So said Rill Wollins, a member of Student Assembly's Committee on Standards Task Force, yesterday, according to The D.
Let me put that in language that is a little bit clearer:
"So you women, who were raped or otherwise physically violated, traumatized, maybe threatened or coerced into keeping silent, you just better get some big ass balls if you want to do anything about it. That's right. You should grow some men's balls before you can think about defending your delicate woman's right not to be groped or fucked or stuff without your consent."
Therefore, a provision like the one introduced yesterday by this COS Task Force, that defendants of a sexual assault charge can directly question—without an intermediary—the plaintiff, well, that's no problem. After all, accusing a man of rape or sexual assault should be a test of your testicular fortitude, and so if you don't have that manly courage, I'm sorry, you can't even have your case heard. As the alleged victim, you're really the one on trial, aren't you.
From what I've heard, leaders of SA task forces can hand-pick the task force's members. Anybody see a problem with that?
Excellent reporting by The D, btw.