An entire fraternity was persecuted by the Rolling Stone for a crime that wasn’t committed, but the following prominent individuals care more about future rape “victims” instead of actual male victims of the establishment whose lives suffered due to the efforts of their media colleagues. They insist on using the biggest media controversy of the past year to push a twisted agenda without admitting that there was absolutely no rape at UVA.
Katie Love — Reporter for NBC4 Columbus (Ohio)
— Katie Love (@KLOVEREPORTER) April 6, 2015
Jessica Valenti — Writer for The Guardian
Instead of taking responsibility, Rolling Stone blames their failure on–wait for it–caring too much for rape victims. http://t.co/jqoNLSFJFF
— Jessica Valenti (@JessicaValenti) April 6, 2015
Lorrie Goldstein — Columnist for Toronto Sun
Worst thing about Rolling Stone’s bogus ‘campus rape’ story? It will discourage women who are victims of sexual assault from coming forward.
— Lorrie Goldstein (@sunlorrie) April 7, 2015
Charles Johnson — Co-founded Pajamas Media
The worst thing about the Rolling Stone debacle: it gave disgusting misogynists like @ChuckCJohnson ammunition to attack rape victims.
— Charles Johnson (@Green_Footballs) April 6, 2015
Melia Patria — Producer for ABC News
“It’d be unfortunate if Rolling Stone’s failure [detered] journos from taking on high-risk investigations of rape” http://t.co/ONGCkwvJoC
— Melia Patria (@MsMelia) April 6, 2015
Katie McDonough — Writer for Salon
On Rolling Stone & how our desire for tidy stories and “good” victims obscures the realities & prevalence of rape http://t.co/Fu6HEYp60V
— Katie McDonough (@kmcdonovgh) April 7, 2015
Gretchen Carlson — Reporter for Fox News
Dafna Linzer — MSNBC editor
Rolling Stone editor blames exactly 2 people, both women: Jackie, and the reporter who “convinced” a male editor to drop journalistic rules
— Dafna Linzer (@DafnaLinzer) April 6, 2015
Chloe Angyal — Writer for OpEd Project and Feministing
There are absolutely no winners in the RS debacle. None. Except rapists & their apologists, whose lives have just been made so much easier.
— Chloe Angyal, PhD (@ChloeAngyal) April 6, 2015
It’s a shame that these individuals have zero sympathy for men who were charged for a crime they didn’t commit. Their efforts will simply encourage women to come forward with bogus stories that continue to harm men.