Wednesday, June 13, 2018
The Hunting Ground: The Inside Story of Sexual Assault on American College Campuses Hardcover – May 17, 2016 by Kirby Dick (Author), Amy Ziering (Author), Constance Matthiessen (Contributor) (Hot books /0 Skyhorse Publishing)
More man-hating, ridiculous tripe that pretends to be anything other than that which it really is: yelling "fire" in a mythical building which isn't, and never has been, on fire. This is a formula that, quite thankfully, reached its zenith in the 1990s and is now, quite rightly, being outrightly rejected and ignored by an increasingly jaded and media savvy public which quite easily consists of a vast acreage of innocent men unfairly demonized and portrayed as sexual predators and congenital sex offenders in contrast to the empirical evidence that suggests otherwise. These very same lies and deliberate mischaracterizations of male nature—cleverly presented as irrefutable and incontestable facts and repeated ad nauseum by the afformentioned media in lockstep with its army of aging radical feminists— have gotten old and cliché. They are falling, rightly so, on deaf ears. A book like this should be in every household—in the bathroom, next to the toilet—as it will serve only as very excellent toilet paper as it gets the daily attention and use that it rather well deserves.