If it’s really that dangerous, then only a negligent parent would allow their daughter to go there.

I want to reiterate what I have been saying on various blogs that I have run for several years now: we don’t intend for our daughters to go away to college. If they want to attend college or university, they need to live at home while doing so. We have a number of very good reasons for this, but let us just consider the recent story in Rolling Stone magazine about the supposed gang rape that occurred at a UVA fraternity. It is now clear that whatever happened to the young woman named Jackie in the story, it almost certainly was not the horrific gang rape at a fraternity party that was described. Feminists are rushing to assure us that the details don’t much matter though because there is an epidemic of rape on college campuses and that 1 out of 4 women will be raped at some point.

Now, who in their right mind would send their daughter to a place where she has a 25% chance of being raped? Either feminists are lying and prove they are lying as evidenced by the fact that they still encourage women to attend universities and live on their own, or they are terrible human beings who want women to go into extremely dangerous situations. Either way, the solution seems obvious: keep your daughters at home where they belong until they are married.

4 thoughts on “If it’s really that dangerous, then only a negligent parent would allow their daughter to go there.

  1. I have speculated elsewhere that this particular controversy may blow up and be bigger than #gamergate. Feminists are circling their wagons to defend “rape culture”.The truth is that it can’t be that dangerous or, no one would attend.
    I do hope that feminists back themselves into a corner and attempt to defend the obvious lies they have been promoting for decades.


  2. On a more personal note, keeping your daughters at home will help protect themfrom hook up culture. Something tells me that if feminism is discredited, dating mores may change into something more recognizable. Girls will start looking for boyfriends again.
    There is a bonus to keeping them home, deby will be limited to tuition and books.


    • Lori, your daughter left home at 18 with your blessing to live in her own apartment across the country. How can you agree with this sentiment?


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