Title IX: The changing dialogue | HBR Talk 81

HBR Talk examines two presentations from Rowan University’s Redefining Title IX Student Summit. How is the dialogue changing in the wake of Education Secretary DeVoss’s policy changes? Tune in at 7pm Eastern

Opening monologue transcript
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Frailty, thy name is accountability gap | HBR Talk 80

HBR Talk examines the gender gap in accountability for “creepy” behavior, though a comparison between the response to Joe Biden’s half-hearted #MeToo moment and the response to Rosie O’Donnell’s embarrassing confession about one of her co-stars from The View.…

An Announcement

Imagine if, without your knowledge or consent, someone made a composite video of short clips of you acting edgy, mashed together to make it look like you were seriously involved in something reprehensible, and posted it for your friends and family to see.…

Damsel power | HBR Talk 65

Join the badgers as we examine a power almost unique to women; the ability to leverage accusations of sexual misconduct for big payouts and political influence – featuring Karen Straughan, Lauren B, and Hannah Wallen. Tune in @ 7PM EST.

Opening monologue transcript
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Weaponizing women’s tears | HBR Talk 64

Join Karen Straughan, Lauren B, and Hannah Wallen on HBR Talk as we discuss the use of women’s tears as a weapon against male independence, men’s spaces, men’s pursuits, men’s interests… and masculinity in general.…

Title IX Update: Badgers discuss Betsy DeVos’s proposed policy changes | HBR Talk 62

Join the Badgers as we discuss several new due process protections with which Betsy DeVos wants to update Education Department policy on University handling of campus sexual misconduct allegations.

Opening monologue transcript
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Tolerance for malicious #MeToo victim-signalling is barbaric

Realize… many, many bad people are bad because they respond to facing adversity – real or perceived – by trying to forcibly transfer it to some unwilling, innocent person, a scapegoat, instead of using their strengths or confronting their weaknesses in order to overcome it.…

Breaking the Narrative Episode 100! Confusing Interest with Consent? Fuck My Life…Wait Don’t!

This week my loving wife decided to bring a study we seemed to have overlooked to my attention.¬† Now while it hasn’t really gained traction yet it seems that some people have already decided to talk about it¬†this year. Now what does this study say for those who haven’t looked at the links?…