The story of Emma Sulkowicz, the infamous Columbia University “Mattress Girl,” has been well covered. Actually, not all that well covered. News reports have a habit of not bringing up all parts of her story that have been called into question. How called into question? The guy denies it. There’s a lawsuit. The family of the accused is speaking out.
Our son’s graduation should have been a joyous moment for our whole family. We are extremely proud of Paul for graduating, even more so because of the harassment campaign he was subjected to. For over two years, he had to fight false accusations and a public witch-hunt, even though Columbia and the NYPD exonerated him.
For the first time in a long time, the victims of false rape allegations are standing up to the feminist bully pulpit. These posters have started popping up around the campus, referencing the show “Pretty Little Liars.” Feminists are outraged.
Feminists are outraged. Completely unconcerned with the fact that a man may have his life completely ruined by an utterly false accusation, feminists are still attempting to claim victim status. Micro-aggression and all. Of course, facts don’t matter as long as liberals think they can force an agenda. In an ideology where publicity stunts matter more than actual change, Sandra Fluke is old and busted while that Emma Sulkowicz… she’s so hot right now. This is the new ‘feminism‘.
With this in mind, if you really care about women, shouldn’t your first priority be locking this army of perpetrators—male monsters, apparently still on the loose, ready to assault other women—in the clink? Shouldn’t item one on the feminist agenda involve encouraging women to officially report sex crimes, seek some real justice, and stop the alleged madness?
Alas, in the world of today’s feminism, hand wringing is 80 percent of the fun.
Classic feminists fought for the right to vote. Modern feminist fight for people to pay attention to them on social media.
This is the new ‘feminism’.