Advice from Univ of Colorado to women under attack: "Tell your attacker you have a disease or are menstruating." goo.gl/VVcpI—
Michelle Malkin (@michellemalkin) February 18, 2013
OK, so we’ve learned from our intellectual and moral superiors in government that college-age women shouldn’t be able to carry concealed weapons on campus; after all, in the midst of a hysterical fit, there’s a chance they might “pop a round” at that rapist they suspect is about to attack them despite the posted “safe zone” signs. How should women fight back, then, without actually hurting anyone? Jesse Byrnes, managing editor of the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs student newspaper, shared some tips from the school.
This doesn’t sound like the “passive resistance” sort of crowd. Plenty of strong women are actively resisting the effort to disarm them.
Any other tips, Twitter?
Those are called “assault tampons” and Mitt Romney wanted them banned, remember?
Thanks, Twitter, for providing the sort of education we need before choosing a university.
The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs updated its list of rape prevention tips with “context.”
But so far, UCCS is standing by its advice for women to make themselves less “attractive” victims” by soiling themselves.
Editor’s note: The headline for this post has been corrected to read “scream” rather than “whistle,” which does not appear in UCCS’s list of tips. The complete list of UCCS tips can be found here.