Back in 2014, the California State University system adopted Executive Order 1095. This implemented the Campus SAVE act, Title IX, etc. on all CSU campuses (hundreds of thousands of students). Part of this order involves the implementation of training and prevention programs for all incoming students and on at least some campuses, all students, every year. Haven is the program of choice for the CSU system. I could go on about how the program is a thinly veiled SJW conversion therapy program, but it's more effective if I just show you.
It starts off with a pre-program quiz.
Which of the following is not a factor that contributes to sexual assault?
A. Bystander intervention
B. Media portrayals of sexuality
C. Rigid gender roles
D. Sexist language
At first I was confused, since none of those things contribute to sexual assault, an actual serious crime. Then I realized what lay ahead of me - a wasteland of tumblr-tier bullshit I am required to sit through to be a student at my university.
Then comes the standard "1 in 5" bullshit statistic right out of the gate.
Next comes something that surprised me greatly: A direct command to 'just get it' very clearly aimed at thirsty betas.
We all know that women expect men to 'just get it', but they will rarely admit to this.
Of course, where would we be without the ol' 'you shouldn't have drunk sex because it's rape'. Yes, young men entering college, alcohol + sex = rape. If Slutty Sally had a beer, she can't consent - please remind Chad of this while he's grinding his dick into her ass on the dancefloor, so nobody gets raped :)
Then comes a 'Does she want the D?' checklist. I'm pretty sure I got half of those wrong, according to the program. The Title IX coordinator will tell you anything besides kissing isn't an indication of wanting the D. Chad, the frat star who banged 9 girls last week, will tell you something slightly different. Who are you inclined to believe?
Here are some absolute panty-drenching phrases to throw in during foreplay.
All right if I kiss you there? Can I touch you here? What would you like to do?
Of course, you, my red pilled friend, just need to 'get it'. This is a defense tactic against betas and posers - as long as you 'get it' and play along, you can fuck them so hard they can't walk straight. None of this asking her what she wants to do bullshit, unless you enjoy pussy that resembles the Sahara.
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