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Patrice Lewis is a freelance writer whose latest book is "The Simplicity Primer: 365 Ideas for Making Life more Livable." She is co-founder (with her husband) of a home woodcraft business.
The Lewises live on 20 acres in north Idaho with their two homeschooled children, assorted livestock, and a shop that overflows into the house with depressing regularity. Remember when a woman named Jackie claimed she was gang-raped at a University of Virginia frat party?
Rolling Stone magazine conducted an extensive interview with the so-called victim and ran an enormous editorial on the crime, without bothering to interview the presumed attackers.
Turns out there were so many “discrepancies” in Jackie’s story that Rolling Stone was forced to print a humiliating retraction.
Whatever “issues” Jackie has in her life, it didn’t involve a gang-rape by the members of the fraternity she accused.
This kind of feminist-fueled nonsense just feeds into the “rape culture” hysteria plaguing colleges today, in which men are presumed to be rapists merely for possessing the right equipment, and women are presumed to be honest and virtuous whenever they interpret a passing glance from a man as a preliminary attack.
“The feminist power agenda has caused serious problems on college campuses,” wrote David Usher in a column entitled “Feminism: Today’s women’s Ku Klux Klan.” “California just enacted ‘Yes Means Yes,’ a widely criticized law converting college life into a witch hunt for a non-existent campus rape ‘crisis.'” While this situation is horrible, unfortunately it reflects a growing trend of an increasing chasm between the sexes.
I had never heard about it before last fall, but once brought to my attention, I’ve seen related stories cropping up all over the place.Many men, it seems, have decided women aren’t worth the trouble.They are eager to participate in one-night stands, but that’s about the extent of their willingness to commit.This in not just a case of “Why buy the cow when the milk is free?” Instead, for many men it seems the cost of the cow is simply too high. I may not like their misogyny, but I can understand the sentiment.