Steven Crowder back on Texas Christian University campus, counseling now available for triggered snowflakes

On October 2 Steven Crowder posted the above video. Crowder went to Texas Christian University (TCU) and set up his “Change My Mind” table. The goal was to have students discuss the myth of rape culture with him and convince him that “rape culture” does exist in this country.

The video is long yet offers a glimpse into the mindset of college students today. Some of my favorite statements from these young skulls of mush:

  • “I’m honestly not talking about empirical data at all, and I don’t think we should look at it. Empirical data is bullsh*t.
  • “I usually believe the woman until proven otherwise.” (Said by a male student who doesn’t believe that’s how our laws should work but we should believe her for the “most part.”)
  • Crowder later accuses said male student of an act and the male student says, “Where’s your evidence? Crowder: “Why does that matter?” Male student: “You have to have evidence.”
  • Later in this exchange Crowder tells male student:“You did say believe the women until otherwise.” The male student says you need to “disprove” the accusation.
  • Crowder explains due process. The male student then says, “I think I might have misspoken.”
  • Crowder has another discussion with a different male student who really doesn’t want to discuss rape culture. He would rather discuss the method of dialogue that Crowder chose.
  • This male student has a hard time “articulating” rape culture because it’s very complicated.
  • Crowder tries to get him to explain the nuances of rape culture and this male student eventually says,“I’m not going to be able to articulate it, I don’t have any facts, I don’t have figures, I don’t have anything.”
  • The male student later says, “My point was, I really didn’t want to talk about rape culture, because I’m not prepared, I don’t know what to say about it. I don’t know how to articulate that I think it’s an issue. I don’t even know how to tell you I came to think it’s an issue. It’s just something I learned along the way.

Keep in mind that these students voluntarily sat down with Crowder for a conversation. They made that choice.

Yet because of Crowder’s mere presence, the kids now might require counseling. TCU tweeted the following:

  • “Today, Steven Crowder chose to challenge our students on a public sidewalk in front of the university. While the Constitution gives him the right to express his views, the sentiments he expressed do not align with TCU’s values.”
  • His views adversely affected many members of our campus community. The health and safety of the Horned Frog Family is of utmost importance and we encourage individuals to contact campus resources for support. https://counseling.tcu.edu  https://titleix.tcu.edu/  https://campuslife.tcu.edu

Oh you precious snowflakes. It’s pathetic that TCU thinks students need counseling services over someone setting up a table asking for a discussion.

Think about this: These kids now might need counseling because they heard an opinion that’s different from theirs.

After watching this video, I think many can agree that the government indoctrination system has been a success.

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Maryaha
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Maryaha

TCU needs to remove “Christian” from their name because they clearly aren’t.

I’m old enough to remember when young high schoolers could hold debates, and we didn’t require any counseling afterwards. We had debate teams that met outside of regular school classes to practice and even had fun doing it. The dumbing down of America has taken quite a toll on young people.

Dr. Eowyn
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Wait till these college students enter the real world of work, and discover their employers will not treat them like delicate flowers and snowflakes. By the way, I have a pet peeve: I live in a college town. Young people no longer walk like young people. Instead, they walk s-l-o-w-l-y, especially in crosswalks. I’m decades older, but walk twice/thrice as fast as they do. If we’re walking in the same direction, I always overtake them, never vice versa. Nor do they look right and left before crossing. They just step into the crosswalk, sublimely confident that cars will stop for… Read more »

Jurist
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Jurist

If there were a rape culture, we would see it, rather than needing to be told about it.

the postman
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The girl (woman?) in the video is now the new “poster child” of snowflakes.

Mist'ears Mom
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Mist'ears Mom

I love Louder with Crowder. He is always polite has his facts down and tries to have a “conversation” which is what these snowflakes are constantly parroting to us.
Yet when given the opportunity they act like the spoiled, coddled (helicopter parents & trophies for everyone) fools/children that they are.
Rape culture – lol, another manufactured crisis courtesy of the radical feminists. I despise these women.

Lophatt
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Lophatt

It is certainly true that the indoctrination is a success. They simply don’t care that they are illogical and misinformed. What “matters” is that they are “accepted”. They are like packs of monkeys. You can rile them up, get them doing the ape dance, and turn them loose. When someone tries to appeal to their common sense or logic they need counseling. Now, consider how many took out loans and saved thousands of dollars to send their little darlings away to be indoctrinated like someone in one of Chairman Mao’s work camps. Consider too that many of the professors and… Read more »

TrailDust
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This is what makes up a lynch mob. In this shrill environment, to be accused is to be found guilty. Rape is a crime, not a culture.