Cockroach Zombie Alert! (Brain dead liberals that you just can’t get rid of)
I’ve heard of, “You’re getting too big for your pants.”
But I’ve never heard of, “You’re getting too big to ask someone out on a date,” until now.
The University of Missouri is claiming that it could be sexual harassment for a male to ask a female out on a date if she is smaller than he is.
According to university officials, if the male is larger and he poses a romantic request, it could be a violation of Title IX, which prohibits sexual discrimination during any federally funded education program.
The university’s policy came to light this past Sunday after a student filed a motion for summary judgment against Mizzou, accusing the school of racial and sexual discrimination.
The university first suspended the student, Jeremy Rowles, and then banned him entirely from the gym and residence halls. His crime? He asked his dance instructor out on a date in 2016.
The dance instructor, Annalise Breux, rejected his offer. Later, the school came to her aid by claiming Rowles’ request amounted to sexual harassment, due to his physical size and looks.
Salama Gallimore, Title IX coordinator for the university, said Rowles “looked like someone who might commit sexual assault.”
The university claims Title IX regulations prohibit a person from using “power” or “authority” to pressure others into a date.
Most logical thinking people would conclude this means a teacher or a university official could not use their position of power or authority to pressure someone for a date.
But not the University of Missouri. They have what we at the Christian Action Network call a “Zombie Cockroach” interpretation. An interpretation from brain dead people who you just can’t get rid of.
University officials believe a person who is larger than a recipient of the date request is by nature of appearances exerting power and authority over that individual.
And it’s not just physical size that matters! Gender counts too!!
It is presumed that any male (regardless of size) is radiating power when asking a female out on a date, according to Andy Hayes, a female who is the current assistant vice chancellor for civil rights and Title IX at the university.
“I think there could be a feeling of that abuse of power just by the nature of your gender,” she said in her deposition.
Bottom line: according to the university, if you are a male who is physically larger than a girl you want to date, don’t ask. If cursed with machismo, threatening manly looks, don’t ask. Finally, if you must confess to male genitalia between your legs you are a threat, so don’t ask.
Perhaps graduating from Mizzou with a “BS, Modern Wussary,” or even a “Masters in Emasculation” is something a man could be proud of and tell his grandchildren.
Now, if he ever does have grandchildren, it will be because grandma didn’t graduate from Mizzou, and it was grandma who helped grandpa rediscover his machismo.