05/09/2015 Jonathan Taylor

Cited, interviewed, and referenced 40+ times by mainstream media in 20 months!

[dropshadowbox align=”center” effect=”lifted-both” width=”full” height=”” background_color=”#ffffff” border_width=”1″ border_color=”#dddddd” ] Note: the list on this post will not be updated as new interviews/etc occur, as it is basically a blog post. However, a new permanent link to a list that will be regularly updated has been added to the front page.[/dropshadowbox]

Let none say the work done here has no impact on the national conversation on gender equity in education. I just finished updating a list of all the mainstream media platforms that have either interviewed me, referenced my work, or linked it. The number is at least 40. I’ve never published the list before now.

The majority of it is due to the lawsuits database, a research project I work on with the help of activists and attorneys which has greatly added credibility to the issue of due process on college campuses, as well as educational equity for men and boys in general.

Since my database work has been well rewarded, I have been working on several other databases that I predict will be – like the lawsuits database – too big, too valuable, and too unique to ignore. This has detracted from regular posting on the website somewhat (remember that we’re in the market for new writers too), but I believe it will be well worth it in the end.

Below is the list. Excluded from this particular list are activist websites already dedicated to men’s and boys’ issues or education reform; while their help is invaluable, this post deals with mainstream media platforms specifically.

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Buzzfeed

Cracked

Daily Caller

First Coast News (NBC affiliate)

Forbes Magazine

KBYR Radio

KSU Sentinel

Michigan Employment Rights Journal

Michigan Review

National Review

New York Times

PJTV

Slate

Talon Magazine (a KSU publication)

Taki’s Magazine

The Chronicle of Higher Education

  1. “Men Accused of Sexual Assault Face Long Odds When Suing Colleges for Gender Bias” (alternative link for non-subscribers can be found here)
  2. “Seeking to Strengthen Sex-Assault Policies, Colleges Draw Fire From All Sides” (alternative link for non-subscribers can be found here)

The Columbus Dispatch

The Crime Report

The Daily Beast

The East Texan (A&M-Commerce student newspaper)

The Education Advisory Board

The Eye Opener (a student publication at Ryerson U)

The Fiscal Times

The Hill

The Miscellany News (a Vassar College publication)

The Wall Street Journal

The Washington Examiner

  1. “Backlash: College men challenge ‘guilty until proven innocent’ standard for sex assault cases”
  2. “Alan Dershowitz: Campus sexual assault rules ‘preclude a defense’ for the accused”
  3. “Here come the settlements over lack of due process in campus sexual assault hearings”
  4. “California continuing its quest to brand all men as rapists”
  5. “Judge denies university’s motion to dismiss student’s due process lawsuit against college”
  6. “Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand and the cost of sexual assault on college campuses”
  7. “6 questions for the sponsors of the new campus sexual assault bill”
  8. “Ezra Klein favors extreme ‘yes means yes’ law because of a myth”
  9. “Marco Rubio spokesman answers questions on campus sexual assault bill”

USA Today

Unpublished:

Thank you to the following for interviewing me:

  • Mother Jones interview with Molly Redden
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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.
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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.

Comments (4)

  1. Auggie1

    Fantastic work Jonathan! Your contribution is something be proud of.

     

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