Got any what?
@Gef the Talking Mongoose
BRB, fainting for a moment
Also, good lord how do you know this??
Also, assuming your eyeball is dangling outside the socket, what do you do about that?
Isn't the writer correct that one's view on this subject is driven largely by the extent of one's optimism about vanquishing rape culture?
Whoa, that is really interesting!
Oh man, when I saw the shark metaphor, I thought it was going to be something else entirely: just like with a shark, there's no reasoning with a rapist and you have to be prepared to gouge at his eyes. Which is a point that the writer gets to, later on!
@all the bacon and eggs
Thanks! I'm in the 7th Cir., so I read Farr at some point, and thanks for the reminder of it. I agree that the quote in the article is apparently going beyond what Farr says. Perhaps it's a matter of New York law, or a matter of journalistic misunderstanding?
No, it's not. I'm sorry, it seems like I've been unclear somehow. I really just want to read the underlying court papers. I'm not trying to make any larger point, or to imply something about this pretty great article. I'm sorry about the misunderstanding.
Looking a little further, the Daily News article says the case was filed in New York Supreme Court, so it might be a little hard to get the papers unless someone has already posted them online.
Haha, for sure!
But I'm actually seriously interested in this because it's my field and I spend a fair amount of time defending against bogus discrimination claims, so if this argument is a winner then I'd like to know so I can use it myself.
Anyone have a court and case number? Among other things, I'm interested in the legal authority for saying that white men aren't part of a protected class.
Local wife earns real equivalent of $21/hour in long-running scheme to exchange sex for room, board, and societal approval!