While nobody should be taken advantage of there is something to say in the vein that they are putting far too many rules that do not make any sense when it comes to people asking each other out.
While liberals are touting the causes of so called tolerance and that everyone is supposed to be on an equal playing field they are at the same time saying the exact opposite so that everyone is confused and not knowing what might get them in trouble.
For example, if a guy asked a girl out and she said no; if that’s the end of it than the matter is closed. If he kept pressing the issue sure, but not if he said good night and walked away.
Same thing goes for if someone happens to be tall and someone happens to be short. I know a guy who is near close to seven feet tall and his wife is five foot three at the absolute most. They have been married for about fifteen years now.
They met in college when she asked him at a party why he was the one tall guy that wasn’t playing basketball. That hit things off when he asked her out a day later.
Had they been in college today the student union or some crap would want to have him charge with a crime because he was taller than her
Via Daily Wire:
Getting up the courage to ask someone out on a date can already be nerve-racking, but now that college campuses have completely gone off the deep end, that fear will be intensified.
Today’s crazy comes from — unsurprisingly — the University of Missouri (Mizzou), best known for torpedoing its enrollment rates after campus protests led a professor to threaten a student journalist. An official at Mizzou indicated during a deposition that a male student who was physically larger than the female student he asked out may have violated the school’s Title IX policy because his physical size gave him “power over her.”
For years, we have been told that one must receive “affirmative consent” before anything of a dating or sexual nature takes place. Critics of such policies, such as this reporter, have often wondered what would happen if the mere ask is unwanted, does that also constitute sexual harassment or assault?
Now we appear to have our answer: Yes.
When a Mizzou official was questioned regarding a case where a black male Ph.D. candidate at the school asked out a white female fitness trainer, she bizarrely suggested that the fact that the male student was larger than the female student gave him “power over her” and violated school policy.