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Paying for your own harassment and ritual humiliation

Started this discussion. Last reply by Shane Mar 4, 2015. 89 Replies

This was posted on the Harvard Law Review website recently:…Continue

Responding to hate

Started this discussion. Last reply by Regular Joe Oct 7, 2014. 15 Replies

Recently someone posted some questions regarding having been subjected to a ritual humiliation exercise as the result of an apparently false accusation of rape against a 3rd party that wasn't even…Continue

Quiet groups...worth reactivating?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Regular Joe Oct 6, 2014. 11 Replies

I would like to make some posts specific to topics that are covered by some of the groups. But when I look at what looks like the last post posted, I see that all of the ones that I would like to…Continue

Building rapport with unreceptive young people

Started this discussion. Last reply by Michael D. Denny Oct 3, 2013. 17 Replies

I have never met my soon-to-be brother-in-law, and possibly never will.He's never introduced himself, is unlikely to do so, and has ignored my attempts to introduce myself.Nobody else in the family…Continue

 

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Regular Joe replied to Rob's discussion Paying for your own harassment and ritual humiliation
"And I'd say that "accommodation" in most accommodation policies is short form of "reasonable accommodation".  (At least that's how it works up here.) If we consider this a request for accommodation, up here it…"
Mar 4, 2015
Regular Joe replied to Rob's discussion Paying for your own harassment and ritual humiliation
"I'm with Jack on this one.  "
Mar 4, 2015
Jack Bauer replied to Rob's discussion Paying for your own harassment and ritual humiliation
"You're suggesting a written policy that allows women to restrict men that remind them of somebody that makes them uncomfortable?  Because she's uncomfortable.  And letting her be uncomfortable is unkind.  And her discomfort…"
Mar 4, 2015
Jack Bauer replied to Rob's discussion Paying for your own harassment and ritual humiliation
"'Accommodating' an irrational fear is a lot different than being kind to the sick, weak or injured.  And, I don't even think this kind of 'accommodation' is justifiable for the sick, weak or injured. I don't know…"
Mar 4, 2015
Penelope replied to Rob's discussion Paying for your own harassment and ritual humiliation
"A. We give up civil rights all the time. We give to charity. We let people go ahead of us in line. If everyone clung to 100% of their legally guaranteed rights 100% of the time, it'd be a poor, nasty and brutish world. B. This seems to be what…"
Mar 4, 2015
Penelope replied to Rob's discussion Paying for your own harassment and ritual humiliation
"My family does the room changes after surgery, too. It's not just about infectious disease. It's about being kind to the sick, weak, and injured. There are a few psychological wounds that do heal with time. What may be good for a patient…"
Mar 4, 2015
Regular Joe replied to Rob's discussion Paying for your own harassment and ritual humiliation
"I'm invoking Godwin's Law. Thread over. "
Mar 4, 2015
Regular Joe replied to Rob's discussion Paying for your own harassment and ritual humiliation
"But the issue being discussed here isn't whether or not sexual violence does or does not happen on campuses. The issue being discussed here is a specific case wherein a male student's freedoms and liberties have been taken away from him…"
Mar 4, 2015
Milo Morris replied to Rob's discussion Paying for your own harassment and ritual humiliation
"In case anyone here is still under the impression that this type of thing is just isolated incidents rather than a trend, I offer the…"
Mar 4, 2015
Pale Horse replied to Rob's discussion Paying for your own harassment and ritual humiliation
"Holy crap."
Mar 4, 2015
Penelope replied to Rob's discussion Paying for your own harassment and ritual humiliation
"A. It is good for the spirit to make sacrifices for sake of the sick, weak or injured, with the usual prudence caveat.B. The spirit can be bettered when the person is compelled to act morally, whether he would do so of his own free will or not. C.…"
Mar 3, 2015
Liam Strain replied to Rob's discussion Paying for your own harassment and ritual humiliation
"I don't disagree with you. I was reacting to Rick's comment about being in the other's shoes, and how that might affect our impression of a school's policies. My statement remains the same, empathy is not precluded by facts. And…"
Mar 3, 2015
Jack Bauer replied to Rob's discussion Paying for your own harassment and ritual humiliation
"Seriously?  You think there's a reasonable argument for forcibly restricting the movement of an individual who did nothing wrong?  At the whim of a crime victim whose fear of him is admittedly irrational?  I'd like to…"
Mar 3, 2015
Penelope replied to Rob's discussion Paying for your own harassment and ritual humiliation
"I went to tiny schools, then I went to university too long ago that this was really a thing everyone talked about, and it was grad school, etc. So I'm confused. I suppose, when I was at university, if I had been assaulted and wanted the…"
Mar 3, 2015
Jack Bauer replied to Rob's discussion Paying for your own harassment and ritual humiliation
"That's an interesting point.  How do the race groups on campus feel about this kind of profiling?  For years, they've been fighting against obnoxious "Arabs look like terrorists", "Hispanics look like…"
Mar 3, 2015
Jack Bauer replied to Rob's discussion Paying for your own harassment and ritual humiliation
"He was talking about the policy, not the case.  The policy that sets this kid free is generally applicable.  We don't punish innocent people. This is also not as completely out-of-the-blue as it sounds.  There is a certain…"
Mar 3, 2015

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