JakeThomas for The Intellectualist writes:
Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s fraternity and secret society publicly and privately were known to have little or no respect for women. The name of their secret society affirms that.
In today’s Yale Daily News: what Brett Kavanaugh was up to back in his school days, when he belonged to a secret society known as “tit and clit”. Motto: No means yes. Yes means anal.
While Adam Edelman and Kasie Hunt report:
The dean of Yale Law School on Thursday responded to reports that a prominent professor at the school had advised students seeking judicial clerkships with Brett Kavanaugh on their physical looks, saying the reported allegations of faculty misconduct are “of enormous concern” and calling on anyone affected to come forward.
And Eyewitness News reports:
Christine Blasey Ford, who has accused Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of a sexual assault decades ago, has faced vicious online harassment and death threats after her name became public. But the professor at Palo Alto University has also seen a wave of support in her hometown.
Ford has claimed that Kavanaugh attacked her when she was a teen. She told The Washington Post that Kavanaugh had forced himself on her in a bedroom at a party when he was 17 and she was 15, attempting to remove her clothes and clapping his hand over her mouth when she tried to scream. She says she escaped when a friend of Kavanaugh jumped on the bed.
AJ Willingham and Christina Maxouris at CNN:
It’s a question that was posed, more or less, by the President of the United States, to a woman who alleges a current Supreme Court nominee held her down at a high school party and tried to assault her: Why didn’t you speak up earlier? In response, people on Twitter have been sharing their reasons for not speaking up about their own assaults.