Sexual Assault: Tall Men, Short Women On Dates

A sexual assault case saw testimony this week that should send chills down the spine of every sex-foot or taller male student at Missouri University.

Former Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs Cathy Scroggs and current Assistant Vice Chancellor for Civil Rights Andy Hayes argued it could be considered sexual assault for a tall male student to ask a short female student out on a date.

Hayes also insisted that tall male students call his office to get a ruling on whether the date would be based on a “legitimate purpose,” a turn of phrase from the university’s student handbook used to determine harassment.