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Alarming rate Baylor administrators did very little to help victims and their assailants rarely faced discipline for their abhorrent behaviorFinally after a pair of high profile criminal cases involving football players an independent examination of Baylor's handling of allegations of sexual assault led to sweeping changes including the unprecedented ouster of its president athletics director and popular highly successful football coachFor several years campuses and sports teams across the country have been plagued with accusations of sexual violence and they've been criticized for how they responde. This book will outrage youAnd it shouldFrom a Baylor regent who demands in an email that women students he saw drinking at a party be expelled calling them perverted little tarts to the football player who describes an alleged gang rape as a fuck around and beyond Violated joins a canon of books about sex assault on college campusesYes the football team is at the heart of the rape culture at Baylor But this book also illustrates how a Baptist run school ignored allegations of sexual assault in part to protect football but also in total denial that students drank and had sex in violation of the Christian inspired honor codeMy uestion How many of these books must be written before we address a culture where assault victims shoulder the blame and boys will be boysFull disclosure Co author Paula Lavigne is a close friend

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ViolatedD to the students involved But Baylor stands out A culture reigned in which people believed that any type of sex especially violent non consensual sex simply doesn't happen here Yet it was happening Many people within Baylor's leadership knew about it And they chose not to actPaula Lavigne and Mark Schlabach weave together the complex and at times contradictory narrative of how a university and football program ascending in national prominence came crashing down amidst the stories of woman after woman coming forward describing their assaults and a university system they found indifferent to their pai. This is an important topic but a terrible source Lavigne Schlabach and espn in general have discredited themselves as journalists by printing uncorroborated stories unproven rumors and innuendo to attack college officials' integrity without proof all to score ratings points off the Nassar scandal which is sickening Just today they publicly named a young collegian who is under investigation but hasn't been charged and may never be charged This is yellow journalism and mud slinging For a much better read on the subject I recommend Missoula by John Krakauer a journalist with some ethics

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Violated characters ë eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ½ In Violated two ESPN investigative reporters provide readers with a shocking narrative of sexual crimes committed against women and a university's culture that kept them uietThroughout its history Baylor University has presented itself as something special As the world's largest BaptiIn Violated two ESPN investigative reporters provide readers with a shocking narrative of sexual crimes committed against women and a university's culture that kept them uietThroughout its history Baylor University has presented itself as something special As the world's largest Baptist university it was unabashedly Christian It condemned any sex outside of marriage and drinking alcohol was grounds for dismissal Students weren't even allowed to dance on campus until 1996During the last several years however Baylor officials were hiding a dark secret Female students were being sexually assaulted at an. I received an ARC of this book from NetGalley in exchange for my honest review It is incomprehensible how an entire university and local police department could be so blind to sexual abuse The football team will get the majority of the headlines and they certainly earned their headlines but the controversy spreads across the entire campus and administration Reading these accounts is sickening and what makes it even worse is how little compassion these victims received from the police and university In many instances the response exacerbated the negative impact of the crimes This book should serve as a warning to university administrators across the country of what not to do It also should be used as a case study as how important a uality Title IX coordinator and policy is for an universityHopefully the release of this book and other similar articles will assist in bringing change to how individuals react to sexual assault