For John, BLUF: "He said, she said" is always a problem. Nothing to see here; just move along.
The case of Columbia University Students Emma Sulkowic and Paul Nungesser is probably not a story that is well known, but it is an example of two important things, maybe three.
- Universities seem like poor vessels for adjudicating sexual crimes.
- Nevertheless, the cost of this Administrivia is running up student costs. And,
- We may be tinkering with our culture in ways that will have adverse impact into the future, as men become chary of women in University settings.
As my middle Brother would point out, the solution is to teach men not to rape. How is that to be done? And, should we not also teach women not to lie about rape?
Regards — Cliff
♠ Although I am not sure the Victorian Period was as we view it today.