Lincoln University president Robert R. Jennings offered up some insane fatherly advice in a speech where he discussed "rape" on college campuses. It's pretty sick.
November 10, 2014

I'm not sure why conservatives have rallied around becoming "rape deniers," but they have and as it spreads throughout the conservarazzi, it's also leaking onto college campuses.

This time it's the president of Lincoln University:

With an auditorium full of female students, Lincoln University president Robert R. Jennings offered the sort of fatherly advice he believes many of them need when it comes to sex and men.

"We have, we had, on this campus last semester three cases of young women who after having done whatever they did with young men and then it didn't turn out the way they wanted it to turn out, guess what they did," he began. "They went to Public Safety and said, 'He raped me.' "

His comments came back in September, at Lincoln's annual All Women's Convocation. The historically black university in Chester County holds separate convocations for women and men, an annual tradition started by the 63-year-old president to mentor each group in matters of behavior, dress, health - and sexual encounters.

He went on to warn that such allegations can ruin a young man's life: "Don't put yourself in a situation that would cause you to be trying to explain something that really needs no explanation had you not put yourself in that situation."

What the hell is he talking about? Yes, rape can ruin a young man's life because he's a criminal, but he forgets that a young woman's life is ruined too as a victim of a heinous crime! And I wonder what he thinks the ladies are looking for when he said things "didn't turn out the way they wanted it to turn out?" Were they expecting a big diamond ring afterward?

In his speech he also cautioned the ladies not to be used up by men, or something:

In the video, Jennings also warns women not to "allow [men] to use you up" and discourages them from leveling allegations of rape that could ruin a male student's future.

Jennings told the Inquirer that his remarks were taken out of context in the video, but he stood by his statement that the three women he spoke about during the convocation falsely reported their alleged rapes out of revenge.

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