For those who still think that there’s no such thing as rape culture in this country, I present to you a fraternity at Texas Tech who threw a party and put up a sign that said “No means yes, yes means anal.” This on the heels of Forbes firing a columnist for a column blaming women for being raped after passing out at fraternities.
Texas Tech University is investigating reports that its Phi Delta Theta fraternity displayed a sign at a recent party reading “No Means Yes, Yes Means Anal.”
The website Total Frat Move on Monday posted two photos allegedly from the fraternity: the first showing the banner, and another of a display in the shape of a woman’s private parts, which appears to feature a working sprinkler. TFM stated that the photos came from a hurricane-themed party hosted by Phi Delt at the Lubbock, Texas, university over the weekend.TFM, a website that caters to members of fraternities, took down the post Monday evening, but not before BroBible posted copies of the images. TFM did not respond to questions on Twitter about why the entry was removed, although it left its original social media posts online.
“Sexual misconduct is a serious issue,” Chris Cook, a spokesman for Texas Tech, told The Huffington Post by phone on Tuesday, adding that the university’s investigation into the reports is ongoing.
Yeah, but who needs feminism, amirite?