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University Survival Guide for False Allegations

Sean White has come out with a new book entitled “University Survival Guide for the Falsely Accused,” but I decided to title the Male Defender post with false allegations because that’s the more popular term.

False allegations for rape and assault not only threaten every man in a university setting, they also endanger all of us in society.

A quick description of it from the Amazon page is as follows:

This book is meant to help students who have been falsely accused, or who think that they may at some time be falsely accused. It gives advice on where to go for help with these kinds of cases. I have also written some examples of what can happen in these cases, from the initial false accusation to the end of the process. As one will see, it is much like the process of convicting and locking away people in the old Soviet Union.

This one is for the kids. Many a young man has no idea what they walk into when they go to university. On arrival they find, but may never comprehend, that they are deep inside a culturally Marxist setting in which a woman’s word is holy and a man’s word is worthless.

Check it out! Hey, it’s only 99 cents on Kindle.

This part made me LOL but I have no doubt of it’s veracity.

“She also gave a list of other reasons why a female may complain about a male:

1. Staring. If she thought that you stared at her for any amount of time, even if you were clearly looking in a different direction and a video will show this, she can claim that she felt that you were staring at some point, and she can send a complaint. She may sit directly in front of you in a class each day, and claim that you are staring at her.
2. A male’s eyes may be too intense, and this is threatening to a female student. It may give the female the feeling that he is staring, even if he is clearly not.
3. A male looking at her eyes. Though we are always taught to look into the eyes of the person to whom we are speaking, giving that person our attention and not looking over a female’s body or away, she said that this can make a female feel threatened.
4. If the male is too handsome. She said that this makes a female feel threatened. WHAT!!?!!
5. Long e-mails. Females are threatened by long e-mails. Even if nothing threatening or harmful or bad can be seen in the e-mail anywhere, even if it is just an explanation of something from a class, simply the length of this can be threatening for a female.

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  1. Mike
    Posted May 25, 2018 at 4:54 pm | Permalink

    I guess telling them you’ll slap the shit out of them, if they don’t straighten up, is out of the question then?

    But, aren’t the flakes confined to the ‘female’ departments – English, Sociology, and whatnot? I remember, and it has been some time, walking on campus and seeing the ‘Creative Arts’ sign, and thinking to myself: “This is where the strange birds hang out. I made a wrong turn”.

  2. Almo
    Posted June 13, 2018 at 2:15 pm | Permalink

    Long emails? You ever get a text from an angry female? It’s like 4 messages long.

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