Anonymous Statement Regarding the Sexual Assault Policy at Columbia
Written by Bwog Staff
Bwog was just tipped a link to a statement commenting on the current discussion of the sexual assault policy on campus. The authors, who claim to be “survivor/victims, organizers, students, and alums of Columbia University,” are significantly not publicly affiliated with any big-name student organizations or leaders. We reached out to Sejal Singh, head of the Columbia Democrats, who responded by saying that it isn’t something with which she or the Democrats as an organization are affiliated. The authors state that they are writing in response to part one of Anna Bahr’s Blue and White article about the policy (look for part two later this week) and the subsequent comments on both that post and others that make reference to the campus discussion. Bwog has decided not to publish their full statement, here’s an excerpt from the end:
tl;dr: You want to advocate for survivors/victims and prevent sexual assault but will not even invest the time it takes to read this article to educate yourself on how best to do that.