In the meantime boys, if your campus is particularly pro-feminist or the women’s studies department claims officially “1 out of 2” women is sexually assaulted on campus you may want to look down the street at that small little private college and see if there are any honies you can date over there.
Surviving intimate partner violence, or relationship abuse, is hard.
He faced a problem that is increasingly present in college campuses: He was accused not once, but twice of making a girl feel “uncomfortable.” No formal complaint was made to the cops (so it didn’t happen), no attempt to personally tell him he was bothering them was made, but a complaint was filed with the increasingly defacto (though illegitimate) fourth layer of government – the college.He didn’t get in trouble (because I believe his offense was so slight and unintentional even the school management deemed it not worth pursuing), but the experience obviously disturbed and concerned him enough that he thought it wise to seek and pay for my counsel.He is the author of "Enjoy the Decline," "Worthless," and "Bachelor Pad Economics".His newest book is "The Black Man's Guide Out Of Poverty".He also runs the advisory "Asshole Consulting." You can read his daily rantings at his blog Captain Capitalism.
The day was too busy for me to notice it at the time, but in retrospect I had a very interesting client.
However, while I was more focused on trying to figure out if he just naturally looked creepy, failed to read their signals, or truly was the victim of an increasing feminist-anti-male-rape-hysteria-drama, a solution recommended in the comments section to my consult hit me as it is a depressing portender of things to come.
“Don’t date girls on your campus.” This was not recommended once, but thrice, which prompted me to see if this was now becoming mainstream advice as a way for men to battle the false rape accusations of today’s Mattress Girls.
As a survivor of dating violence, you have the same rights as survivors of other forms of gender-based violence on campus; you can learn more about them here.
Below we’ve compiled some common questions we hear from survivors of abusive relationships, with responses from those of us who have been there.
Remember: abuse can be emotional, psychological, financial, sexual or physical.