Accusations of Coital Rapes at Fraternities since the Rolling Stone Article

Submitted on Apr 25, 2016 by Frank Forman (Col ’66, Grad ’68)

Have there been any? I spoke on the matter on March 4 last year, suggesting that the leaders of fraternities throughout the United States (and likely throughout the rest of the Anglosphere and Europe) would have within days, if not hours, after the Rolling Stone article came out, laid down the law and ordered that coital rapes cease at once. You may reread what I wrote at http://alumni.virginia.edu/forum/2015/03/04/reflections-jackie/

I am defining my question narrowly: vaginal penetration of a penis that is clearly not wanted. I do not mean sexual abuse that includes unwanted kissing or crude remarks. But may question is also broad, as it encompasses accusation as well as convictions.

e-mails to the two main Washington Post writers on U.Va., Nick Anderson and Reese Shapiro went unanswered. In the last year, I have not heard of any. But I may not have been in the right news streams. So I ask this forum.