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1 in 4 rape...Oh yawn, let me sleep..
Being a compulsive lying feminist must have it's moments I would imagine. Those moments bearing reality could only be present while in a horizontal position, while the brain is engaged in the rem status. Even while in that state it would still not be guaranteed..

One of Feminism's greatest lies is the 1 in 4 rape epidemic that never actually seems to appear. One would imagine that local hospitals and doctor's surgeries would be filled with all those imaginary victims as we already know that nothing would stop any member of the opposite sex complaining, suing, demanding more protection, being escorted by security back to their accommodation at night, demanding that all male students be removed from the campus and declaring an "all wimmyn world" at Universities just to overcome that epidemic. Just think of it. A class of fifty students at 70% female would have eight female students at anytime having been raped. So a Uni. with 5,000 students (full or part time) would have (70% female students) eight hundred and seventy five female students raped at anytime according to feminists. Even if we take their claim seriously where they state that only 10% of all rapes are reported then that total would multiply out to One Thousand Eight Hundred and Seventy Five..

Common sense being absent from the feminist arsenal, would dictate that there is no hope in hell the privileged princesses would even remotely tolerate that but they do not mind tolerating the lie apparently..

Deflating the Date Rape Scare:
A Look At Campus Police Records

Guest article byMichael P. Wright
Scientific Social Research
Norman, Oklahoma

Mr Wright has apparently had a good look at this farcical statement that the feminists wish list contains..

Our information about the survey comes from a critical review of it by Christina Hoff Sommers, associate professor of philosophy at Clark University. According to Sommers, the survey had been the subject of a 1985 MS magazine report by Mary Koss, who was chosen by MS to direct it. Koss and her team interviewed about three thousand college women, randomly selected. For purposes of tabulating results, a respondent was counted as a "rape victim" if she answered "yes" to any of several questions, including this one:
    Have you ever had sexual intercourse when you didn't
    want to because a man gave you alcohol or drugs?
Any woman who ever had the experience of sharing alcohol, having sex with a man, and later regretting it for any reason could answer "yes" to this question. By counting "yes" answers to this as affirmative evidence, Koss was able to reach the conclusion that a total of 27.5 percent of the respondents had been victims of rape or attempted rape. Interestingly, many of those she counted as victims did not see it that way themselves. Only about a quarter of the so-called victims in this survey labeled what happened to them as rape. About half described the incidents as "miscommunication."
Aahhh yes, that is exactly how feminists went about obtaining the result they were after. It's those loaded questions, akin to "have you stopped beating your dog" type of loaded questions as the outcome or answer is totally irrelevant. They get the answer they want regardless..
The problem is that the "1-in-4" chant bears little relationship to reality. A review of OU enrolment data and information supplied by campus police yielded the estimate that the annualized rape risk for 1996 freshmen women at OU was 1 chance in 476. That's a little less alarming than 1-in-4. The remainder of this article describes the methodology for arriving at this estimate.
The first step was to call Neal Stone of the OU Police Department (OUPD), and ask how many on-campus rapes have been reported for the year. He answered two rapes for the first ten months of calendar year 1996. On a 12-month basis, this would convert to an annual rate of 2.4 rapes.
The Oklahoma Daily article reported that from 70% to 80% of all rapes are "acquaintance rapes." Stone was quoted saying that only 10% of these are reported. Accepting 10% as an estimate of the reporting rate, the true number of OU annual rapes would be 24, which is 10 times 2.4.
The next step was to project how many female members of the 1996 freshman class could be expected to be raped in the course of a 6-year undergraduate career, if the 1-in-4 claim is true. For this it was necessary to estimate the average annual size, over the 6-year period, of the entering female cohort for 1996, after adjusting for expected drop-outs. After Provost Emeritus J.R. Morris provided drop-out rates, this table was constructed:
    Fall 96Freshmen women:1904
    Year 2Retention:1409
    Year 3Retention:1323
    Year 6Retention:967
For the six years, the average size of the cohort would be about 1400. A freshman female operating on uncritical acceptance of the 1-in-4 claim would calculate that 350 members of her class will be rape victims during their college experience. Over 6 years, the average annual number of rapes expected by her would be 58 for the 1996 first-year group (350 / 6).
The next step is to compare the expectation derived from reliance on the 1-in-4 claim to that indicated by local evidence supplied by the OUPD. After adjusting for under-reporting, from 1996 data we accept 24 as the estimated annual number of OU campus rapes. Since the analysis is based on a 6-year undergraduate career, members of the 1996 freshman class can expect to be victimized at the rate of 4 per year (24/6).
 Link to the remainder..