on just how the SJBs have trashed the idea of liberalism. Even notes that by writing this critique, the SJBs will go after him for being guilty of all the -isms and -phobias, etc.
And this is the kind of crap that A: has lots of guys dropping out, and B: causes lots of people to distrust the media, C: Causes lots more people to see the SJBs as what they are.
In March, Reuters reached out to me about the most recent study and my quotes were picked up by numerous other media sources.
The camera crew wanted me to identify some reasons why I thought
Millennials might be choosing to have less sex. I immediately thought of
my clients, three young men who each separately had told me earlier in
the year that they were terrified of casually hooking up due to fears of
false rape accusations and confusion regarding policies such as affirmative consent.
From the reactions of the crew, I could tell right away that I was
telling them something they didn’t want to hear. They all looked at each
other anxiously and the producer continuously tried to steer me away
from the perspective I was sharing of my clients’ experiences and onto
some vague narrative about technology, video games, and porn. But
unfortunately, the lived experiences of my clients don’t necessarily
easily match up with forced narratives created in some media news room.
When the video was released online, all comments I had made about the
effects of rape culture hysteria on actual hookups were removed, and
instead it appeared like I was mindlessly chiming in with all the
experts about all the horrible dangers of being “addicted” to Facebook
likes. No substantive discussion about the real worries and concerns
that young people actually have about hooking up. Only bewildered head
shakes about why on earth young people would not want to socialize with
their peers in real life. Must be the technology. Rape culture hysteria,
well that’s only something actual rapists would be concerned about. Any
large-scale trend typically has many contributing factors, so I’m not
advocating for a reductionist position, but why not include these
concerns as part of the discussion?
In a major victory in the ongoing Lois Lerner scandal at the IRS,
non-profit election integrity organization True the Vote defeated an IRS motion to quash discovery in True the Vote v. IRS. The ruling
means that everyone involved in the scandal could be compelled to submit
every document related to the case and be deposed by True the Vote's
Good. Now if the judge will start throwing IRS clown in cells when they cause problems, we might get somewhere.
How about telling the EffingBI "Start answering the questions, or go to jail for contempt" ?