Audio Proved She Begged Him For Sex & Then Accused Him Of Sexual Assault. Columbia Expelled Him

The biggest misnomer about false claims of sexual assault is that women wouldn’t lie about something like that. Of course, there are countless examples of women doing just that so we know beyond a shadow of a doubt that it’s not true. However, even if you correctly acknowledge that women will lie about sexual assault, the really scary thing is that many of the women that tell that devastating lie do it for the most trivial of reasons. For example, take the case of Ben Feibleman, who, if there is any justice in the world, will win his suit against Columbia:

Last May, Feibleman filed a $25 million lawsuit against Columbia University in New York federal court for expulsion and gender discrimination under Title IX. A female classmate had accused him of sexual assault. He says she assaulted him, not the other way around. Despite the evidence, the school decided he was guilty.

…The large group shrunk until the few who remained were the types to believe Tuesday night itself was good enough reason to keep the party going.

Feibleman knew her a little from orientation, but they had never hung out. On this night, he seemed to hit the jackpot of hookups. At the reception, the complaint says, they sat on the floor and she asked him to put his head in her lap. She later sneaked kisses when her friends weren’t looking. She poured beer down his throat during a drinking game. Then she asked him to walk with her to the roof, where she climbed atop the water tower and beckoned him. She took off her top while he unclasped her bra. He sucked on her breasts. She called him a “p*ssy” for being afraid when they climbed the tower in the dark and when he wouldn’t go near the edge like she did.

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He watched as she did a perfect backward roll off the side of the water tower. She taunted him about being a Marine who was afraid of heights. She straddled him on top of a ladder, then slapped him hard across the face and bit his lip. He hated the lip biting and told her to stop. None of this made him any less attracted to her, but according to him, he was steadily becoming more cautious.

She talked to him in a hot, vulgar way back at her apartment.

“Don’t you wanna f*ck me?” she asked multiple times, on tape, in clear words. In fact, she affirmed her desire to have sex with her classmate no less than 29 times. She wanted him to f*ck her and she wanted it, her word, “hard.” He wanted that, too. But something in his gut told him he better protect himself. And not with a condom.

After messing around for approximately 15 minutes — kissing, fingering, grinding, throat pressing (or “choking” as Columbia’s filing asserts) — she reiterated her desire for rough sex and he pumped the brakes. He thought of the squeaky bed, paper-thin walls and her roommate. When she refused to take no for an answer he pressed record.

In total, he claims she bit him three times, yanked his pants down, and grabbed his buttocks in an attempt to “force her mouth on his penis.”

Feibleman had already sensed that things might go sideways.

Some things made him nervous. When he first tried to leave, she started to cry. He couldn’t leave a woman in tears. He wanted to leave on positive terms. He liked her. He liked his classmates. He didn’t want to be known as the class scum.

Conversation took the form of a nightmarish loop. She demanded rough sex. He said no. She asked why not. He told her she’s too drunk, but later said he didn’t believe it. She had stopped drinking hours earlier, he recalls. He was just trying to employ what he describes in court filings as the “nuclear option,” which he believed would make the conversation stop. Again, he tried to leave. Again, she demanded that he stay.

This is one of those cases where both a man and a woman are drinking, they engage in consensual activity, she changes her mind later and then it must be “rape” because she was drinking. Of course, this type of thinking reduces women to the level of children who can’t be held responsible for their own actions. Having a few beers shouldn’t absolve you of responsibility for your actions, even if you’re a woman.

Furthermore, in this case, the woman who made the false complaint was unquestionably the sexual aggressor. She was literally begging Ben Feibleman to have sex with her and it is pretty clear that her accusation against him was retaliation for his refusal. She was also lying about what happened right from the get-go,

It wasn’t even a day later when she accused him of sexual assault under the university’s Title IX statute. She didn’t seek medical attention or call the police.

“Ben tried to have sex with me,” she told her roommate after he left. She also told her boyfriend, who allegedly questioned how drunk she was. She called him an “asshole” and hung up. That morning she informed the school that Feibleman had sexually assaulted her.

Here we have a former Marine who was convicted in a kangaroo court despite the fact that the recording he made exonerated him. His diploma was pulled after Columbia retroactively expelled him for sexual assault, despite the fact that he spent the whole night fending off a woman that was intent on having sex with him. Now, he’s been publicly branded as a rapist because of this woman’s lies. It is a disgraceful situation and all of us should hope Columbia ends up having to pay millions of dollars for the unjust way they have treated him. Only when these “woke” schools fear facing lawsuits will they stop treating young men as guilty until proven innocent — and maybe not even then.

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John Hawkins
John Hawkins created Rightwingnews.com in 2001; built it up to a top 10,000 in the world website; created a corporation with more than 20 employees to support it; created a 3.5 million person Facebook page; became one of the most popular conservative columnists in America; was published everywhere from National Review to Human Events, to Townhall, to PJ Media, to the Daily Wire, to The Hill; wrote a book 101 Things All Young Adults Should Know that was at one point top 50 in the self-help section on Amazon; did hundreds of hours as a guest on radio shows, raised $611,000 in a GoFundMe for Brett Kavanaugh’s family and has been talked about everywhere from The New York Times to Buzzfeed, to the Washington Post, to Yahoo News, to the Rush Limbaugh Show, to USA Today. After seeing the unjust way that Brett Kavanaugh was treated during his hearings and how a lifetime worth of good work was put at risk by unprovable allegations, John Hawkins decided to create a men’s website. Welcome to Brass Pills!

 

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