Misconduct Not Assault
How do you respond when Stanford reports that 1.9% of students have experienced sexual assault during their time at Stanford, but an additional 14.2% of students reported experiencing sexual violence that are classified as sexual "misconduct"?
Why did Stanford classify date rape as "misconduct"?
Why is rape while the victim is asleep "misconduct"?
What constitutes "misconduct" when it comes to nonconsensual advances?
A misconduct is a slap on the hand for the perpetrator and a slap in the face for the victim.