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Would you listen to Unwanted Advances again? Why?
The argument is well thought out and corroborated by close analysis of several Title IX cases
What other book might you compare Unwanted Advances to and why?
"Unlearning Liberty" by Greg Lukianoff -- also available as an audiobook. They both confront the issue of free speech as well as government and administrative overreach on America's campuses.
Which scene was your favorite?
As a work of nonfiction this question isn't relevant
Any additional comments?
This book offers a refreshing perspective to a troubling issue plaguing American universities. Her methodology is scholarly, providing close readings of several Title IX cases and detailing why we need to be concerned about the way sex is being policed in our universities. The broader implications for society at large are clear. I think this book will have a long shelf life and is a must read for anyone interested in Title IX, regardless of their politics.
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Gosh, I have read rarely something so enraging. Many thanks to Laura Kipnis for making this public. She is an absolute hero. What a poor excuse for modern day feminism these title IX witch hunters really are. I just got red pilled!!!!