Back in the day, when women still valued chastity and modesty, and sexual improprieties occurred, well, odds are a young man would surely be found guilty of being the aggressor in the situation. Similarly, in cases of domestic violence, it was rare for the female in the relationship to be the guilty party.
To say that times have changed would be an understatement. In today’s hook-up culture, read that strangers having sex, the sociological grandchild of the 1960s free sex movement, the fact is that young women are just as likely to initiate the hook-up. Moreover, they are also most likely to do so while being under the influence. In addition, with respect to domestic violence, the latest survey by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey, indicates that men are 31 percent more likely to be the victims of overall domestic violence than women.
Considering these trends and facts, it must be awful to be stuck in the mindset of the 1960s and ’70s! Just ask state Sen. Hannah-Beth Jackson. How does she sleep at night, knowing that young men have lost their opportunity to graduate from college, or worse, some have been driven to commit suicide, as a result of being subjected to groundless charges having to do with bogus sexual assault allegations by women experiencing hook-up morning-after regret? Sen. Jackson is fully culpable for this modern-day tragedy, having subjected these young men to false incrimination by way of legislation she has crafted. And, instead of recanting, she continues to double down on her stupidity.
Rather than admitting that the 1960s and ’70s feminist jihad against male chauvinist pigs has long been over, instead Sen. Jackson and her cohort of feminazis have become female chauvinist pigs themselves. They continue to write legislation that deprives young men of their right to a day in a real court of law, instead subjecting them to college campus kangaroo courts, whereby some faceless bureaucrat assumes the role of judge, jury and executioner, while depriving the young man of the opportunity to cross-examine his accuser. In essence, these young men are considered guilty unless they can prove their innocence, which is nearly impossible because their sex partner doesn’t have to answer any questions.
Likewise, at the federal level, the feminazi party continues to support legislation, such as the Violence Against Women Act, as if men alone are guilty of domestic violence. In this day of alternative constructs to marriage and intimate relationships, is it any wonder that lesbian same-sex relationships have the highest lifetime rates of physical violence in view of their sky-high divorce rates?
Politicians like Hannah-Beth Jackson are suffering from a phenomenon known as confirmation bias — the tendency to interpret matters according to one’s existing theories, beliefs and values. The women’s liberation movement, coupled with the hook-up culture and other movements, have had their effect on society, and dare I say, not for the better. As such, Sen. Jackson and her feminazi pals should resist the temptation of writing legislation rooted in their own bias against men.