Eleven days ago, the University released the results of the AAU sexual climate survey, confirming the worst for Yale’s queer community. The jarring results that one in four women experiences unwanted sexual contact during her time at Yale has forced administrators and students alike to unequivocally accept the epidemic of sexual misconduct at Yale. Acknowledging this is a start, but it is far from sufficient. The disproportionate effect on one group in particular — “other gendered” students — remains largely overlooked in the wake of the findings.
October 2, 2015