Campus conservatives have often, jokingly, called campus feminists and social justice warriors the “rape police,” but at Sierra College, the social justice warriors took the term to heart.
Sierra’s “Feminist Action Club” is now actually issuing “citations” for what they consider to be campus harassment. When they encounter a man who makes them feel uncomfortable or threatened, they mark it on a boilerplate purple card that reads, “This is harassment! Stop the harassment.”
Campus Reform got ahold of some of the “tickets,” which read, “You have received this card because you did something that made me feel uncomfortable and/or threatened.”
Apparently, Feminist Action Club has been handing these to members at their events, encouraging campus women to not just report campus men for perceived sexual assaults, but to also inform them of a variety of offenses including, but not limited to, “invading personal space” and making noises to attract their attention.
Of course, there’s a big difference between something that makes a person “uncomfortable” and what actually constitutes “harassment”—a designation that is codified in the law, but probably not in the minds of campus feminists.
So far, the California community college has not instituted any form of punishment for students who receives these citations for their transgressions against prickly activists.