A sexually exploitative banner hung briefly outside a Wichita State University fraternity, prompting a pre-DeVos Title IX investigation into this vicious textual assault.

According to The College Fix, the vice president of student affairs, Teri Hall, explained, “The reason that it was ‘inappropriate’ was because it was hung on the side of the house facing sorority recruitment,” although no specific university policy was cited regarding which faces of a building are acceptable places to hang an invitation. The wording of the sign being entirely devoid of anything sexual, or any reference to either gender, didn’t stop university officials from investigating the sharpie-scrawled bed sheet as some sort of sex crime, based on Obama-era Title IX guidance, despite Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos now working to bring Title IX enforcement back into compliance with both established U.S. law, as well as international laws regarding Universal Human Rights, including the right to due process.

In this case, we do at least have indisputable facts, which is more than many campus investigations have access to:

  1. Fraternity members hung a poorly-written banner that said, “new members free house tours.”
  2. The banner was hung on the side of the building that sorority pledges would be able to see.

That should conclude the investigation, of course, as no reasonable person could possibly construe that as any sort of assault or harassment. If mingling of the sexes at university has become so controversial that this is worthy of investigation, the self-segregation of “safe spaces” will almost certainly expand into wider implementation of a policy we more or less all decided was a bad idea; Separate but equal.

Under Obama, the Title IX enforcement guidance removed the presumption of innocence, and granted educational institutions authority to undertake extrajudicial criminal investigations, as well as issue punishments without the oversight of judge or jury. A recent study shows that these directives have created an overwhelming prevalence of human rights violations on campuses across the country. The presumption of innocence is intended to protect the falsely accused, who, in these cases, are almost invariably males.

Despite how high profile some of the rape hoaxes become, it never seems to be enough to justify giving further thought to how we might protect innocent people from false accusations. Betsy DeVos’ efforts to re-establish the fundamental rights of American citizens (as well as foreign nationals studying at American Universities) have been met with disdain from much of the left, since, as above, most of the accused are white men, and might have supported Trump, and are therefore not deserving of the same protections they claim should be afforded to every human.

One particular irony of this story is that the purported “victims” are students preparing to participate in Pledge Week for the neighboring sorority. It’s well established that pledging to a sorority is often fraught with incredibly dangerous, dehumanizing, and often “horrific” abuse from the existing members, who are, of course, female. To date, no study has established the physical dangers posed by dirty bedclothes being hung on a building.

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  • Russ Peck

    Universities are for Losers

    • Rusty Esq

      I know you’re saying that flippantly. However, without rational discourse and discipline in education, the chance of a society to sustain itself is significantly reduced (and that applied in the time of the ancient Greeks too).

      I hope you can understand this. The problem isn’t the idea of universities, it’s what they’ve become. They’ve been hijacked by people with an anti-science and anti-logic agenda. These people have then infiltrated media (news, movies, etc). Society will get to a point where truth has no value (eg. Like the media is today). When society reaches a tipping point that most people ignore fact over feeling, the system collapses.

      Universities are needed. It’s simply that what we’ve got aren’t universities anymore. They are being aptly described as daycare centres, but they should also be labelled “indoctrination centres”. Without universities, we’re screwed.

  • Donald Trump- Boukouvalas

    So, anyone had taken a free tour or not?

  • 0__o

    If I owned a fortune 500 company, I wouldn’t hire a single dolt coming out of these universities. Bunch of fucking idiots.

    • Jesse James

      Good luck with that. This is the lobbying effort of trial attorneys, not just feminists. Feminists, morons that they are, promote big government. So all the actors of big government give them whatever they want, as long as they keep the calls for more safe spaces and security coming.

    • Steve O

      What’s scary is that our nation’s intelligence agencies recruit EXCLUSIVELY from such schools.

      • Carey J

        Which highlights the difference between intelligence agencies and intelligent agencies.

        • Steve O

          Well, it’s intelligent if your goal is to turn the nation’s intelligence agencies into an arm of one particular political party.

    • GTKRWN

      If you owned a company the most important hire you can make is your HR director. Gay jewish trannies control who gets hired in companies like Google. All those HR positions that companies thought were a “harmless” palace to stick the liberal arts degrees… back to bite them in the dick.

      • CORMAC___NJ

        Companies that actually have to compete can’t afford to make HR decisions based on political correctness.

  • Freedom?

    Look at how weak.

  • Steve O

    Well, I think we need to consider that university officials have a handle on what their student body can handle, and what sorts of things will lead to counseling. If they say that a bedsheet offering a free tour is beyond what their students can handle, then I’d take them at their word.

    Especially if I was an on-campus recruiter.

    • Bobby GoNoles

      If students can’t handle that then they need to go back home and finish growing up. Sorry Steve-O if you think that is something that students couldn’t handle then you are part of the problem.

      • Steve O

        Well, I was being a little bit sarcastic there.

        But if a university is openly saying that their student body is a bunch of whiny little snowflakes who can’t handle a bedsheet advertising free tours of a frathouse, then I wouldn’t send my HR team there to do any recruiting.

        • Rusty Esq

          I got it Steve-o. It was a bit subtle, which made it even funnier for me.

          Yep, any student too fragile for rational discourse needs to get a job at Burger King. Negotiating with customers will teach them a thing or two.

  • I depend mostly on laborers, technicians and mechanics in daily life and none of them have a university degree, nor need it.

  • Pat Patrix

    People have become such pussies.

  • Hairatic Rick

    I can see why that was triggering, it shows that some students know their ABCs . ????

  • CORMAC___NJ

    Go ahead. Send your kids to college. They will come back dumber (statistically-proven. IQ’s are lower for recent college grads than for similar 1st year students), more spoiled, and offended by anything and everything. Or, to sum it up, “unemployable.”

  • The Mukeinator

    Its sad but they way things are going segregatipn of the sexes seems almost inevitable.