When sexual assault data doesn't back feminist claims, data must be wrong. Aka "Sex assault reports on Canadian campuses too low, say experts"

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February 9, 2015

Feminist groups in universities in Canada just CANNOT accept any concept that their message message isn't backed up by data. If data doesn't support their claims, THE DATA MUST BE WRONG! Urgh.... Why is this kind of unscientific approach even tolerated in academic communities.

I kid you not. Here are some quotes of the article below.


Overall, experts say the number of sexual assaults reported to Canadian post-secondary schools is surprisingly low, and an indication that they are doing a poor job of encouraging students to come forward.

I find [the numbers] laughingly low," says Lee Lakeman with the Vancouver Rape Relief and Women’s Shelter and a leading voice on the issue of violence against women.

It’s just not that possible that they're that low. I can get more reports of sexual assault by walking across the street on a campus [and asking students directly].

"As a parent or a prospective student I might want to say, ‘What are you doing about sexual assault? What are you doing about prevention? What is your policy?’" says Charlene Senn, a professor at the University of Windsor who studies violence against women on university campuses.

"[A higher number of reported assaults] may well be because they have more supportive services, so I would want to know that. But if there is an absence of those services, then likely that relatively higher rate is something to be concerned about."

So basically, if the numbers are low, this is BAD. But if the numbers are high, this is also BAD. Bad men, bad.

A recent student survey at the University of Ottawa shed some some light on the actual rates of sexual assault at a major Canadian university.

It shows as many as 44 percent of female students experienced some form of sexual violence or unwanted sexual touching while attending the university.

Yet the CBC News survey shows that over the course of five years, only 10 students reported an assault to the U of O.

In 2013, 183 assaults were reported, a 11.5 per cent rise over 2012 and a 69 per cent rise over the number of sexual assaults reported in 2009.

A total of 727 assaults were reported over the five-year period reviewed by CBC News.

Several universities declined to participate

Maybe because they have a clue that the CBC News method of collecting data would be considered intellectual fraud?

A total of six schools either declined or said they weren’t able to provide numbers when asked by CBC News. An additional six schools weren’t able to provide data going back the full five years.

Three of those schools could only provide data by academic year -- rather than calendar year -- meaning their data could not be included in this analysis.

Yes, let's not include any data that doesn't support our agenda.

Dalhousie University declined to provide any data at all. The school’s dentistry college was recently rocked by a scandal involving misogynistic comments on Facebook.

Facebook comments are now a form of rape.

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Title When sexual assault data doesn't back feminist claims, data must be wrong. Aka "Sex assault reports on Canadian campuses too low, say experts"
Author onehonesttruth
Upvotes 730
Comments 88
Date 09 February 2015 01:44 PM UTC (6 years ago)
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[–]Ausfall132 points133 points  (23 children) | Copy

I've reported on this in the past in Ontario. The groups involved are heavily entrenched and run a business of sorts. Basically they rely on studies and reports to make their living doing security and policy consults, talks and presentations, and various other work with a variety of public and private sector organizations. Contractors make a killing installing security devices, and somebody without technical skills can make their money doing talks and conferences if they market themselves well (Anita Sarkeesian is a well-known example). When the data changes, they fall back on feminist theory, usually that the data is "wrong" because of a lack of reporting (i.e. women aren't reporting being assaulted) or that the methodology is wrong. Both of these feed back into the feminist ideology of the patriarchy, saying there is a bias against their pro-woman point of view. When that bias happens to be "Truth," well, let's not go there.

So the problem isn't just the ideology we all know and love to drone on about, it's also that these folks have a conflict of interest when it comes to this sort of thing. If you ask these folks what would happen if rape/assault or whatever else was completely eliminated, they won't answer. They'd be out of a job if that happened. They live in a world where they need this kind of shit but at the same time despise it. They're the arms dealer that hates war.

[–]dicklord_airplane24 points25 points  (0 children) | Copy

truly. people need to understand this about activism and especially about politics. The far right tried to fear-monger votes for themselves by playing up the non-existent 'war on christianity', and the far left tried to fear-monger votes by playing up the nonsensical gender gap and the non-existent 'rape epidemic'. i wish that people could think past their emotions and recognize the fallacious appeals.

[–]Addictedtoiron16 points17 points  (17 children) | Copy

This is a great response. It is clear that the motivation is not only ideological but financial gain and power. Too bad the troop of SJW can't see that they're puppets in the big picture. This is sickening, especially knowing that whoever opens up this publicly will face serious backslash.

[–]1runnerrun234 points35 points  (13 children) | Copy

I think lots of TRP people still have to swallow the red pill with regards to liberal movements. These SJW people ARE the puppets. This has been going on for decades. School of Frankfurt in the 30s, Reece's investigation in the 50s found all the wealthy organisations were funding colleges and NGOs to spread liberal values. All academia and media are largely liberal for this reason. Did you see what Obama gave a speech about at the Grammy's? John Kerry telling the US troops how happy he was that whitesd will soon be a minority? It comes from the highest echelons and they trickle it down.

That's why it is literally everywhere and why reddit is also going to fall prey to it. See the recent /r/metaredditcancer scandal. See gamergate. Just turn on cnn or bbc and you'll see the same crap. After ww2 they decided to fund leftist liberal crap just for the sake of them being illogically critical of everything. It's by design. And it worked really well for the rich to keep the population out of their hairs so it's self-enforcing.

[–]CrimsonDeep6 points7 points  (9 children) | Copy

I second this notion of wanting to find some sources. While I don't disagree with you and it logistically makes sense I would like to have some sources to reference in case I have to show my friends

[–]RPReloaded 8 points8 points [recovered] | Copy




BTW google can provide a plethora of valuable information. These links were all found within 5 minutes.

Before asking for a source, one might want to use a little of the TRP values, and STEP UP gentlemen!

[–]janyk14 points15 points  (3 children) | Copy

Before asking for a source, one might want to use a little of the TRP values, and STEP UP gentlemen!

This is completely intellectually disingenuous. The onus to provide evidence has always been, and should always be, on the person making the claim. This is basic stuff. Telling people to go look for sources for your arguments is weak and makes you look like you've never seen the inside of a school.

Also, stop claiming that TRP is on your side when you make an argument. It's a weak appeal to some hivemind principles when you are in no position, nor have the authority, to determine what TRP beliefs are, and whom to exclude from TRP based on their actions.

[–]1runnerrun25 points6 points  (0 children) | Copy

You are right. Some more links to expand the bigger picture but once you go look you'll see it is everywhere. You need but to turn on your tv or browse media sites and you'll see it. Watch any hollywood movie. Read any stories about what it's like on campus these days.

Bilderberg is probably the biggest meeting of rich people today. They get briefed: http://www.politico.com/news/stories/0509/22957.html

And what's the shady bussiness that they're doing that they want to obfuscate? Here is one link of the literally thousands I could show you: http://www.independent.co.uk/news/business/analysis-and-features/what-price-the-new-democracy-goldman-sachs-conquers-europe-6264091.html

And they've targetted social media: http://www.theguardian.com/technology/2011/mar/17/us-spy-operation-social-networks

The media only prints what fits what follows the narrative, this is again everywhere, just remember the recent racial riots, here is another keen example: http://conservative-headlines.com/2015/02/deep-six-media-still-refusing-to-admit-celebrated-naacp-bombing-was-a-hoax/

The Rotherham rape scandals are another example of what happens to liberally bullied communities.

A must-read: academia being a liberal cesspool not representative of the population: http://theden.tv/2014/02/10/social-psychology-looks-itself-in-the-mirror-why-so-few-conservatives/

Also check out what happened to James Watson (of double helix fame) as an example of an influencial person trying to go against this movement and how they destroy you. Guy recently had to sell his Nobel prize to survive. They had economically cut him off and the media pretended he didn't exist anymore (his own words).

Lastly, if you read Protocols of the elders of Zions, written around 1900, you'll find an eerily accurate blueprint of our society today. I mean I don't care much about politics but they're shoving this stuff in your face so badly that it's getting annoying.

[–]malepornstarama-3 points-2 points  (0 children) | Copy

You dont seem to ubderstand what hes saying... Hes not saying "TRP proves me right, I dont need a source" Hes saying to step up and google it for yourself. You say "That sounds interesting, I want to learn more. Source?" If you want to learn more about it, google it. Its very easy.

[–]One_of_one 4 points4 points [recovered] | Copy

The whole point of a SOURCE is where HE got his specific info, not general info

[–]RPReloaded 6 points6 points [recovered] | Copy

You've got to be kidding me. Did you even read the links? Both articles, at least to me, are directly on point. Now I get that the Frankfurt reference requires a bit of critical thinking to see how this bears reference, but the snippet:

"As the growing influence of National Socialism became ever more threatening, its founders decided to prepare to move the Institute out of the country.[12] Following Adolf Hitler's rise to power in 1933, the Institute left Germany for Geneva, before moving to New York City in 1935, where it became affiliated with Columbia University."

If you look at the purpose of the Frankfurt Institute, this makes it pretty clear to me.

The second article pretty much lays out the argument of the OPs points:

The best snippet, IMHO is:

"Some of the larger foundations have directly supported 'subversion' in the true meaning of that term--namely, the process of undermining some of our vitally protective concepts and principles. They have actively supported attacks upon our social and governmental system and financed the promotion of socialism and collectivist ideas."

The last one is a direct link to Obama's grammy speech.

So what exactly is it that you are looking for in a source from this poster?

[–]Kill_Your_Ego5 points6 points  (0 children) | Copy

This is why we seem to be taking a dark enlightenment after taking the red pill. When you start to see the truth in all of society, not just in women. Good stuff. We truly do seem to be existing in a matriarchal kin selected society right now and the real discussions of how we can move back to a patriarchal kin selected society should be addressed. It is the only way to assign the status of fatherhood and create the status of husband.

If we can get enough people to see the cultural influences on the current alpha fucks/beta bucks paradigm. One where the women have realized that they can fuck their alpha bull who leads the herd while extracting resources from the beta bull who exists going his own way, actually preventing him from being outside of the matriarchal herd culture with one alpha shepherding the flock, and fucking all the women.

For now operate outside the herd and spin plates, there are enough ways to contact the cows as you buy coffee in the morning and shop for shirts at the mall. Those cows haven't been noticed by the apex alpha bulls so they might think you are it. Amplified with game to demonstrate the alpha characteristics and plate a girl.

Or go full MGTOW, be the bull who wanders off and builds some kind of bull weapon. If a bull could build horn extensions to better stab and "out alpha" the alpha bull he'd be the alpha. Humans are ten thousand steps ahead of the bull. Yet women still want to drag us down to the herd level that existed 6,000+ years ago. So they can all share the apex alpha and remove our parenting rights in the process. Create something. Even if it's just the most amazing life you can have with the awesome person you have become, creating work that will last for a long time.

Or be a blue pill fucktard. Providing for these women in your ONEitis with full white knighting behavior while they get their apex alpha fucks and retroactively remove your parenting rights while keeping their rights to your time and production.

Rant over.

[–]UnamusedPunk1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

Did you see what Obama gave a speech about at the Grammy's? John Kerry telling the US troops how happy he was that whitesd will soon be a minority?

Do you have a source for John Kerry saying this?

[–]DanReggins2 points3 points  (2 children) | Copy


I wonder who could be pulling those puppet's strings, though.

rubs hands together

[–]Tom_The_Human2 points3 points  (0 children) | Copy

[–]madgreed8 points9 points  (0 children) | Copy

Excellent comment. One thing that I think gets frequently lost or overlooked in many facets of life is to follow the dollar to get to the truth.

One of the best examples of the SJW for profit agenda is the blue light system that any Americans near a college campus would probably be familiar with.

To date at my alma mater I'm fairly certain these have saved a grand total of 0 students from violent crime. Yet the contractor who had to install these on my massive rural campus probably made insane money off of it. It was a massive amount of money spent on a horribly inefficient 'safety' system just to provide people with peace of mind.

You can't justify selling that peace of mind if you don't first sell a climate of fear.

It's in many peoples' economic best interest for parents and students to believe their children are at a constant risk of violence in order to justify the rising costs in tuition etc.

[–]cock_pussy_up4 points5 points  (0 children) | Copy

The lying parasite industry.

[–]Lt_Muffintoes191 points192 points  (5 children) | Copy

I can get more reports of sexual assault by walking across the street on a campus

Translation: I can twist anecdotal statements to support whatever position is politically convenient for me at the given moment

[–]2insickness125 points126 points  (2 children) | Copy

Translation: I can get women to make up stories about sexual assault by providing them with tons of validation and attention when they do it.

[–]green49 45 points45 points [recovered] | Copy

Translation: rape statistics are part of a highly sophisticated political machine and must be shown to be at certain levels for policy appeal, whatever the cost to scientific integrity or truth

[–][deleted] -5 points-4 points  (0 children) | Copy

Translation: rape statistics are part of a highly sophisticated political machine and must be shown to be at certain levels for policy appeal, whatever the cost to scientific integrity or truth

So using this for my facebook post.

[–]Endorsed Contributorredpillbanana0 points1 point  (1 child) | Copy

I can get more reports of sexual assault by walking across the street on a campus

It depends on what the meaning of "sexual assault" is. Invitation to a coffeeshop? Eye rape?

Also, it depends upon what the meaning of the word 'is' is.

[–][deleted] 4 points5 points  (0 children) | Copy

[–]GRRMkills 42 points42 points [recovered] | Copy

It shows as many as 44 percent of female students experienced some form of sexual violence or unwanted sexual touching while attending the university.

Yet the CBC News survey shows that over the course of five years, only 10 students reported an assault to the U of O.

In 2013, 183 assaults were reported, a 11.5 per cent rise over 2012 and a 69 per cent rise over the number of sexual assaults reported in 2009.

If only 10 students reported an assault over 5 years, how did 183 report an assault in 2013 alone? Or do they mean 183 reported an assault in an anonymous survey? Maybe the number is so high because they included "unwanted sexual touching."

Sexual assault needs to be taken more seriously, but not by the general population, by feminists. They're making it into a joke, and it shouldn't be. If someone gets forcibly raped that's horrible and a crime worthy of punishment. However, sexual assault can not be used as a blanket term to protect a woman every time she feels bad or threatened. Get your ass slapped in a club? It's a crowded club, everyone's drunk, and you're dressed provocatively, what did you expect? A guy grabbed your tits at a house party? Well you were just making out with him on the couch, why did you lead him on?

[–]Grasshopper2119 points20 points  (16 children) | Copy

By including normal human interaction, the ass slap at the club as you so kindly put it, in the definition of sexual assault feminists are trivializing their own position. I've got popcorn ready in preparation of the anticipated backfire.

[–]TRP VanguardtrpSenator8 points9 points  (0 children) | Copy

violence or unwanted sexual touching while attending the university.

Exactly. Good job at combining those together. 95% of people have reported being victim of a home burglary or getting short changed at 7-11

What can we do to prevent home burglary? The data is showing this is an epidemic!

[–][deleted] 1 point2 points  (14 children) | Copy

Legally, an ass slap at the club is sexual assault. The problem isn't that they're trivializing sexual assault, which can, in fact, be relatively trivial.

The problem is by lumping sexual assault and rape together (as in that "1 in 5" statistic) they're trivializing rape.

[–]Grasshopper21-1 points0 points  (13 children) | Copy

An ass slap in the club is not sexual assault.

[–][deleted] 1 point2 points  (11 children) | Copy

Legally it absolutely is. In theory you could be arrested on the spot.

[–]Grasshopper211 point2 points  (1 child) | Copy

A law which is not enforcedo is no law at all.

[–][deleted] 2 points3 points  (0 children) | Copy

Why do you assume it isn't enforced?

[–]QQ_L2P0 points1 point  (8 children) | Copy

"Legally" my arse, it's bullshit. An ass-slap is not sexual assault. Ever.

At best it's someone not understanding personal space.

[–][deleted] -1 points0 points  (7 children) | Copy

In the US, at least, it is absolutely sexual assault. End of story. Just because that seems unreasonable to you (and to me and most people, frankly) doesn't mean you can pretend the law is otherwise.

[–]QQ_L2P1 point2 points  (6 children) | Copy

Then in that sense, it still isn't sexual assault, it's sexual harassment. There is a huge difference. If anyone says a slap on the arse is sexual assault then they are full of shit and you are silly for believing it.

[–][deleted] 0 points1 point  (5 children) | Copy

This is simply wrong. Don't try to apply common sense to the law - it doesn't work that way.

[–]QQ_L2P0 points1 point  (4 children) | Copy

You think so? Perhaps you should check the law on it then, because you are misinformed.

[–]reelsies8 points9 points  (1 child) | Copy

unwanted sexual touching

lol'd. Next it'll be "suggestive staring" and "sexually charged voice inflections"

[–][deleted] 2 points3 points  (0 children) | Copy

"Next"? It's already here. Where my niece goes to school "elevator eyes" is considered sexual harassment for which she can file a complaint. Which in turn could, in theory, get a classmate expelled. When I went to school you had to demand sex for a grade or continue pursuing her past what a normal person would consider reasonable before it rose to the level of official sanction. But women back then were made of sterner stuff. Today's college women are really not women at all but overgrown girls, wilting flowers prodigiously endowed with attitude but lacking anything approaching true strength of character.

[–]Redrog1142 points143 points  (3 children) | Copy

It's possible that the data is wrong. The way you obtain the data can affect the results, think sample size and composition, but also how you ask, what you include...

The problem is feminists are claiming the data is wrong not because they genuinely have a problem with the methodology, but because it doesn't fit their preconceived ideas.

[–]richardnorth53 points54 points  (1 child) | Copy

Feminists are notorious for building shit biased surveys that wouldn't pass an introductory research methods course. They also use cunty little definitions for things like rape = regret sex and sexual assault = being hit on by a guy that didn't give u tingles, etc etc. Surveys made by feminists are garbage and always have been. The wage gap myth is founded on one of these pathetic "surveys".

[–]Johnny10toes14 points15 points  (0 children) | Copy

Similarly some chick got into a debate with me and said something like "Well a slut the way I define it..." to which I refuted with the dictionary defines it...

[–]TRP VanguardCyralea27 points28 points  (4 children) | Copy

This shit is so common in Toronto I sometimes forget it's not like this everywhere. People here rarely question Feminist propaganda.

[–]ubiety 9 points9 points [recovered] | Copy

I feel really bad for men choosing to live in Canada under the irrational feminine gynocracy; simply being a man sounds worse than in the States - uglier, more entitled women controlling the conversation through the threat of radical feminism.

A bunch of well known MGTOWs live in Canada, no surprise to see this article referenced in TRP.

[–]TattedGuyser17 points18 points  (1 child) | Copy

All of Canada is not Toronto. Out west is extremely conservative, for example. Tons of farming communities. Even in the east where I live we don't tolerate feminist propaganda at all.

[–]AlfredTheGreatest10 points11 points  (0 children) | Copy

In the western provinces I swear 50% of the Tinder profiles contain pictures of the chick shooting guns or riding sleds/ATVs. Girls out here would either cheer you on for slapping them on the ass or punch you. Complaining to the campus rape centre would not be likely.

If these feminist leeches want to know why so few women report "unwanted sexual touching" or regret-sex to campus security or whoever I'll tell you: The guy they went home with either was that guy, or punched that guy. As for the regret-sex I'll bet they'd rather spend the day snowboarding than filling out a report on some dumb shit they did while drunk.

Feminists, please stay away from our young women. They're doing just fine on their own.

[–]Atreiyu1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

It's actually not that bad. Remember in this sub posts the most ridiculous offenses. Just like how SJWs aren't exactly every single non-male, Canada isn't full of this stuff.

Especially in Canada, people aren't that community-oriented as it is in the states (IMO); so it's mostly niches and pockets of people who have certain opinions and group up due to it.

I usually dislike that Canadians keep to themselves more than Americans do, but this also means bad opinions don't spread to everyody that quickly either.

People parrot a lot of stuff, but if you get to know most non SJW people, they don't really feel that way. [I live in the BC, lower mainland]

[–]incakesforme21 points22 points  (2 children) | Copy

"laughingly low"? I didn't know rape was funny.

[–]Endorsed ContributorRedBigMan8 points9 points  (1 child) | Copy

It is funny when feminists equate a slap on the ass to rape otherwise you're right it's not funny.

[–]__var3 points4 points  (0 children) | Copy

York University's definition of sexual assault is so broad that it must be hard to find someone that doesn't qualify as a sexual assault victim.

[–]1Zanford20 points21 points  (1 child) | Copy

'Unwanted touching' could include 'that dweeby guy tried to hug me after doing my homework for me! Ugh!'

Or being anonymously groped once for 0.5 seconds at a jam packed frat party. Which is uncool, but not exactly traumatic.

Why can't they use both by-calendar-year and academic-year data!?!?! Either way the data would tell them the average number of cases per year. I don't believe for a second that they didn't make the decision to exclude those schools before they looked at their numbers (i.e. they saw those schools had lower #s).

[–]1rporion3 points4 points  (0 children) | Copy

Because that would involve math and math is hard.

[–][deleted] 32 points33 points  (1 child) | Copy

I have an idea! Let's start a hashtag campaign! We'll call it #getrapenumbersup

There's no way that'll go bad...

[–][deleted] 1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

Oh Jesus that would be incredible. A total shitshow, but incredible

[–][deleted] 12 points13 points  (0 children) | Copy

Fact: 19 out of every 14 woman are cat-called on their way to class.

[–]p3ndulum11 points12 points  (1 child) | Copy

Segregation, please.

Women are a distraction in schools, and if they are so worried about rape, assault and sexual violence, they can start to build and attend their own schools.

I would suggest that men build and attend their own institutions, but that would be sexist, ya?

[–]Chamillitaryman 11 points11 points [recovered] | Copy

I got to UoO and the rape culture here is ridiculously blown out of proportion, in no way do I support rape or an violence against women but the feminists here go waaaaay to far with it. feminism is no longer about equality they preach equal rights but last year we had a speaker come in last year and talk about mens rights (because lets face it guys really get the shit end of the stick when it comes to divorce or custody) and the room was filled with feminist yelling about misogyny and spewing other bullshit that in no way had to do with them. They came to the presentation to interrupt the whole time, it was pathetic.

[–]Smekiz10 points11 points  (0 children) | Copy

"Experts", i always loved that term, it's so wonderfully vague.

[–][deleted] 10 points11 points  (1 child) | Copy

Christ.ine: The universities are sending a very clear and strong message. They do not care about female students.

Redcanuckabroad: @Christ.ine That's what I got from this too. Thankfully the CBC is around to care though and manufacture the care and outrage that the statistics won't.

[–][deleted] 2 points3 points  (0 children) | Copy

These damned women just can't freaking sleep at night unless they have undeserved control over something.

[–]Transmigratory6 points7 points  (2 children) | Copy

Feminists are fucking stupid I swear:

  • Data says X feminist claim isn't as bad as they say: "sexist", "most victims don't report", "check your privilege" <insert feminist rubbish here>

  • Data supports Y feminist claim. You say maybe more studies need to be done to establish a link, or comment on the methodology of the study: "sexist", "misogynist", "check your privilege" <insert feminist rubbish here>

You can't win. Especially since their numbers are just fashionable, most of their concepts/notions are qualitative i.e. subject to interpretation. You say that and suddenly: "sexist", "misogynist", "check your privilege" <insert feminist rubbish here>

And they wonder why they're not being taken as seriously.

[–]reelsies4 points5 points  (0 children) | Copy

Data and testing methods are consistently revised so that the former never happens, and the latter happens often.

Examples of the former: Wage gap, 1 in 4 women have been raped.

Examples of the latter: IQ tests being revised to raise average female scores, Standardized school tests (SATs) doing away with analytical-heavy questions, school tests having a complete absence of spatially-oriented questions.

[–][deleted] 1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

once there are no more battles to win everything will be too hetro normative and everything will need to be androgynized so no one can feel bad

[–]reddumpling18 points19 points  (0 children) | Copy

The hamstering is strong in this one. But seriously, this is really their nature and yet most sheeple turn a blind eye to this.

[–]EuphoricWizard8 points9 points  (1 child) | Copy

Welcome to modern feminism. Feminists are sincerely angry that a bunch of women arent getting brutally gang raped. We need to find out what the acceptable amount of rapes per year is since it can either be too high or to low.

[–]PowerVitamin1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

Hahaha. That's it man.

The rates have to be high enough for their cause.

It's the same thing when the cops come up short on their monthly traffic ticket quota. The police chiefs say that the people can't be getting better at driving... So it must be the cops slacking off!

[–]Focusi6 points7 points  (0 children) | Copy

I'm usually not one to care about the stupidity that is feminism in North America but this is just ridiculous

[–]Flaye211 points12 points  (0 children) | Copy

The data doesn't help them get victim Olympics gold medals so it must be wrong.

[–]Cryocasm6 points7 points  (0 children) | Copy

Three of those schools could only provide data by academic year -- rather than calendar year -- meaning their data could not be included in this analysis.

Oh boy how hard is it for your victimized and TV overloaded stupid head to fucking translate data from one system to the next, chances are it's written in normal dates anyway.

What a fucking lame excuse to narrow down your dataset to make your "averages" higher. Fuck.

[–]Glenbert7 points8 points  (0 children) | Copy

When all you have is a hammer, every problem looks like a nail needing to be hammered. It's hard to accept that all the nails have been hammered intro place and all the rest of the problems require a wrench or a screwdriver.


[–][deleted] 3 points4 points  (0 children) | Copy

I recently read a long statistical analysis about Benevolent Sexism and Hostile Sexism and their relationship and perceptions by genders. It was well defined, methodologies explained, etc.

In these results, I'd really like to see the same thoroughness. 'Unwanted touching' (44%) is really vague.

[–][deleted] 3 points4 points  (0 children) | Copy

I'm more impressed by the comments

[–]kommissar_chaR3 points4 points  (0 children) | Copy

Some experts they are, lol.

[–]abcbswd2 points3 points  (0 children) | Copy

Like the MSG scare, this "sexual assault" nonsense is purely driven by greedy fucking media who needs to generate stories in order to sell advertising. Fear sells...

The sooner we get rid of useless media, the better.

[–][deleted] 2 points3 points  (0 children) | Copy

What gets me is the supposed concern of parents. Aren't these college students? Once someone is in college they are adults and parents shouldn't treat them like they are little children.

[–]NakedAndBehindYou2 points3 points  (1 child) | Copy

A recent student survey at the University of Ottawa shed some some light on the actual rates of sexual assault at a major Canadian university.

It shows as many as 44 percent of female students experienced some form of sexual violence or unwanted sexual touching while attending the university.

Translation: "OMG that creepy guy touched me on the shoulder and winked at me. I was totes raped last nite. That's the fifth time I've been raped this month."

Feminists want to make sure that men suffer for these terrible crimes.

[–]reelsies2 points3 points  (0 children) | Copy

More or less the same thing is happening with regards to the rape "fiasco" in India.

After a very violent, high-profile rape case a few years ago in India, the media has had an extra careful eye on stories of rape and domestic violence against women. Combined with the fact that the Indian media is relatively free and English-speaking (unlike a certain other populous country), and that the population makes up 20% of the world (as much as the US, Canada, Europe, Russia, and Japan combined), we should expect to see a large number of rape stories leaking out of India into Angloland.

However, according to the average redditor, this is inconsequential, and India simply has a uniquely bad rape problem. When the statistics are measured, and India has a lower rate of rape than most other third world countries, as well as most first world countries (of course, there's probably a problem of overeporting in the west), it's simply due to reporting bias. But even assuming comically low amounts of reporting of rape by Indian women, India doesn't even come close to being problematic by third world standards.

Of course, some first world countries may have reporting problems in the opposite direction, meaning that women overreport rape. Sweden for example, has one of the highest rates of rape in the world. I'm not sure whether this is because Swedish women uniquely overreport rape, or because the large influx of very low-prospect refugees from 4th world nations (mostly Islamic African nations) has caused an actual rape epidemic. Or maybe equal parts of both.

TLDR, Lots of rape stories in India because of a gargantuan population, and a western-style media focused on rape. Combine this with SJW feminism, a healthy dose of racism, and the data suddenly means nothing anymore.

[–][deleted] 2 points3 points  (0 children) | Copy

I feel terrible for sexually assaulting all those women. I should release

Surprisingly the only sexual assault I've ever witnessed first-person was a girl I know (feminist may I add, who makes frequent fb comments about 'rape culture' - and a fat one), pinning a friend of mine (girl) on the ground at a party while she was high on molly and making out with her.

[–]BlueFreedom4202 points3 points  (0 children) | Copy

The funny part is that if the experts say its low then its really low since the police state has expanded the definition of rape.

[–]Meglomaniac4 points5 points  (0 children) | Copy

What a piece of garbage.

When I read in the start of 4-5 of the paragraphs "Experts say..."


You cant just claim that and then just leave it. Mother fuckers.

[–]SQQQ1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

well i live in Canada and i've been threatened with false rape accusations. i just gave in to her demands and get the fuck outta there.

its fucking ridiculous. because once u get accused ur totally fucked.

[–]bloodshot_eyes3 points4 points  (1 child) | Copy

And yet when "statistics" of false rape accusations are released, showing that it is vanishingly rare, those "statistics" are treated as holy scripture from the mouth of god himself.

[–]Niketi2 points3 points  (0 children) | Copy

The interesting thing about those statistics is the criteria they used to determine "false accusation." If you apply the same criteria to determine whether a report is legitimate, only 1-8% of reported rapes are true. Excellent breakdown here:


It may be a good idea to stop leaving research like this to ideologues who begin with their conclusions.

[–]Morrigi_1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

The comments in the article are surprisingly coherent.

[–]JohnStamosEnoughSaid0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

Cant win against these people, let them cackle like the court Jesters they are.

[–]1RXRob0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

What could the Vancouver Rape Relief and Women's Shelter possibly gain from the hundreds of unreported sexual assaults?

Everybody is out for themselves, even charities. Be careful who you support guys.

[–]WeCantHaveFun-1 points0 points  (0 children) | Copy

libfags do it with economics too. If the latest socialist grand experiment doesn't bat more than 0 this time, the data's wrong, or the rich somehow fucked it up.

Fucking losers.

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