From SAVE Services:
Once upon a time, California students could choose how to give consent to private sexual activity. Nowadays, the state has mandated affirmative consent, which means an accused student must show something like a sexual consent contract or video to prove consent existed.
But now, the University of California has stated that students may not videotape sexual activity without possible consent, which means that students are not able to prove that consent did occur:Click here. This new policy is making it impossible to defend oneself against a sexual assault accusation.
Contact University of California President Janet Napolitano: firstname.lastname@example.org and tell her that the school's new policy is dangerous for every student.
Let's not wait until innocent students are found guilty under it.
Very truly yours,
Gina Lauterio, Esq., Policy Program Director
Stop Abusive and Violent Environments
That is the whole idea. To destroy men all together. This goes together with this other post I wrote. Contact Janet Napolitano and the others listed on the aforementioned post. The more of us they hear from the better.