Nearly 100 Schools Using ‘Sexual Misconduct’ Course Peddling False Rape Stat

By MRCTV, Special for  USDR

Employees at nearly 100 schools – including 10 “Top 100” – are potentially being required to take a “Preventing Sexual Misconduct (Title IX)” course that promotes misleading statistics about the prevalence of rape on campus, endorses the narrative that repeated requests for sex constitute a form of “sexual violence,” and dismisses concerns about sexual misconduct training interfering with freedom of speech.

Teachers are forced to affirm that “one in five college women is raped” – a statistic publicly debunked by two of the source-study’s authors – in a screenshot provided to MRCTV by an employee at the University of Delaware showing a pop quiz in a “Preventing Sexual Misconduct (Title IX)” course staff to answer are required to take.

The quiz insists a “steady onslaught of requests for sex can be considered sexual coercion” which is a “form of sexual violence—especially when combined with alcohol or drug use.”

The university’s Title IX coordinator and director of equity and inclusion, Susan Groff Costa, tells MRCTV that University of Delaware staff are given 30 days to complete the course and the quiz. The “Preventing Sexual Misconduct (Title IX)” course is part of a larger “WeComply” training service provided by Thomson Reuters.

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