How Title IX is Hurting the Creation of Families

Let me start by saying that I do not condone rape, and think it is one of the most heinous crimes that can be committed. Even the Book of Mormon calls rape a heinous crime:

“For behold, many of the daughters of the Lamanites have they taken prisoners; and after depriving them of that which was most dear and precious above all things, which is chastity and virtue–” Moroni 9:9

I have daughters myself, and the last thing I would want for them is to be raped.

Since rape is such a heinous crime, I believe that it should be punished by the criminal justice system. Although not perfect, the criminal justice system it the best device we have as imperfect humans to be able to correctly convict rapists. The punishments should be severe, so we need to make sure we don’t wrongly convict innocent men.

However, colleges and university across the nation are now required hold tribunals to pass judgement on suspected rapists, and punish these rapist by not sending them to prison, but kicking them out of the university and making sure that they have a really hard time getting into another university. This is done under Title IX, which states:

 No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance.

So, if schools want federal financial assistance money (grants and student loans), they must comply with Title IX. As most know, this law eventually eliminated many men’s sports at college. In the 2012 election, Barack Obama and his team noticed that he might have a difficult time winning. He needed something that would give him an edge in the election. So, looking at the demographics, he noticed that the most likely demographic group that he could persuade to vote for him were women. So, he had the media invent a “War on Women”. He marketed himself as the Women’s warrior, and marketed Republicans as women’s enemy. (Oh the horror, Republicans don’t want you to kill innocent children complete sexual freedom (oh uh) reproductive health care.)

One way to convince them that he was looking out for women, was to use Title IX to force universities to clean up their “rape culture.” Rape culture is another phenomena invented by Social Justice Warriors (SJW’s) to help women obtain “sexual freedom”. As explained by Rollo, our culture and laws are being designed to allow women to optimism their hypergamous nature.

Now I am not going to dive into the statistics on whether or not there is in fact a rape culture on campus. I think there is an “alcohol and drug culture” on campus. Unfortunately, alcohol and drugs lead both men and women to make poor choices, and when a women makes a poor choice that is considered rape by SJW’s and the law. When a man makes an equally poor choice, he is considered a rapist by SJW’s and the law. So, if you send a bunch of 18-19 year-old boys and girls to a place with very little adult supervision, provide plenty of alcohol and drugs and sure, you are going to get a lot of “rapes”. I’m not saying that when a man purposely intoxicates a girl so he can have sex with her is not a real rape. It is. However, there is a big difference between that, and two drunk people having sex only to regret it the next morning. There is an even bigger difference than physically forcing a women.

So now, Obama is forcing universities to hold trials on sexual assault cases. Instead of the criminal justice system handling the trial, you have a bunch of SJW’s doing the trial. Most trials do not allow for due process, and accused men are assumed guilty and mostly likely will get suspended from their university. Some men never get to present evidence that could exonerate them (like messages from their accuser saying they enjoyed the supposed “rape” and hoping that they can do it again.)

If you have read the news, BYU’s Title IX office and BYU’s Honor Code office are not correctly handling these trials, according to SJW’s. Girls want amnesty from receiving punishment from the honor code office if they have been sexually assaulted, no matter what honor code violations they have done. In other words, they want a get out of jail free card. It makes since, because all of this push by SJW’s is to give women “sexual freedom”. They want women to be free to enjoy any kind of sex she so desires without having to face the consequences of their actions. If this push was to really stop rapes, they would take a different approach.

If SWJ’s really wanted to stop rapes, they would be instructing men and women about the effects alcohol and drugs have on their decision making process, and let people know that by drinking irresponsibly they put themselves at risk. When rapes really occur, they would be pushing for the criminal justice system to investigate and punish the rapist, so that we would have one less rapist on the streets to rape other women. They would be focusing on the alcohol and drug culture instead of the rape culture. Instead, they just want the university to hold trials which will never put the rapist in jail, but will certainly remove due process from men.

Why all of this? So that women will no longer have to fear the consequences of their actions (see this too). Removing fear from the consequences of women’s action is one way Title IX will hurt BYU’s dating culture. Giving women a get out of jail free card will allow women to make poor choices. If fear in girls is completely removed, girls will no longer need to worry about hanging out with alpha bad boys that will get them in trouble. Want to go a sketchy party with Mr. Hunk, go ahead. If you get caught claim there was a sexual assault. Want to see bad boy’s room, go ahead, a sexual assault claim will get you out of it.

The problem is that the people pushing for amnesty for girls from the honor code either do not know or are hiding the true sexual nature of women. Women are pedataslized for having a purer sexual nature than men. They don’t really have a purer sexual nature though. They just have a stronger filter on who they will have sex with. Once someone passes their filter test, women’s sexual nature is just as “impure” as men’s. Most women do not want to admit to having “such an impure” sexual nature, and most men are brainwashed to not see it. Look around, and pay attention. Women’s true sexual nature is all over the place (in movies, songs, TV shows, and real life) and pretty easy to notice once your eyes have been opened to it. (And yes, all women are like that.)

For both men and women, fear of consequences is one way we can control our sexual urges. I don’t look at porn because I don’t want to get divorced, lose my job, and fall out of favor with God. Fear of those things help me keep the law of chastity. So what will removing fear from women accomplish? It will convince more women to put themselves in situations to get raped. It will convince women to gravitate closer to the alpha bad boys they are attracted to, instead of help them choose better beta men that are better marriage material.

The second reason Title IX hurts the dating culture is that it allows women to kick men out of the university for an “illegal lack of game”. Men can get suspended for sexual harassment as well as rape. What is sexual harassment? Unwanted attention placed upon a female. The definition of sexual harassment isn’t very clear cut. Asking a girl on a date could be considered sexual harassment, because that could be unwanted attention. Giving a girl flowers is sexual harassment, if it is unwanted. Finding a girl after her class to talk with her could be considered stalking, which is sexual harassment.

I have verified this with one of BYU’s Title IX officers. Asking a girl on a date, if unwanted, is sexual harassment.

So, if good returned missionaries listen to talks by their bishops, stake presidents, and general authorities telling them to ask girls out, they could be sexually harassing girls. No one is telling them that in order to not be a creep, you must first build attraction in a girl before asking her out, giving her flowers, or “stalking” her. If the girl is not attracted to you, then asking her on a date is sexual harassment. Be a little too creepy, and she will turn you into the Title IX office, and you will be suspended.

Once word gets around that asking a girl on a date could get you kicked out of BYU, what do you think will happen. Once men start seeing their friends get accused of sexual harassment for trying to get a date, there will be a decrease in dating and marriages.

The solution to all of this would be to remove the Title IX office, and let the criminal justice system punish rapists. (Hopefully we can also keep the police reports in the cops hands and not BYU’s.) Instruct women about their true sexual nature and how it can get them into trouble – chasing alpha bad boys leads to alcohol, drugs, sex, and even rape. Seeking sexual attention by taking nude pictures of yourself can lead to blackmail. Men are constantly lectured to control their sexual urges; women need to hear it too.

One thing is for sure, giving girls amnesty when “sexually assaulted” will just lead to more rapes and less marriages.



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