University of Michigan found that women who went to college are more likely to have not been sexually assaulted than their working class counterparts
Forced sex for women who didn’t go to college is two and a half times greater
Sociology professor William Axinn was in charge of the six year intense study
According to a new study from the University of Michigan, women who went to college are far more likely to have not been sexually assaulted than their working class counterparts.
The study found that the risk of forced sex against women is more than two and a half times greater for women who’ve attended little or no college at all.
Sociology professor and researcher William Axinn was in charge of the six year intense study that investigated the rape crisis.
He claims his study ended up exposing the Obama administration’s Title IX regime, regime ‘for the elitist and politically-motivated overcorrection it was,’ according to the Weekly Standard.