Michigan State University recently asked their students some pretty weird, deeply invasive (if you'll pardon the pun, and extremely graphic questions about their sexual behavior. Campus Reform has the screenshots.
Needless to say, the following gets a SERIOUS LANGUAGE ALERT:
Seriously? What in the world? Student Chrissy Clark told Campus Reform said she thought it was a joke when she first saw it:
“When I found out about the survey sent out at MSU I was laughing because I thought it was a joke,” she said, “I first saw it on barstool MSU, which is an Instagram that parodies college students. I thought that it might be an extra credit opportunity for a student research assistant but it was a serious survey sent out to students to understand sexual assault issues on campus.”
If only this were a joke. Instead, it's apparently part of the campus administration's totalitarianism and paranoia about the costly ramifications of potentially litigious sexual behavior among the students. College officials would do well to pull completely out (if you'll pardon the pun) of policing the sexual behavior of students, disband their kangaroo courts which expel students simply for alleged misbehavior, and let the real police themselves handle actual rape allegations.