college sex gets you expelled


from MyNewsLA

"An Occidental College student who was expelled after being found in violation of school policy for having sex with a 17-year-old female classmate when he was a freshman sued the Eagle Rock campus Tuesday, alleging gender bias.

The suit states that on Sept. 8, 2013, John Doe’s accuser sought him out in his dormitory room and told him that she wanted to have sex with him. She left, but returned to his room, and they had sex, according to the complaint.

Published reports stated that an attorney hired by Occidental to investigate the matter concluded that the female student did indeed consent to sex, but that because she was intoxicated, her consent was invalid.

“Even though Jane Doe initiated sexual activity with John Doe, Occidental ultimately and unlawfully expelled John Doe from Occidental,” the suit alleges.

In December 2013, John Doe was found to have violated Occidental’s sexual misconduct policy by engaging in a sexual assault and non-consensual contact with Jane Doe, according to his court papers."



Hey, wait a minute. I am not a lawyer. I believe the legal drinking age in California is 21, so why wasn't the drunk 17-year-old college female arrested for breaking the law? Instead, when she initiated sex with a boy, he gets expelled and she doesn't? He gets expelled for breaking "college rules" and she doesn't get arrested or expelled for breaking the law? And this makes sense to the college officials?

If an attractive legal-age-for-sex female invites me to have sex with her, and I'm a 17-year-old male, I don't think, I say "YES".






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