05/24/2014 Jonathan Taylor

AVFMS and The ONE radio discuss due process and free speech in higher education (video)

On May 20 I was invited to speak with hosts Bob O’Hara and James Huff on The O’Hara News and Editorial (“The ONE”) about the erosion in higher education of due process for men and boys who are accused of sexual misconduct. Overall, I think it was a great show. The show lasted a little less than two hours, and I divided it into three videos. I actually come in on the second video of this series.

This marks the fourth radio show that I have been invited to appear on to talk about men and boys in education. Here are the others, up to this point:

In this first video Bob and James discuss events that have been in the news, such as senator Claire McCaskill’s plans for sexual misconduct policies on campus, outrageous divorce settlements, and female rapists who seek asylum in other countries.

I come in at the beginning of this second video, when we have an in-depth discussion of sexual misconduct policies, discuss the psychology of education administrators, talk about how the monetary interests of universities, and discuss the questions from a few callers.

In the last video we talk about how to conduct activism against the demonization of men on campus via rape hysteria, and where that activism fits in the context of free speech. We also discuss the upcoming International Conference on Men’s Issues in late June.

Sources for the discussions and claims in this video, sorted chronologically:

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Jonathan Taylor Jonathan is Title IX For All's founder, editor, web designer, and database developer. Hailing from Texas, he makes a mean red beans n' rice and is always interested to learn new things.