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Brophobia

Mitch Hall’s recent article in The Federalist about the attempt to force a transgender agenda onto fraternities and sororities provoked a ferocious reaction from some of his fellow students at William & Mary, who attempted to cast him out as an unperson. What really leaped out at me from this response was the following passage, […]

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Harvard’s War on Civil Society

Harvard University just announced new rules intended to force all private clubs on campus to go co-ed, under the guise of fighting sexism and rape culture, or something. Starting with the class that enters Harvard in fall 2017, members of single-sex clubs will be prohibited from holding leadership positions on campus, according to a statement […]

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Everybody Loses in the UVA Rape Story

I had been mildly skeptical of the Rolling Stone story about a flamboyantly evil gang rape at a University of Virginia fraternity. It seemed more than a little too good to be true. You could not have invented a story that would better validate every single feminist claim about the supposed “rape epidemic” on college […]

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