Politically Correct Witchhunt Causes Student to Commit Suicide

From here:

If every other egregious example of a male student denied due process after being accused of sexual misconduct gets ignored – this one should not be.

A male student who was accused of sexual harassment committed suicide just days after the University of Texas at Arlington ignored its own policies in order to punish him. The accused student’s father, a lawyer acting as the administrator of his son’s estate, is now suing the school for violating his son’s Title IX rights.

College administrators, as well as members of the media and legislators, would do well to remember the name Thomas Klocke. Klocke, a straight male, was accused by a gay male student of writing anti-gay slurs on his computer during a class. Klocke vehemently denied the accusation, and administrators who investigated the incident acknowledged there was no evidence to support the accuser’s claims, yet Klocke was still punished.

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2 Responses to Politically Correct Witchhunt Causes Student to Commit Suicide

  1. Nolan says:

    I read the article. It doesn’t mention political correctness. Perhaps you’d like to explain the connection. I think the explanation will (as usual) prove to be entertaining, in a perverse (as usual) sort of way.

  2. Dhay says:

    @Nolan:
    “Politically correct” usually refers to excessive deference to a minority group. You wish to argue this is not the case?

    Perhaps you would like to explain the absence of a connection. I think your explanation will prove to be entertaining, in a perverse sort of way.

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