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Moving the Conversation #BeyondConsent at
The Catholic University of America

by Brooke Paris The Catholic University of America hosts a number of events on campus during the first few months of school that talk about sex. Here are just a few: “Real World,” a skit put on during orientation; “Bystander … Continue reading »

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Inviting Big Sean = Big Mistake

By Zach Horton With so much attention devoted in recent years to the major problem of sexual assault on college campuses, it’s astonishing that Princeton would invite rapper Big Sean to perform on University dime.  Given Big Sean’s outrageously degrading … Continue reading »

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UVA’s Assault Problem: Looking through the lens of culture

by Chaney Mullins Although Rolling Stone has retracted its article about UVA Campus Rape, most commentators still rightly recognize that sexual assault is a real problem and still seek to find real solutions. There are many important avenues to consider, … Continue reading »

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The Degradation of Dignity by Peter Blair

In 2009, I published an article in my college’s newspaper in which I pointed out that the prevalence of casual, uncommitted sex on our campus fosters the kinds of attitudes that make sexual assault a reality in many students’ lives. … Continue reading »

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"Take Back the Slut?" by Cassandra Hough

Should assault perpetrators be held responsible for their actions and should we put greater effort into educating about the seriousness of sexual assault? Most definitely. SlutWalk protestors are justified in demanding this. But before they take back the term “slut”, they should ask themselves if they really want to and what messages they send by embracing the name and the messages that come along with it.

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