assault – November 24
  159. Judith Sulevitz: Where UVA Went Wrong: Students Need to See Rape as a Felony, Not Just a Campus Infraction – November 24
  160. Cathy Young: The Debate at Brown – November 24
  161. Noah Rothman: More Evidence That the Left Wants to Get into your Bedroom – November 24
  162. Lisa Gartner: Eckerd president blames college sexual assaults on excess drinking, casual sex – November 24
  163. KC Johnson: McCarthyite Justice at Wesleyan and Swarthmore – November 23
  164. Neil Chaudhary: Realigning Universities’ Paralegal Sexual Assault Systems – November 22

  165. Megan McArdle: Campus Rapes and Kangaroo Courts – November 21

  166. Ashe SchowDue Process Win: Swarthmore College Settles Lawsuit with Accused Student – November 21

  167. COTWA: In the Wake of the Indictment of College Sex Tribunals by 28 Harvard Law Professors, It’s Suddenly Become Respectable to Champion the Rights of College Men – November 21
  168. Michael Shammas: To Harvard and Other Universities: In Protecting Students From Sexual Assault, Don’t Disregard Due Process – November 20
  169. Katie J.M. Baker: The Accused – November 20
  170. Samantha Harris: Victory for Freedom of Conscience at UC Davis: University Removes Coercive Slide from Sexual Assault Training Materials  November 20
  171. Ariel Kaminer: New Factor in Campus Sexual Assault Cases: Counsel for the Accused – November 20
  172. Anthony Berteaux: Consent Bill Assaults Amendment – November 20
  173. Asche Schow: The Coming War Between Sex-Positive Feminism and Affirmative Consent – November 20
  174. COTWA: Feminists Condemn Wendy McElroy for Taking a Position that Mirrors RAINN’s – November 20
  175. Suzanne Fields: Misreading the Cry of Rape – November 19
  176. Gil Smart: Assaulted by an Opinion – November 19
  177. Robby Soave: Some Feminists Think Stopping Jokes Would Help Stop Rape, But ‘Alcohol is Not the Problem'[*]
  178. John Leo: An Actual Debate at Brown – November 19
  179. Charlotte HaysCampus Rape Culture: Another Issue on Which the Obama Administration May Be Failing to Get Its Point Across – November 18
  180. Joseph Zappa: Forum Veers from Dealing with Sexual Assault on Campuses, Focuses on Rape Culture in United States – November 18

  181. KC Johnson: Rubenfeld on Campus Rape – November 18
  182. John Leo: The Times Allows Criticism of Campus Sex Hearings – November 18
  183. Samantha Miller: Brown University’s Two-Faced Attitude Toward Free Speech – November 18
  184. Ashe Schow: Alan Dershowitz: Campus Sexual Assault Rules ‘Preclude a Defense’ for the Accused – November 18

  185. COTWA: Jessica Valenti Brands Yale Law Prof. Who Expresses Concerns About Wrongful Sexual Assault Claims a Rape Apologist – November 18
  186. Susan Kruth: UC Davis Response to FIRE Letter Misses the Point on Freedom of Conscience – November 17
  187. Robby Soave: Liberal Feminists, Stop Smearing Critics As Rape Apologists – November 17
  188. Robby Soave: ‘Our Strategy for Dealing With Rape on College Campuses Has Failed Abysmally.’

  189. Jed Rubenfeld: Mishandling Rape – November 15

  190. Janet Halley: Harvard’s New Sexual Harassment Policy Must Change

  191. Cynthia P. Garrett: Campus Sexual Misconduct Policies Reveal Potential Gender Bias – November 13

  192. Mike Adams: University Deans Gang Rape Black Sorority – November 13

  193. Francis Levy: Pornosophy: Have You Signed a Pre-Coital? – November 13
  194. COTWA: The Grotesque Injustice to Josh Strange – November 13

  195. Robby Soave: Porn Star James Deen Is a Raging Libertarian, Hates Affirmative Consent – November 12
  196. Nicole Grether 
  197. Malcolm James: The Patrick Witt Case: Life-Changing Consequences of Sex-Assault Allegations – November 12

  198. David Walsh: Harvard’s New Sexual Harassment Policy, Democratic Rights and the New Right – November 11
  199. Asche Schow: Socialists Disapprove of Obama Administration’s Policy on Campus Sexual Assault – November 11
  200. Ruth Marcus: Campus Sexual Assault Charges Carry Dangers for Boys as Well – November 10
  201. Rick Moran: What Gender Warriors Mean by ‘Affirmative Consent’ – November 10
  202. Ben Boychuk: ‘Affirmative Consent’: Colleges are Motivated by the Almighty Dollar – November 9

  203. Susan Snyder: A College President’s Words to Young Women about Men – November 8

  204. Robby Soave: Feds Punish Princeton For Liking Due Process Too Much

  205. Cully Stimson and Andrew Kloster: Harvard Professors Reject Obama Campus Rape Policies – November 7
  206. Ashe SchowPrinceton University under Federal Scrutiny for Treating Sexual Assault as a Crime – November 7

  207. Nicole Ng and Vivian Wang: Enough Alcohol to Call it Rape? – November 7
  208. Susan Kruth: In Mishandling Sexual Assault Allegations Against Patrick Witt, Yale Failed Everyone –November 7
  209. Brendan O’Neill: An Ivy League Lynch Mob – November 6
  210. COTWA: Anyone Who Fights for the Rights of Students Accused of Sexual Assault is Acting out of Arrogance and Ingrained Male Privilege – November 6
  211. KC Johnson: The Smearing of Patrick Witt Continues – November 6
  212. COTWA: Feminist Wants Campus Crime Alerts to be Issued for Accusations of Acquaintance Sexual Assault – November 5
  213. Greg Piper: Lesson for Bros who Want to Promote Affirmative Consent: Don’t Make T-Shirts – November 5
  214. Katy Waldman: Patrick Witt’s Op-Ed About Harvard’s Sexual Assault Policy Is Infuriating. It’s Also Right– November 4

  215. Dennis Prager: When the Left Attacks: A Personal Tale – November 4

  216. The Quarterback Smeared by Yale Speaks Out – 
  217. Patrick Witt: A Sexual Harassment Policy that Nearly Ruined My Life – November 3
  218. COTWA: College anti-rape advocate wants to do away with burden of proof when students are accused of sexual assault – November 3
  219. Joel Mathis and Ben Boychuk: Should the Law Require ‘Affirmative Consent’ for Sex? – November 2
  220. Charlotte Hays: Does “Yes Means Yes” Trivialize Rape? – October 31
  221. Ben Boychuk: Should the Law Require “Affirmative Consent” for Sex? – October 31
  222. Conor Friedersdorf: Sex on Campus: UCLA Students Weigh Affirmative-Consent Laws – October 31
  223. Ashe Schow: Feminist Lawyer Denounces Handling of Campus Sexual Assault Cases – October 30
  224. Jessica Heppler: Face-Off: Affirmative Consent – October 30
  225. Danielle Crume, Michael Hatch, and Derek Rosseau: California Consent Laws Fail to Protect All Students – October 30
  226. Ted Rall: Will ‘Yes Means Yes’ Create More Problems than it Solves? – October 30
  227. The Weakening of Due Process at Penn – 

  228. Blaise Desnoes: Students Protest Sexual Violence with Mattresses Covered in Harassing Messages – October 29
  229. Susan Kruth: Former Occidental Student Files Title IX Complaint After Being Denied Fair Hearing   October 29
  230. Julianna Renzi and Katelyn Kennon: Sexual Assault Policy : “Oh God, Yes” or “No, Stop” – October 29
  231. Hans Bader: Progressives Coddle Rapists, While Smearing Innocent People as Predators – October 28
  232. Elizabeth Nolan Brown: Half of MIT Students Think It’s Possible to “Accidentally” Rape Someone (Thanks, Affirmative Consent!) – October 28
  233. KC Johnson: How Judges of Campus Sex Offenses Are ‘Trained’ – 
  234. Amalia Halikias: No to yes-means-yes – October 28
  235. Janet Halley: On the New Harvard University Sexual Harassment Policy – October 28
  236. Kathleen A. Bogle: “Yes Means Yes” Isn’t the Answer – October 27
  237. COTWA: Prof. Alan Dershowitz: “Harvard’s policy was written by people who think sexual assault is so heinous a crime that even innocence is not a defense.” – October 25
  238. Duff McDonaldPro Due Process Does Not Equate to Pro Rape – October 24

  239. Marshall Rottman: Boycott College Women While in College – October 24
  240. Tim Lindsay: Harvard Law Professors Condemn University’s War On Young Men – October 24

  241. Andrea Peyser: You Kids are Getting Screwed–And Not in the Good Way – October 23
  242. How the Education Department Warped Title IX – October 22

  243. R. Emmett Tyrrell Jr.The Harvard 28 to the Rescue on Sexual Harassment – October 22
  244. Wendy McElroy: Federalizing Sex – October 22
  245. Cathy Young: Groupthink Hits the Federalist Society – October 21
  246. Bruce Fein: Assaulting Due Process under Sexual Assault Banner – October 21
  247. Conor Friedersdorf: Why One Male College Student Abandoned Affirmative Consent – October 20
  248. Yvonne Dean-Bailey: ‘Yes Means Yes’ Sexual Education Class Provides P.E. Credit – October 20
  249. Benjamin Wermund: Former UH Students Sue School Over Sex Assault Investigation – October 20

  250. Miriam Weaver: If You Read Nothing Else This Week, Just Make Sure To Read This – October 20
  251. Heather MacDonald: Neo-Victorianism on Campus – October 20
  252. Cathy Young: The Federalist Society Caves to “Rape Culture” Orthodoxy – October 19

  253. The Underside of “Affirmative Consent” – October 19
  254. Cathy Young: Harvard Liberals Hate New Campus Sex Laws – October 19

  255. Conor Friedersdorf: Sex and the Class of 2020: How Will Hookups Change? – October 18
  256. KC Johnson: Ezra Klein’s Confusion on the California Sex Law – October 18
  257. Robert Shibley: What Ezra Klein Gets Wrong About the ‘Yes Means Yes’ Law in California – October 17
  258. Vicki E. Alger: California Says All Sex on College Campuses = Rape – October 17
  259. COTWA: Here’s Why Ezra Klein Doesn’t Know What the Hell he’s Talking About When it Comes to Sexual Assault – October 17

  260. Conor FriedersdorfAn Appalling Case for Affirmative-Consent Laws – October 16

  261. Ashe Schow: ‘Yes Means Yes’ Laws also Hurt Women – October 16

  262. Robert Shibley: For Some ‘Affirmative Consent’ Supporters, Injustice Is A Feature, Not A Bug – October 16
  263. Twenty-Eight Members of the Harvard Law School Faculty: Rethink Harvard’s Sexual Harassment Policy – October 15
  264. Cathy Young: The Argument Against Affirmative Consent Laws Gets Voxjacked
  265. Andrew Desiderio: Law Professor Blasts ‘Yes Means Yes’: ‘Ridiculous, Unfair, Infantilizes Women’ – October 15
  266. Jess Bidgood and Tamar Levin: Some Harvard Professors Oppose Policy on Assaults – October 15
  267. Robby Soave: How to Solve the Campus Rape Crisis: Lower the Drinking Age – October 15
  268. Jonathan Chait: Liberals Get Illiberal on Campus Rape – October 14
  269. Charles Cooke: The Illiberal Ezra Klein – October 14
  270. James Taranto: No Justice, No Problem – October 14
  271. Katherine TimpfWomen Are Too Weak to Say No to Sex – October 14
  272. Steve Greenhut: PC Gone Amok? College Boots George Will Over Sexual-Assault Column – October 14
  273. False Imprisonment by Campus Sex Police? – 

  274. Asche Schow: Ezra Klein Favors Extreme ‘Yes Means Yes’ Law Because of a Myth – October 13
  275. Randy Alcorn: In California, ‘Yes Means Yes’ and Stupid Means Stupid – October 13

  276. Stephen Littau: ‘Affirmative Consent’ Blurs the Lines between Consensual Sex and Sexual Assault on Campus – October 13

  277. COTWA: In California and on College Campuses Across America, Sex is now Presumptive Rape Based Solely on an Accusation  – October 13
  278. Malcolm James: Columbia University Reaches the Holy Grail for “Anti-Sexual Assault” Activists – October 13

  279. Casey Given: Here’s Another Reason to Hate Title IX – October 13
  280. Judith Shulevitz: Accused College Rapists Have Rights, Too – October 11
  281. Shikha Dalmia: Sex-Shaming: The Feminist Weapon of Choice to Silence Dissenters on Affirmative Consent – October 10

  282. Roz Galtz: Feminist Says No to California’s Yes-Means-Yes Law … Here’s Why – October 10

  283. Orange County Register: ‘Yes Means Yes’ Law Splits Democrats – October 9
  284. Wendy McElroy: Campus Act would Hurt Sons to ‘Save’ Daughters – October 9
  285. Meagan McArdle: Feminists, You Can’t Pick Your Battles – October 9
  286. Hans Bader: New York may Rob College Sex of “Fun and Spontaneity” through Proposed “Consent” Ordinance – October 9
  287. Eric Owens: Precious Snowflake At Jezebel Believes Only Women Can Be Crime Victims And It Must Be Rape – October 9
  288. Maggie Lit: Cornell Students Blame ‘Rape Culture’ on Capitalism and ‘Cisheteropatriarchy’ – October 9
  289. Susan Kruth: SUNY Board of Trustees Approves ‘Affirmative Consent’ Standard for Sex – October 8
  290. COTWA: Dear Gov. Cuomo – October 7
  291. Shikha Dalmia: California’s Sexual Consent Law Will Ruin Good Sex for Women – October 7
  292. SAVE: Campus Anti-Rape Efforts Go Silly – October 7
  293. Samuel Chi: Presumption of Innocence Is for Losers – October 7

  294. COTWA: The Next Time Someone Says “Only” Eight Percent of Rape Claims are False . . . – October 7
  295. Greg Piper: Affirmative-Consent Video Tutorial Tells Students To Act Without Consent – October 7
  296. Maggie Lit: New ‘Consent Porn’ Urges College Students Get Verbal Permission for Sex – October 7

  297. KC Johnson: Liberals Begin to Doubt the New Anti-Rape Laws – October 7

  298. Jonah Goldberg: Liberals Storm California’s Bedrooms – October 6
  299. Susan Kruth: Even Affirmative Consent Advocates Seem Confused About Affirmative Consent – October 6
  300. Jonathan Chait: California’s Radical College-Sex-Law Experiment – October 6
  301. Katie Grimes: Statists and Sex Puritans Redefine The Meaning Of ‘Yes’ – October 6
  302. Jennifer Moses: Campus Sexual Assault: What Ever Happened to Common Sense? – October 6
  303. Katie KiefferJerry Brown To Women: A Nod Means Undress Me – October 6
  304. Katherine TimpfFailure of the Feminist Word Police – October 6
  305. Jonathan Baer: Admins Express Concerns with Sexual Assault Bill – October 6
  306. Avi Snyder: Lawyers Teach Senators a Lesson in Due Process – October 6
  307. COTWA: Columbia University Marching Band’s New Policy Takes All Sexual Assault Accusations as Factual – October
  308. Naomi Schaefer Riley: ‘Active Consent’ is a Solution to an Exaggerated Problem – October 5
  309. Scott Greenfield: Going To The Mattresses, The Parental Strategy – October 5
  310. Wendy Murphy: California’s New “Yes Means Yes” Law is Insulting – October 3
  311. Peter Berkowitz: Lawsuit Casts Harsh Light on Due Process at Colgate – October 3
  312. Mona Charen: Feminist Lies about Sexual Assault – October 3
  313. Greg Piper: Sexual-Assault ‘Momentum’ Is Trampling Due Process, Lawyers Tell Senators – October 3
  314. Michael Cipriano: Nationwide, Campus Officials Govern How College Students Must Have Sex – October 2
  315. COTWA: The Triumph of Lunacy: University of Michigan’s “Sexual Violence” Policy – October 2
  316. Mark Perry: The Downward Trend in Sexual Assaults at the University of Michigan Doesn’t Support Frequent Claims of an ‘Epidemic’ – October 1
  317. Steven Nelson: California ‘Yes Means Yes’ Law Worries Skeptics – October 1
  318. Susan Kruth: It Doesn’t Matter What Your Reason Is for Not Having Sex — Unless You’re at Michigan – October 1

July 1 – September 30

  1. Kaitlyn Schallhorn: Students Pay for Controversial Title IX Sex Questionnaire – September 30
  2. Asche Schow: Young Californian Men Beware: You Could be Branded a Rapist – September 30
  3. KC Johnson: The Times Gets “Affirmative Consent” Wrong – September 30
  4. COTWA: Jezebel’s Callie Beusman Spins ‘Campus Rape’ More than the Tasmanian Devil – September 30
  5. Camille Paglia: The Modern Campus Cannot Comprehend Evil – September 29
  6. Michelle Goldberg: Questions About California’s New Campus Rape Law – September 29
  7. Joe Cohn: Legislative Rush on Campus Sexual Assault Threatens Student Rights – September 29
  8. Cynthia P Garrett: Fifty Shades of Grey vs. Campus Sexual Misconduct Policies – September 28
  9. Virginia Postrel: Frat Boys, Drunken Girls and Paternalism – September 27
  10. Rod Dreher: The Sexual Totalitarian Campus – September 27
  11. Katherine Timpf: ‘Withholding Sex’ Now Considered ‘Sexual Violence’ at U of M – September 26
  12. Susan Patton and Jonathan David Farley: Do the Math: Rape Stats Don’t Add Up – September 26
  13. COTWA: Students justify blog naming alleged rapists with the rhetoric of the lynch mobs at the hanging trees of the Old South – September 26
  14. Charlotte Allen: Date-Rape Nail Polish’—Mocked But Not So Foolish – September 25
  15. Gary Costanza: Not Happy with the Law? Make Up Your Own, Sulkowicz-style! – September 25
  1. Maggie Lit: Student is Victim of ‘Racist Rape Apologist’ Attack Fliers – September 23
  2. Susan Kruth: Reversing Course, Princeton’s Proposed Sexual Assault Policy Chips Away at Due Process – September 23
  3. Megan McArdle: California Accidentally Legalizes Campus Sex – September 23
  4. Maggie Lit: University Ad Tells Students to Blow Warning Whistle Before Committing Rape – September 22
  5. Jonah Goldberg: What ‘War on Women’? – September 22
  6. Hans Bader: Democrats Stop Blocking Bill to ID Rapists, But Keep Equating Consensual Sex with Rape – September 22
  7. Cathy Young: Crying Rape – September 21
  8. Kevin Williamson: The Rape Epidemic Is a Fiction – September 21
  9. Ashe Schow: White House Launches ‘It’s On Us’ Campaign to Combat Campus Sexual Assault – September 20
  10. Minding the Campus: A Promising Sign for Campus Due Process – September 19
  11. Megan McArdle: How Many Rape Reports Are False? – September 19
  12. Clemson Pulls Training Program That Asked Students About Sex Lives – September 19
  13. Lauren Clark: University Event Says Men can Prevent Rape Through Taco Runs – September 19
  14. Elizabeth Nolan Brown: Only YOU Can Prevent College Sexual Assaults, Say Obama and Biden – September 19
  15. Hans Bader: White House’s College Awareness Campaign Promotes Legal Myths – September 19
  16. Julius Kairey: Should California Redefine Campus Sexual Assault? – September 18
  17. COTWA: “Rape Culturists”: Zealots who Don’t Need Silly Things Like Facts – September 18
  18. Cathy Young: The CDC’s Rape Numbers Are Misleading – September 17
  19. KC Johnson: DePauw Punishment Halted in Sex Case – September 17
  20. Wall Street Journal: Presumed Guilty at Princeton – September 17
  21. Kaitlyn Schallhorn: Public University Required Students to Submit Sexual History or Face Disciplinary Action – September 17
  22. Batya Ungar-Sargon: ‘Affirmative Consent’ Is Bad for Women – September 16
  23. Mike Adams: Professors Must Defy Feds To Protect Victims – September 16
  24. Mickey Davis: California Rape Law Could Backfire – September 15
  25. Susan Kruth: Due Process Advocates Take Critical Look at How Colleges Are Dealing with Sexual Assault Allegations – September 15
  26. Peter Jacobs: Leaked Sexual-Assault Investigation Highlights The Latest Campus Debate – September 15
  27. Wendy Kaminer: Campus Rape and the Trouble With Affirmative Consent – September 15
  28. Eric Owens: UNC Radicals Issue Extreme Sexual Contact Fatwa – September 15
  29. COTWA: College Sex Tribunals are “Bizarre and Cruel” for the Presumptively Innocent – September 15
  30. Charlotte Allen: How to Get an “A” in Art at Columbia: Lug a Mattress Around Campus and Cry Rape – September 14
  31. Robby Soave: Ohio State: Students Must Agree on Why They Are Having Sex – September 12
  32. Hans Bader: Ohio State University Restricts Consensual Sex and Touching, Calling it Assault – September 12
  33. Debra J. Saunders: Who’s Afraid to Look Soft on Campus Rape? – September 11
  34. Hans Bader: UNC Meddles in Students’ Romantic Lives While Misstating What Consent Is – September 10
  35. KC Johnson: UNC, Princeton Join the Campus War on Due Process – 
  36. Velma Montoya: University of California Students Had Better Wise Up and Learn Their Constitutional Rights – September 9
  37. Robin Koerner: No Sex Please: We’re Californian – September 8

  38. KC Johnson: Rare Two-Sided Reporting on Campus Sex – September 8
  39. Marta Vucci: Sen. Mark Warner Pushes for Transparency in Higher Ed. – September 7
  40. Charlotte Allen: After iCloud Hack and ‘Anti-date-rape’ Nail Polish, Feminists Too Quick to Pull ‘Victim-Blaming’ Trigger – September 6
  41. Peter Berkowitz: U.S. Colleges’ Sexual Assault Crusade – September 5
  42. Susan Kruth: Office for Civil Rights to Investigate Title IX Claim by Brandeis Student Accused of Sexual Misconduct – September 5
  43. COTWA: It’s Orientation Season at College — And Time to Blame “Men” for Rape – September 5
  44. Scott H. Greenfield: Campus Rape Trials: The Deep Bias of the Empirical Scholar – September 4
  45. Ashe Schow: Campus Sexual Assault: The Only Crime Where Due Process is Shunned – September 4
  46. Justin Dillon & Matthew G. Kaiser: California Bill Won’t Solve Sexual Assault Problems on Campus – September 3
  47. Tovia Smith: Some Accused Of Sexual Assault On Campus Say System Works Against Them
  48. Gabriella MorrongielloFeminists Rage Over Suggestion that Alcohol Education can Help Curb Sexual Assault –  September 2
  49. Duke Chronicle Editorial Board: Reconsidering How We Try Sexual Assault – September 1
  50. Robin Wilson: Presumed Guilty – September 1
  51. Cathy Young: Campus Rape: The Problem with ‘Yes Means Yes’ – August 29
  52. Ian Tuttle: Feminists’ Failure on Rotherham – August 29
  53. Rick Moran: ‘Yes Means Yes’ Standard for Sexual Encounters in California Schools – August 29
  54. Leo Hohmann: Consenting to Sex Could Require a Text – August 29
  55. Charlotte Hays: California Moves Closer to Making “Yes Means Yes” Law – August 29
  56. Andrew Miltenberg: College Administrators Need Refresher Course in Due Process Under the Law – August 28
  57. KC Johnson: The Growing Sexual-Assault Investigations Industry – August 28
  58. Barbara Kay: Mothers against Fake Rape Seek to Turn the Tide of Drunken Allegations – August 27
  59. Robby Soave: It Was a Wild and Crazy Summer of Criminalizing Campus Sex – August 27
  60. Elizabeth Nolan Brown: When ‘Preventing Rape Promotes Rape,’ You’re Doing Feminism Wrong – August 26
  61. Hans Bader: The Frenzy Over “Rape Culture” Grows – August 25
  62. Tracy Frank: Nonprofit Supports Rights of Those Accused of Campus Sexual Assault – August 24
  63. Gordon Finley: The Denial of Due Process May Bankrupt Universities – August 24
  64. Asche Schow: Fallout from Campus Sexual Assault Hysteria: College Men Now Suspicious of Women – August 22
  65. Matt Lamb: New Startup Connects Students with a Lawyer the Minute They Get in Trouble – August 21
  66. Nick Anderson: Behind a Sexual Misconduct Case at Brandeis University: Questions on All Sides – August 20
  67. Asche Schow: Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand and the Cost of Sexual Assault on College Campuses – August 20
  68. Nick Anderson: Men Punished in Sexual Misconduct Cases on Colleges Campuses are Fighting Back – August 20
  69. Ron Collins: Young Men’s Guide to Campus Secessionism – August 20
  70. Robert Cubby: Calif. SB 967 and the Preponderance of the Evidence in Criminal Matters – August 19
  71. KC Johnson: Four Straight Legal Victories for Due Process – August 18
  72. Joseph Cohn: CT Campus Sexual Assault Bill Further Undermines Due Process – August 18
  73. Matt Lamb: Sexual-Assault Report: Yale Uses ‘Hearsay,’ ‘Scarlet Letter’ Against Accused – August 18
  74. NCFM – Carolinas: List of Legal Action Against Colleges for Due Process Violations Grows – August 18
  75. Emily Shire: Is UMass-Amherst Biased Against Male Students in Title IX Assault Cases? – August 18
  76. Las Vegas Review-Journal: Campus Sex Assault Bill Flattens Due Process – August 17
  77. Justin Dillon and Matt Kaiser: As You Were Saying…College ‘Courts’ Flunk Fairness Test – August 16
  78. Charlotte Hays: “Affirmative Consent” Laws Create More Confusion and Problems Than They Would Solve – August 15
  79. SAVE: NY Times Flops in Attempt to Rig the Campus Sexual Assault Debate – August 15
  80. Cynthia Garrett: Families Advocating for Campus Equality: Opposition to California SB 967 – August 14
  81. KC Johnson: Three GOP Senators Join the Crusade Against Due Process – August 14
  82. Edward Morrissey: Guilt by Accusation—How Colleges Deal with Campus Sex – August 14
  83. Asche Schow: Kelly Ayotte’s Spokeswoman Answers Questions About Campus Sexual Assault Bill – August 13
  84. Wendy McElroy: Devil’s in the Details of Campus Accountability and Safety Act – August 13
  85. Asche Schow: No, 1 in 5 Women Have Not Been Raped on College Campuses – August 13
  86. KC Johnson: The Times’ One-Sided “Debate” on Sex Hearings – August 13
  87. Kaitlyn Schallhorn: UNC System Campus Safety Group Recommends Removing Students from Sex Assault Hearings – August 13
  88. Samantha Harris: Law Enforcement Must Take the Lead in Campus Sexual Assault Cases – August 13
  89. Eric Owens: California Is About To Pass A Bizarre Law Making Sex A Legalistic Nightmare For College Males – August 13
  90. Washington Examiner: Obamacrats are Strangling Due Process Rights on Campus – August 12
  91. Maggie Lit: Univ. of Colorado Seeks Dismissal of Tenured Professor After He Called Alleged Sex Assault Victim ‘Promiscuous’ – August 12
  92. Kaitlyn Schallhorn: Professor: ‘Illegals at Border Have More Rights than College Students Accused of Rape’ – August 12
  93. Asche Schow: Backlash: College Men Challenge ‘Guilty Until Proven Innocent’ Standard for Sex Assault Cases – August 11
  94. Andrea Peyser: ‘Rape Culture’ Leads to Manhunts on Campus – August 11
  95. Dianna Thompson and Gordon Finley: ‘Affirmative Consent’ U – August 11
  96. James Alan Fox and Richard Moran: Sex Assault Surveys Not the Answer – August 10
  97. Michael Carl: Campus-Rape Bill Comes Under Heavy Fire – August 10
  98. A Voice for Male Students: The Campus Accountability and Safety Act (CASA): A Flawed Response to an Exaggerated Problem – August 9
  99. Jay Ambrose: Addressing College Issue Intelligently – August 8
  100. Matt Rocheleau: Ex-UMass Student Sues Over Expulsion in Sex Assault Case – August 8
  101. Caroline Kitchens: One-Sided Campus-Rape Bill  – August 7
  102. Charlotte Hays: CASA and the Presumption of Guilt – August 7
  103. Caroline Kitchens: Mothers for Due Process – August 7
  104. KC Johnson: How Yale Brands Innocent Males as Rapists – August 7
  105. Asche Schow: Four Better Ideas to Fight Campus Sexual Assault – August 6
  106. Hans Bader: Troubling Provision in Campus Accountability and Safety Act – August 6
  107. John Steele Gordon: The Repeal of Due Process on Campus – August 6
  108. Spencer Chase: New Sexual Assault Bills Possibly Better Than Nothing – August 5
  109. Charlotte Allen: Why Is Wesleyan Targeting Its Frats? – August 5
  110. Asche Schow: Two More Campus Sexual Assault Bills Introduced, Neither Addresses Due Process – August 5
  111. Asche Schow: Chuck Grassley’s Spokeswoman Responds to Questions on Campus Sexual Assault Bill – August 4
  112. Emily Jashinsky: Male Student Sues University, Accuses Gender Bias in Rape Case – August 4
  113. KC Johnson: A Depressing Year for Campus Due Process – August 3
  114. Michael Conzachi: The Current Push for Colleges to Investigate Allegations of Sexual Assault Can Hurt Valid Cases: A Law Enforcement Perspective – August 3
  115. Charlotte Hays: Some Takes on the Campus Accountability and Safety Act – August 1
  116. Greg Piper: Latest Sexual-Assault Bill: ‘Literally No Limit’ On College Fines For Violations – August 1
  117. Joseph Cohn: Third Campus Sexual Assault Bill Introduced in Congress: Still No Provisions Addressing Due Process  – August 1
  118. Diana Furchtgott-Roth: Bill to Address Fake Campus-Rape Epidemic Goes Too Far – August 1
  119. Amy Miller: Due Process for Accused Not a Priority in Campus Sexual Assault Reform Bill – August 1
  120. KC Johnson: Marco Rubio Doesn’t Care About Campus Due Process – August 1
  121. Joseph Cohn: Second Campus Sexual Assault Bill Introduced in Senate Yesterday – July 31
  122. Asche Schow: Marco Rubio Spokesman Answers Questions on Campus Sexual Assault Bill – July 31
  123. Kaitlyn SchallhornSexual Assault Course Now Mandatory at Oklahoma State – July 31
  124. KC Johnson: Campus ‘Due Process Has No Lobby’ – July 31
  125. COTWA: Bipartisan Senate Bill on Campus Sexual Assault Seeks to Ensure that Every Accusation is Tantamount to a Finding of Guilt – July 31
  126. FIRE: Statement on Campus Accountability and Safety Act – July 30
  127. National Association of Scholars: Letter to Lamar Alexander – July 30
  128. COTWA: Harvard Student Council VP: Harvard Needs its Own Definition of Consent, But Doesn’t Seem to Know What That Should Be – July 30
  129. KC Johnson: Campus Rape Activists Feud Among Themselves – July 30
  130. COTWA: University of Cincinnati Launches Witch Hunt Against Men – July 30
  131. Katie Baker: Meet The Sexual Assault Adviser Top U.S. Colleges Have On Speed Dial – July 28
  132. KC Johnson: Harvard Joins the Ivy League’s Race to the Bottom – July 28
  133. KC Johnson: HuffPost Gets It Wrong on a Campus Rape Case – July 24
  134. Jonathan Taylor: 10 Reasons False Rape Accusations are Common – July 22
  135. Stephanie Keaveney: University Conduct Boards Lack Training Standards for Student Members – July 22
  136. Jeremy Roebuck and Susan Snyder: College Backlash and a Difficult Balancing Act on Sex Assault – July 21
  137. KC Johnson: At Swarthmore, “A Very Low Bar” to Deem Students a Rapist – July 21
  138. COTWA: Female Title IX Complainant Supports Lawsuit of Male Ex-Classmate Who Claims School Denied Him Due Process – July 21
  139. Ben Boychuk: The “Affirmative Consent” Trap – July 18
  140. John Banzhaf: Illegals Crossing Border Have More Rights Than College Students Accused of Rape – July 18
  141. Charlotte Hays: What’s Wrong with College Rape Tribunals? – July 16
  142. Joseph Cohn: More Observers Question the Wisdom of Leaving Campus Sex Assault Adjudications to Administrators – July 16
  143. COTWA: Witch Hunt at Amhert – July 16
  144. KC Johnson: A One-Sided Conference On Sexual Assault – July 16
  145. Minding the Campus: A New Organization Aims to Restore Due Process on Campus – July 16
  146. Michael McKeon: Wells v. Xavier University: Investigating Campus Sexual Assaults and The Perils of Predetermination Under Title IX – July 16
  147. Robert D. Carle: The Trouble with Campus Rape Tribunals – July 14
  148. KC Johnson: The Times Muffles Another Campus Rape Case – July 14
  149. COTWA: Liberal Pundit is Branded a ‘Rape Denier’ for Daring to Question the One-in-Five Stat – July 14
  150. Heather MacDonald: Another College Gets the Times Treatment on Sexual Assault – July 14
  151. Will Creeley: Reviewing the Senate Subcommittee’s Report on Campus Sexual Assault Policies – July 14
  152. COTWA: McCaskill Sexual Assault Report Reveals Staggering Due Process Deficiencies – July 13
  153. Ben Boychuk: Don’t Combat ‘Rape Culture’ by Taking Away Rights – July 12
  154. Mona Charen: How to Fight Sexual Assault – July 11
  155. Eleanor Clift: Is the Campus Rape Crisis Overblown? – July 10
  156. COTWA: Sen. McCaskill’s Report on Campus Sexual Assault Reveals a Disturbing Bias Against the Accused – July 10
  157. John Banzhaf: Sen. McCaskill Would Indoctrinate Judges About “Rape Myths” – July 10
  158. KC Johnson: Claire McCaskill Declares War on Due Process – July 10
  159. COTWA: Feminist Professors Attempt to Prove Campus Rape is an Epidemic – July 8
  160. COTWA: If Your Son is Accused of Sexual Assault at Dartmouth, He Has Fewer Rights Than “Illegal” Aliens at Removal Hearings – July 7
  161. Susan Kruth: New York Times’ Misses Opportunity to Report on Campus Due Process Violations – July 7
  162. Bob Unruh: Campus-Assault Crackdown Provoking Expensive Backlash – July 6
  163. KC Johnson: New Data Refutes ‘Rape Culture’ Activists – July 3
  164. COTWA: Brett Sokolow: Many Students Accused of Sexual Misconduct are “getting much less of a fair shake than they used to” – July 3
  165. Ronald Bailey: Campus Rape Rate Below National Average? – July 3
  166. COTWA: California’s Much-Maligned Proposed “Affirmative Consent” Law is Amended in Ways that are Positive for the Accused – July 2
  167. Cathy Young: ‘Affirmative Consent’: The Sex Police on the Defensive – July 1

January 1 – June 30

  1. Prudence Paine: Rape Culture Theory Ensnares Innocent Men – June 30
  2. Mairead Mcardle: California ‘Affirmative Consent’ Sex Bill Imposes Low Legal Standard for Guilt – June 30
  3. Susan Kruth: Senators Ask Key Questions at Hearing on Campus Sexual Assault – June 30
  4. Harvey Mansfield: Feminism and Its Discontents: Rape Culture at Harvard – June 30
  5. Cathy Young: ‘Teach Men Not to Rape’: Turn off the Outrage Machine – June 29
  6. Scott Greenfield: So What’s Wrong with Chastity Belts Anyway? – June 29
  7. Ross Douthat: Stopping Campus Rape – June 28
  8. Matt Rocheleau: College Students Fight Sexual Assault Accusations – June 27
  9. KC Johnson: College Attorneys Face the War on Due Process – June 27
  10. Stephanie Wang: Panel: Campus Rape Epidemic May Be Overblown – June 27
  11. John Banzhaf: Still Another Date-Rape Accused Wins With Legal Action – June 27
  12. Hans Bader: Senator McCaskill and Obama Administration Bureaucrats: Most Americans are Rapists – June 26
  13. Mark Perry: Do We Really Have a Campus Sexual Assault ‘Epidemic’? – June 26
  14. Susan Kruth: College and University Lawyers Struggle with Federal Guidance on Sexual Assault – June 26
  15. American Council on Education: Letter to Senators Harkin and Alexander – June 25
  16. American Council for Trustees and Alumni: Statement of the American Council of Trustees and Alumni – June 25
  17. Eric Kelderman: College Lawyers Confront a Thicket of Rules on Sexual Assault – June 25
  18. Susan Kruth: Senators McCaskill and Blumenthal Lead Third Roundtable on Campus Sexual Assault – June 25
  19. KC Johnson: A Slippery Definition of Rape Is Likely at Top Schools – June 24
  20. COTWA: Economist: The Government’s One-in-Five Number Doesn’t Add Up – June 24
  21. David Bernstein: Here’s How the Smear Machine Works–Courtesy of Michelle Dean and Gawker – June 24
  22. Hans Bader: McCaskill Endorses Loopy Version of Sexual Consent – June 24
  23. Charlotte Hays: Big Sisterism in the Bedroom? – June 24
  24. Charlotte Allen: “But Rape Culture!” Lame Excuses for California’s “Affirmative Consent” Bill on Campus Sex – June 23
  25. Rage Against the Outrage Machine – June 23
  26. Mark Perry: More on the White House Claims about Campus Sexual Assault – June 23
  27. Susan Kruth: United Educators’ Statistics Show Strong Claims from Accused Students – June 23
  28. Blake Thorne: UM-Flint Economist Crunched the Numbers that Got Columnist George Will in Hot Water over Column on Campus Sexual Assaults – June 23
  29. Charlotte Hays: Harvey Mansfield on the “Rape Culture” at Harvard – June 23
  30. David Bernstein: YOU are a rapist; yes YOU! – June 23
  31. Michelle Goldberg: Why the Campus Rape Crisis Confounds Colleges – June 23
  32. Andrew Klavan: Caught Lying by George Will, the Left Lies About George Will! – June 22
  33. Cathy Young: California’s Absurd Intervention Over Dorm Room Sex – June 22
  34. Fiddling Sociologist: Title IX Profiteers – June 22
  35. COTWA: Brett Sokolow: Some Colleges “have let the pendulum swing too far in the wrong direction” – June 20
  36. COTWA: Occidental College Professor Ratchets up the Hostility to College Men Accused of Sex Offenses – June 20
  37. Noah Rothman: George Will: ‘I take sexual assault more seriously’ than those trying to silence me – June 20
  38. Steven Greenhut: Do College Students Really Need a Law to Say No to Sex? – June 20
  39. Susan Kruth: Occidental Belatedly Attempts to Seal Case Documents—and Fails  – June 19
  40. Peter Wood: Questioning the Data on Sexual Assault – June 19
  41. David Bernstein: (Mis)reading George Will – June 19
  42. Robby Soave: George Will Was Right: Victimhood Undeniably Confers Privilege on Campuses – June 19
  43. Charlotte Hays: St. Louis Post-Dispatch to George Will: Shut Up! – June 19
  44. William Jacobson: St. Louis Post-Dispatch Dumps George Will for Speaking Uncomfortably about Campus Victimhood – June 19
  45. Robby Soave: Can Someone Just Invent an ‘I Consent to Sex’ iPhone App Already? – June 18
  46. KC Johnson: If She Had Drinks, You May Be a Rapist – June 18
  47. Spencer Case: Should Guilt and Innocence Matter On Campus? – June 16
  48. KC Johnson: Not So Credible Analysts of Campus Rape – June 16
  49. Jazz Shaw: Dem Senators Bring Verbal Pen-knife to Verbal Gunfight with George Will – June 15
  50. Bob Unruh: You Won’t Believe New Campus Rules on ‘Rape’ – June 15
  51. Cathy Young: The Brown Case: Does It Still Look Like Rape? – June 15
  52. Steve Greenhut: California Bill Would Reach into College Students’ Bedrooms – June 15
  53. George Will: George Will Responds to Senators on his Sexual Assault Column – June 13
  54. Tovia Smith: A Campus Dilemma: Sure, ‘No’ Means ‘No,’ But Exactly What Means ‘Yes’? – June 13
  55. Stan Sinberg: Bill Proposes to Make College Students Resent Lawyers – June 13
  56. Charlotte Hays: Latest Bogus Figure: 51 Percent Surge in Sex Crimes on Campus – June 13
  57. Caroline Kitchens: Are Campus Sex Crimes on the Rise? – June 13
  58. Steve Greenhut: Sign Here Before We Go Beyond Kissing – June 13
  59. Robin Wilson: Opening New Front in Campus-Rape Debate, Brown Student Tells Education Dept. His Side – June 12
  60. Heather Wilhem: Feminists and Their Daddy Issues – June 12
  61. COTWA: Affirmative Consent Co-Author: “Your guess is as good as mine.” – June 12
  62. Walter Olson: A Presumption of Guilt in Sexual Assault Cases – June 11
  63. Joanna Williams: Female Students Shouldn’t Play the Victim Card – June 11
  64. Andrew Johnson: Will’s Bout with Feminists – June 11
  65. Daniel Drezner: There are Actual Tradeoffs Involved in Addressing Sexual Assaults in College – June 11
  66. Mark Tapson: Miss USA’s Self-Defense Empowerment – June 10
  67. Sandy Banks: Campuses Must Distinguish Between Assault and Youthful Bad Judgment – June 9
  68. Cathy Young: California Bill Brings Government Into the Bedroom – June 9
  69. Charlotte Hays: George Will on the Administration’s Suspect Campus Sexual Assault Statistic – June 9
  70. KC Johnson: Warning: Try Not to Have Sex at Stanford – June 9
  71. Cathy Young: Brown University Student Speaks Out on What It’s Like to Be Accused of Rape – June 8
  72. Josh Dulaney: Students Question ‘Affirmative Consent’ Bill Designed to Combat Sexual Assaults – June 8
  73. George Will: The Fruits of Progressivism – June 7
  74. Teresa Watanabe: More College Men are Fighting Back Against Sexual Misconduct Cases – June 7
  75. Joshua Rhett Miller: Good Grades, Good Home Gets College Student Profiled as Rapist, Claims Lawsuit – June 6
  76. Glenn Ricketts: Sexual Assault on College Campuses: A Compendium of Key Sources – June 6
  77. KC Johnson: Occidental and the “Rape Culture” Hysteria – June 6
  78. George Mathis: College Sex may Require Formal Consent – June 5
  79. Brandon Camhi: Don’t Rush to Embrace Mandatory Expulsion Until All Rights Protected – June 5
  80. FIRE: Sexual Assault Injustice at Occidental: College Railroads Accused Student  – June 4
  81. COTWA: Stanford Grad Students Want Men Accused of Rape Kicked off Campus Altogether While the School’s Investigation Drags on for Months – June 4
  82. Tyler Kingkade: Students Expelled For Sexual Assault Turning To Lawsuits To Regain Diplomas – June 4
  83. Brendan Malone: How Not to Solve the Problem of Rape Culture – June 4
  84. FIRE: A Closer Look at Senator McCaskill’s Second Roundtable on Campus Sexual Assault – June 4
  85. KC Johnson: Duke’s “Independent Investigator” Erodes Due Process – June 3
  86. Blake Neff: Activists Raise Alarm About California Sex Assault Bill – June 2
  87. Jacob Gershman: Judge Blocks Expulsion of Duke Student Accused of Sexual Misconduct – June 2
  88. COTWA: University of Oregon Senate Lowered the Standard to “Preponderance of the Evidence,” But Some Didn’t Understand What That Means – June 2
  89. Samantha Harris: California ‘Affirmative Consent’ Bill Puts Colleges in Untenable Position – June 2
  90. Amy Otto: What The White House Said About Sexual Assault And Why They’re Wrong – June 1
  91. AJ Delgado: What Happens When You Challenge ‘Rape Culture’ Orthodoxy – May 30
  92. Joe Cohn: NCHERM’s Open Letter on Campus Sexual Assault Reveals Common Ground – May 30
  93. KC Johnson: Duke, Grossly Unfair Again, Is Back in Court – May 29
  94. COTWA: Commentary on the NCHERM ‘Open Letter to Higher Education about Sexual Violence’ – May 29
  95. KC Johnson: Second Thoughts Among Foes of Due Process? – May 28
  96. COTWA: Does Sen. McCaskill Acknowledge the Need for Due Process in Efforts to Curb Campus Sexual Violence? – May 28
  97. Brett Sokolow: An Open Letter to Higher Education about Sexual Violence – May 27
  98. FIRE: College Risk Management Lawyers Call Out FIRE (Without Doing Their Homework) – May 27
  99. Cathy Young: Another Side to the Campus Sexual-Assault Mess – May 26
  100. Susan Kruth: Court Allows Suit by Expelled Saint Joseph’s Student to Proceed – May 22
  101. KC Johnson: Here Come the Lawsuits over Sex Hearings: Accused Males Take on Columbia and Drew – May 22
  102. Scott Greenfield: When Drunk Becomes Rape (Because Some Profs Say So) – May 21
  103. Hans Bader: Punishment First, Trial Later, or Never: The Education Department’s Investigation of Tufts University – May 21
  104. Minding the Campus: Combatting Mainstream Silence on Campus Star Chambers – May 21
  105. Charlotte Hays: Presumed Guilty Is the New Standard Where Sex Is Concerned – May 20
  106. Anna Windemuth: At Columbia, Suit Alleges Sexual Assault Investigation Discriminated Against Male Student – May 19
  107. Hans Bader: On Colleges and Evidence Standards – May 19
  108. KC Johnson: More on Vassar’s Rigged Sex Hearing – May 19
  109. John Banzhaf: Students Accused of Rape Can Fight Back: Court OKs Suits Against University, Employees, and Female – May 19
  110. AJ Delgado: Crying Rape – May 19
  111. William Jacobson: Suspended Columbia Athlete Files Federal Lawsuit over Campus Sexual Assault Conviction – May 19
  112. Mark Perry: Before Declaring a ‘Rape Epidemic,’ has Anybody Checked the Actual Data? Apparently Not. – May 17
  113. Daily Caller: Obama Administration’s Sexual-Assault Tribunals Are Hysterical Witch Hunts Against Men – May 16
  114. Jonathan Taylor: Vigilante Rape Hysteria at Columbia University – May 16
  115. KC Johnson:  A Win for an Accused Male at St. Joe’s – May 16
  116. Christina Hoff Sommers: Rape Culture is a ‘Panic Where Paranoia, Censorship, and False Accusations Flourish’ – May 15
  117. Community of the Wrongly Accused: Shocking Injustice at Columbia University: A Student is Fired from the School Blog on the Basis of an Unfounded Accusation – May 15
  118. Matthew Kaiser: Some Rules About Consent Are ‘Unfair to Male Students’ – May 15
  119. Nikita Chirov: Eshan Jayamanne Exclusive Interview; Response to Criticism  – May 15
  120. Jeb Rubenfeld: Overbroad Definitions of Sexual Assault are Deeply Counter-Productive’ – May 15
  121. Diane Dietz: Rights Complaint Slams UO – May 14
  122. Derek Draplin: U-M Sued Over Questionable Investigation of “Sexual Misconduct” – May 14
  123. Cathy Young: Colleges Can’t Play Cop in Sexual Assault Investigations – May 14
  124. Peter Wood: The White House War on Men – May 14
  125. Community of the Wrongly Accused: Sandra Fluke Wants to Further Erode Your Son’s Rights on Campus – May 14
  126. KC Johnson: The Times’ Shoddy Reporting on Campus Rape – May 13
  127. Caroline Kitchens: Overreaching on Campus Rape – May 13
  128. Los Angeles Times Editorial Board: How to Deal with the Campus Sexual Assault Crisis – May 13
  129. Nikita Chirkov: Trinity University Student Kicked Out of School and Deported after Shady Sexual Assault Procedures – May 13
  130. Wall Street Journal Letters to the Editor: On Fairly Adjudicating College Sexual-Assault Charges – May 12
  131. Thomas Sowell: Politically Correct Campus Lynch Mobs – May 12
  132. Gordon Finley: Sex: The New War on Men – May 12
  133. KC Johnson: A Bizarre Report on Campus Rape – May 11
  134. Mark Perry: Only 1 in 36 Women at Ohio State are Sexually Assaulted, Not 1 in 5 – May 9
  135. Samantha Harris: Sexual-Assault Task-Force Folly – May 8
  136. Kathleen A. Bogle and Anne M. Coughlin: The Missing Key to Fighting Sexual Assault on Campus – May 8
  137. Heather McDonald: The Obama Administration’s Deserving Victims – May 8
  138. Froma Harrop: Victims of Campus Rape Should be Dialing 911 – May 8
  139. Liz Peek: How College Sex Became Obama’s War on Men – May 7
  140. Daniel Henninger: Creating a Federal Hunting License – May 7
  141. Cathy Young: The White House’s Report on Campus Sexual Assault Relies on the Lowest Common Denominator – May 6
  142. Naomi Riley: The Real Rx for Campus Rape — Give Up on Liberal ‘Answers’ – May 6
  143. Charlotte Hays: About the White House’s Sexual Assault Statistics… – May 6
  144. USA Today Editorial Board: College Rape Tribunals Fail Students – May 6
  145. Community of the Wrongly Accused: Yes, Department of Education, Colleges Routinely Mishandle Sexual Assault Claims, But Not in the Way You Think – May 6
  146. Will Creeley: Concern Grows over White House Task Force’s Recommendations – May 6
  147. Abby Schachter: Rape and Justice: Why Shoddy Numbers are to be Avoided – May 6
  148. Samantha Harris: One in Five? The White House’s Questionable Sexual Assault Data – May 5
  149. Megan McArdle: Rape on Campus Belongs in the Courts – May 5
  150. Wendy Kaminer: Victimizing the Accused? Obama’s Campus Sexual Assault Guidelines Raise Concerns – May 5
  151. Matt Kaiser and Justin Dillon: The White House Flunks a Test on Sexual Assault – May 5
  152. Cathy Reinsenwitz: How Government Created the Campus Rape Crisis – May 3
  153. KC Johnson: 55 Schools the Feds will Investigate – May 2
  154. Glenn Kessler (Washington Post Fact Checker): One in Five Women in College Sexually Assaulted: The Source of this Statistic – May 1
  155. Robert Shibley: Due Process, Clarity Suffer As Feds Tackle Campus Sexual Assault – May 1
  156. Charlotte Hays: More on the White House’s Bogus Rape Statistic – May 1
  157. Mark Perry: More on the White House Claim that 1 in 5 Women are Sexually Assaulted While in College – April 30
  158. Hans Bader: Obama Administration Attacks Cross-Examination and Due Process Rights in Campus Guidance – April 30
  159. Mark Perry: How About a ‘Renewed Call’ for the WH to Stop Spreading False Campus Sexual Assault Information? – April 29
  160. KC Johnson: The White House Joins the War on Men – April 29
  161. Robby Soave: WH Report On Sexual Assault Gets Major Facts Wrong, Threatens Freedom – April 29
  162. Charlotte Hays: “Advocacy Research” Has Produced Bogus Statistics on Campus Sexual Violence – April 29
  163. Jonathan Taylor: Brett Sokolow to Education Administrators: Stop Punishing Men for Consensual Drunk Sex – April 29
  164. Foundation for Individual Rights in Education: FIRE Responds to White House Task Force Report on Campus Sexual Assault – April 29
  165. Timothy Phelps: Guidelines to Curb Campus Sexual Assaults Raise Concerns for Accused – April 29
  166. James Taranto: The Other Side of Title IX – April 28
  167. Sandy Hingston: Rape, Rape-Rape and Sexual Assault at Colleges – April 28
  168. KC Johnson: Fighting Rape by Treating Due Process as an Alien Concept – April 25
  169. Brett Sokolow: Sex and Booze – April 24
  170. Bob Unruh: Cry Rape? Not Enough for Campus Convictions – April 3
  171. KC Johnson: A Partial Victory for Due Process on Campus – April 3
  172. Caroline Kitchens: It’s Time to End ‘Rape Culture’ Hysteria – March 20
  173. KC Johnson: ‘Rape Culture’ Fraud — Unmasking a Delusion – March 18
  174. Bob Unruh: College Facing Trial for Branding Innocent Student ‘Rapist’ – March 14
  175. KC Johnson: A First — Accused of Rape, Xavier Student Wins a Round in Federal Court – March 13
  176. Wendy McElroy: Making Men Rapists – March 12
  177. Suzanne Venker: College Men Aren’t Closet Rapists – March 7
  178. KC Johnson: Task Force Comment – March 4
  179. Barbara Kay: Rape Culture and the Delusions of the Feminist Mind – February 28
  180. Bob Unruh: Feds Want Campus Sex Convictions Made Easier – February 24
  181. Rape, Abuse, and Incest National Network: Recommendations to the White House Task Force – February 28
  182. KC Johnson: A Deceptive California Bill on Campus Rape – February 16
  183. William Jacobson: Is Dartmouth Now a Due Process Danger Zone for Men? – February 15
  184. KC Johnson: The Misguided Campaign to Protect Women – February 9
  185. Susan Kruth: Poll Reveals Distrust of Colleges’ Handling of Sexual Misconduct Complaints – February 7
  186. Cathy Young: Criminal Law and the Moral Panic on Campus Rape – January 28
  187. Suzanne Venker: Memo to VP Biden: Male Rapists are Not Lurking on Every Campus Corner – January 27
  188. Katherine Connell: Twisting Sexual Assault Statistics – January 24
  189. Cathy Young: The White House Overreaches on Campus Rape – January 23
  190. KC Johnson: Newsweek, California, and Campus Rape Tribunals – January 9