Stanford Teaches Female Freshmen to 'Drink Responsibly'. Feminists Protest as 'SEXISM!'
So, Stanford's created a web-page warning incoming female freshman about the dangers of binge drinking. You know, like a responsible college would do. A nontroversy if we've ever seen one, right?
The website, called “Female Bodies and Alcohol,” was part of a new effort by Stanford to address what feminists call the “rampant” sexual violence on campus. The effort included banning large containers of booze, and what administrators thought was a helpful treatise on the effects of large quantities of alcohol on the human body.
According to the site, which is now only available in screenshots, women need to be more careful than men when consuming alcohol. “A woman will get drunk faster than a man consuming the same amount of alcohol,” the website said. “Optimize the positive effects of alcohol and avoid negative consequences.”
The site also warned women that appearing drunk might make them easier targets for sexual predators: “Research tells us that women who are seen drinking alcohol are perceived to be more sexually available than they may actually be,” it read. “Individuals who are even a little intoxicated are more likely to be victimized than those who are not drinking.”Sadly .@stanford appears to agree with #BrockTurner that "alcohol" and "party culture" are to blame for his conduct. https://t.co/A9jw82KjsJ— Michele Dauber (@Michele Dauber)1471891928.0'@Stanford You have taken victim- blaming to whole new level w/ Female Body and Alcohol content. RAPISTS CAUSE RAPE. Period. Shameful!— JD Tweets (@JD Tweets)1472049972.0
First of all, to the "teach men not to rape" crowd... we already do. Just as we teach men not to kill, steal, or jaywalk. Rape is already a serious crime. Thus it already receives a very serious punishment.
Men don't need to be taught not to commit serious crimes, and those who do... are be punished severely for it. Starting to get it? The fact is that feminists are the ones not treating rape like a serious crime, but that's a post for a different time.
The most dangerous part in all of this? There are some people who have decided that encouraging women to be safe and take precautions is "sexist". Guess what that does? Ironically, it makes women far less safe.
Suggesting girls not binge drink? Sexist.
Suggesting you not go out alone, or use the buddy system? Sexist.
Suggesting some college boys can hold their alcohol better because science (boys have more body and muscle mass)? To the reeducation camps with you!
Are you starting to get it? SJWs and feminists are the ones causing our daughters to be less safe.