04/11/2015 Jonathan Taylor

Three new cases added to lawsuits database, two others recently decided, AVFMS cited by Wall Street Journal

*Update 11:30 PM: make that FOUR*

Three Four recent lawsuits (for a total of 66 67) were added to the lawsuits database today against the following schools:

  • University of California-Santa Barbara
  • University of California-San Diego
  • Brandeis University, filed 2015-4-9
  • San Diego State University (added 11:30 PM)
This marks the second lawsuit against Brandeis, and the first for the other two schools. Also, these previous cases have been updated as follows:
  • Henry v. Delaware State University – Confidential settlement.
  • Yu v. Vassar: Vassar’s motion for summary judgment granted; gender bias claim rejected; case dismissed. NOTE: the judge in this case was recommended to her post by Kirsten Gillibrand, a senator prominent for spearheading the issue of sexual assault on campus.

As usual, there is both good and bad to be found here. The reality, however, is that these cases are all making an impact. The media is taking notice not only of these lawsuits, but of this very website, which was cited just yesterday by The Wall Street Journal. And that’s just one example of many.

And I have also received numerous emails from concerned parents and accused students who have thanked me for my work in this area (specifically the database); not only does it help them know that they are not alone, it also helps them chart out an effective battle-map so they can take action and demand redress.

So if you haven’t yet, go now and see the lawsuits database. And thank you for helping me maintain accurate and up-to-date records!

How long before we reach 100 cases?

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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 (5)

  1. DukeLax

    Great news… AVFMS is becoming the goto source for all false rape accusations on University campuses since the start of the website.

     
  2. Tony Tang

    I have a strong feeling that future academia will be online source like AVFMS. Current academia has lost its prestige because of pseudoscience like gender studies and women studies.

     
    • Thank you, Tony. And thank you for promoting AVFMS content on Imgur, Reddit, and elsewhere – it all adds up!

       
  3. CG

    I am currently a graduating senior at Hunter College, and I have a GPA of 4.0. I applied to their Graduate Center PhD program, and was denied while less qualified FEMALE candidates got in with a third of my coursework and a fourth of my qualifications. I complained to the Graduate Center in writing about the denial and asked them to have access to what they wrote on my file. As a result of that, I have good reason to believe the professors (who are essentially the same people who teach at Hunter College) are getting ready for an academic vendetta on my grades at Hunter, and they probably will do their utmost to sink my graduation process at the last semester. Does anyone know of any legal remedies for this kind of thing?

     

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