College Tells Women To Avoid Rape By Peeing, Vomiting And Menstruating On Command

College Tells Women To Avoid Rape By Peeing, Vomiting And Menstruating On Command
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The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs Department of Public Safety has most recently updated its website “What to do if you are attacked” page.

According to the update, women that believe they are about to be raped ought to pee, menstruate or vomit in order avoid it.

The site was updated Monday right after the Colorado House of Representatives passed several gun control bills including one that bans people with concealed weapon permits from carrying guns on campuses.

Once people realized the update, many were furious.

The university quickly took down the page and added that the page “was created in 2006 as supplemental material for women who had completed an internationally recognized Rape Aggression Defense course offered free of charge to UCCS students.”

Thankfully, we have a screenshot.

Paul Hudson | Elite. 

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