Stacey Dash and the show “Outnumbered” on Fox News discussed the proposed national ban of sororities not attending frat parties. But was their usual uncouth commentary helpful and or once again hurtful to the topic of rapes on college campuses? Here’s why they really have got to do a job better of explaining themselves and knowing that victim-shaming is never the answer.
Stacey Dash slayed us again with her ridiculous views on the world. But this time, a line might’ve been crossed. On the FOX News show Outnumbered, Dash and other news commentators talked about how the University of Virginia’s sorority sisters have been asked by national chapters to stay away from fraternity parties, a new proposal to prevent college rapes. The sororities have since protested, saying it should be their right to go where they please, and Dash challenged the notion that these girls would even know better in the first place:
“I just think it’s ridiculous, and I think that for the girls, it’s a good thing, for the good girls–or women–to be told stay home. Be safe. The other bad girls–bad women–or the ones who like to be naughty, might go out and play. And get hurt. But then the other thing about this is that it [they]…
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