It’s a lonely job, working the phones at a college rape crisis center. Day after day, you wait for the casualties to show up from the alleged campus rape epidemic—but no one calls. Could this mean that the crisis is overblown? No: it means, according to the campus sexual-assault industry, that the abuse of coeds is worse than anyone had ever imagined. It means that consultants and counselors need more funding to persuade student rape victims to break the silence of their suffering.
What? Is she saying people are using b.s. or made up statistics to push their own agendas? No, it can't be!
Now, before some of you start posting about how horrible rape is and how you or your sister or your best friend were raped and I couldn't possibly understand it and I don't know what I'm talking about and Heather is some gender-traitor--read the actual post. No one is minimizing actual rape at all. Save your breath, your keystrokes, and your blood pressure, and use your 10th grade English skills to find the main point of Heather's article. Address her facts, not your emotions.