Usually it’s the comments on blogs and online articles that make me question my faith in humanity—but in a recent Sun-Times op-ed, author Heather Mac Donald gets it wrong, and the commenters get it right. Mac Donald’s argument, that rape doesn’t really exist on college campuses, is so unbelievable that I had to read this twice to make sure I wasn’t imagining things:
Biden has just announced more college red tape on the laughable ground that schools ignore sexual violence. In fact, virtually every campus has a robust sexual-violence bureaucracy which sits idle, waiting for the shell-shocked casualties of rape to crawl through their doors. The victims never come — because they don’t exist.