Across multiple intuitions, feminist are using alcohol as tool to harass and intimidate men.
The Department of Defense has recently redefined alcohol as a weapon in cases of alleged sexual assault by members of the military. Boulder Colorado Prosecutor, Katharina Booth, a leading feminist demanding the redefinition, said “It’s trying to focus the blame where the blame should be, which is on the offender and their behavior rather than the victim and how much they drank.” In describing alcohol Booth stated "Its a weapon". Another advocate demanding liquor’s reclassification, feminist attorney and former director of Colorado’s Ending Violence Against Women’s Project, Anne Munch said "For the same reason that a robber chooses a drunk victim (over a sober victim), a rapist will also choose a drunk victim,"
Both Munch and Booth are adamant that when male and female cadets have sex under the influence of liquor, only the male can be charged with rape. Female cadets will receive no indictments. Liquor’s reclassification is aimed solely at men.
Claiming alcohol is a weapon more readily allows the expulsion of male officer candidates from military schools on false rape charges. Military investigators can easily frame any sexual activity as a crime because a weapon - alcohol - was present. Beer will be viewed as no different than a knife. Feminist intent in redefining alcohol is to lower male graduation rates in military officer schools by applying a gender double standard toward expulsions.
In conjunction with limiting the pool of male officers, feminist are also suing the military. A recent lawsuit filed by the Service Women’s Action Network and the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) demands the military have more female officers. Currently, 17% of officers are women. Ariela Migdal, of the ACLU’s Women’s Rights Project stated "The military service academies are premier educational institutions that provide tuition-free paths to leadership and are run by the federal government – there is no excuse for the government to provide this opportunity to women at such dismally low rates.”
So what if "only" 17% of officers are women. Most of the military's hardship and sacrifice has fallen upon men. According to a Congressional Research Service report, 97.5% of US military casualties in Iraq and Afghanistan WERE MALE during the period of 2001 to 2014.
Feminist are using alcohol, in conjunction with lawsuits, as a weapon against men in the armed forces. Their objective is to limit male authority, increase female authority and maximize male sacrifice within the military.
Similarly, feminist are using alcohol as a legal tool against male college students. In 2011, the Department of Education's Russlyn Ali (a feminist) issued a "Dear Colleague Letter” stating only marginal evidence is needed to expel any college student for sexual misconduct. The letter stated "Sexual harassment of students, which includes acts of sexual violence, is a form of sex
discrimination prohibited by Title IX" and "Sexual violence, as that term is used in this letter, refers to physical sexual acts perpetrated against a person’s will or where a person is incapable of giving consent due to the victim’s use of drugs or alcohol". Any school not expelling students guilty of sexual misconduct are in violation of Title IX federal law.
As a result, nearly all schools instituted conduct policies stating any student having sex with an intoxicated individual can be expelled. An intoxicated person cannot give consent to sexual contact because their judgment is impaired. Since most college administrations have an institutionalized feminist culture, conduct codes are applied solely toward male students. Duke University's
Dean of Students, Sue Wasiolek, expressed most schools' sentiment when she stated “Assuming it is a male and female [having sexual contact], it is the responsibility in the case of the male to gain consent.”
The new conduct regulations have resulted in dozens of male undergraduates being expelled on bogus sexual violence charges. It appears not a single female undergraduate in the United States has been expelled for having sexual contact with an intoxicated male student.
Furthermore. a new law - the Campus Accountability & Safety Act- is now being proposed. Created by feminist Senators Kirsten Gillibrand (New York) and Claire McCaskill (Missiouri), the Campus Accountability & Safety Act (CASA) will regulate sexual assault investigations on US campuses. Alleged victims will be assigned advisors. Accused students will be assumed guilty. Campus investigators will receive indoctrination on "[sexual] consent and the role drugs or alcohol can play in the ability to consent". Gillibrand is adamant a female student cannot be accused of sexual assault when she has sexual contact with an intoxicated male. The law is aimed solely at male undergraduates. Schools not complying with CASA will be fined and have federal funds withheld.
CASA is designed to legally mass expel male students from college on bogus sexual violence charges. The impetus for this mass expulsion is a 2010 study by the firm Reach Advisors. The study concluded single women aged 22-30 outearn men of the same age group in most American cities. Reach Advisors cited college education as the main reason for the gender pay gap. Significantly more women than men earn degrees. By creating CASA, feminist hope large numbers of men can be prevented from obtaining degrees thereby allowing more women greater access to high paying jobs.
Feminist are using alcohol as a weapon against men.