“The absence of any real investigation and the speed in which the committee reached its decision reveals the school’s anti-male bias and rush to judgment,” he said in court papers. and she could have easily overpowered him or left her room if [the assailant] was making unwanted sexual advances,” says the lawsuit.The alleged assailant said he’s too scrawny to have sexually assaulted the young woman. The two were longtime friends and “ ‘f–k buddies’ and had sex on two or three prior occasions,” the male student told the school.The alleged assailant “is 110 pounds and extremely thin. He admitted he’d talked the young woman into sex by telling her things wouldn’t work out with her boyfriend.“I would have never done anything if I thought she didn’t want to,” the alleged assailant said he told school officials. ’ and she said, ‘It’s OK.’ ” The young woman claimed the two were not close, only that her mom was the alleged assailant’s high-school voice coach, the court papers say.
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Within each story in the book, you encounter a tidbit of wisdom that forces you to see life through another's eyes and it kept me awake for many nights, thinking and pondering.
When the book is finished, you get to the About the Author page, yet from what you already have read, you feel you already know John as you finish feeling you've been listening to a friend for the past 200 pages.
It'll have you laughing abruptly to yourself alone in your room, or an airplane next to a complete stranger.
It'll have you questioning a few wild nights in your early twenties, or make you feel completely better about it.