Our thanks to Elizabeth for this piece in the Telegraph. The start of the piece:
Universities which fail to deal with harassment and sexual misconduct could be fined up to £500,000, as the regulator advises them to provide consent classes and training for witnesses.
Institutions which are “letting down” students with “ineffective and inadequate” mechanisms for dealing with incidents face crippling financial penalties and even their public funding being cut off, the Office for Students (OfS) has warned.
The watchdog has put forward a set of proposals which lay out how reports should be handled.
It also recommends that institutions provide consent workshops [J4MB: Workshops run by unattractive feminists, we can be sure] to give guidance on what behaviour is unacceptable, and bystander training to equip people with the skills to intervene if they witness such behaviour. [J4MB: Wow. So feminist “bystanders” will intervene if they believe behaviour – men’s behaviour, anyway – is “unacceptable”. What could possibly go wrong?]
The watchdog, the Office for Students, has a female CEO, Nicola Dandridge. What are the chances? What did passive-aggressive women do employment-wise before the launch of all these grievance industries?
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