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OMG: Today somebody walked by me and accidentally touched my ass. I realized it was most action i've received in months. School is my boyfriend now.

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  1. I wonder how many asses he accidentally touches per week. Whoops! How does that keep happening? Girls, keep your asses from my hands!

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  2. What does he look like?

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    1. Who, the "Never grab the ass" dude, or the "accidentally touched my ass" guy?

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    2. 3,3b Well the "Never grab the ass dude" is well known. Here he is as the Counselling Services representative and panelist from when
      Feds and UW host discussion on recent sexism acts.

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    3. ironies abound

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    4. which one in Imprints pic is he

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    5. hey, feminist mob, I've got bad news for you:

      http://www.cbc.ca/news/jian-ghomeshi-sexual-assault-trial-ruling-1.3505446

      this makes my day!

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    6. ^I definitely saw that coming. I'm not too concerned, everyone knows that he's definitely a woman-beater. Whether or not those women liked it, I doubt another woman who isn't into that will ever touch him...plus his career is donezo.

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    7. 3f maybe jian can interview your team. you should so hook up
      3g, yeah true

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    8. 3i that's some good advice out of Western. Thanks

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    9. I guess I'm just sort of a mess right now. Every guy I've been with since my ex and I split hasn't known "how" to handle my lady bits, because I have a gigantic fucking hideous redundant labia. I literally asked my mom when I was 11 if I used to be a boy and she had my testicles removed and that was why I had such a big "sac" between my legs.
      Nope, turns out I just have a fucking enormous labia that hides my clit and guys consequently can't find it, and as such, like to pretend it doesn't exist. They don't like to finger me, eat me out, look at my vag, nothing.
      I hate it and I would literally cut the stupid fucking things off with scissors if I didn't know it'd hurt so damn much.
      They are actually, truly, and honestly long enough to get caught in my underwear. I know I'm not just 'being self conscious' about them - they're large enough to be uncomfortable on a consistent basis.
      I dunno where I'm going with this. I just hate them and I hate that everything about me is fucking ugly. Oh hey, not only are you fat and hairy, but your feet are fucked and every time a guy sees your pussy he's gonna be like "uhhh"
      Thanks for reading about my gross vag, I guess.

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    10. 3k dude, ppl can just read past those. whatev

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    11. @3k, please don't

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  3. From the ass-grab link, UW's your boyfriend's dad. He can get you a co-op job and be your friend with benefits.

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    1. huh? I need more coffee to get this

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  4. Didn't the "notorious liar" admit to elbowing the counsellor?
    From 3i's link about Jian Ghomeshi
    "But he was fired after showing CBC officials evidence that was supposed to convince management that the bruise-making sex acts in question were consensual."

    So shouldn't UW fire her, or at the very least punish her for freely giving evidence that she elbowed him?

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    1. Facts don't care about your opinion.

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    2. 5a I don't get your point. Though I strongly disagree with 5,
      Facts are things, ideas that are real. Opinions are real too.

      People can make decisions based on their views, opinions, and interpretations of facts. People can offer suggestions for what other people should do too. It looks like that's what 5 is doing.

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  5. "Never grab the ass dude" is on Ontario's Sunshine list for 2015 of public sector workers making $100,000+. Just released today.

    Not sure but it looks like only 2 others from Counselling Services made the list:

    Last name, First name, Salary Paid, Taxable Benefits, Employer, Job title
    Ruttan, Tom, $124,641.12, $206.80, University of Waterloo, Director, Counselling
    Mackay, Dave R., $107,936.64, $417.92, University of Waterloo, Counsellor
    Reis, Johan B., $104,517.36, $566.68, University of Waterloo, Clinical Psychologist

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    1. So what's your point? He was never convicted of any crime.

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    2. 6 yeah, he's as innocent as Ghomeshi

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    3. Lying, spreading rumors and playing the victim when caught: typical feminist tools.

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    4. but the big point in the other omg, when ppl defended the nevergrabtheassdude, is that the courts already punished him. didn't that happen?

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    5. @6d yeah both are correct. He was condemned to pay punitive damages for his alleged inappropriate behavior by the Human Rights Tribunal, but after the police investigation, they concluded there wasn't enough evidence to press criminal charges. So he was punished but he wasn't convicted of any crime.

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    6. Holy fuck are we seriously gonna discuss this again??

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    7. yeah I though everything got fixed by the last one

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    8. 6e, didn't the police tell him off?

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    9. seriously, go talk about this somewhere else.

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    10. 6i wtf? this is exactly where we get to talk about this

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    11. Tumblr? Facebook? Twitter? In your living room with your feminist friends? Idk, I'm just seriously sick of your bullshit and I'm not the only one.

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    12. 6i/k excuse us for talking about where the law or UW doesn't cover off UW women's safety issues, on omgUW. sheesh

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    13. 6k, then go read the omgs on geese, or house parties, whatever.

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    14. you're trolling and spreading misinformation, there's a good reason the law isn't on your side lol

      Jian Gomeshi - innocent
      UW Counsellor - innocent

      The law has spoken, we respect the law. Deal with it.

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    15. 6n, 6k then feel free to correct the misinformation. And answer questions, say like 6h's? But if your tired go sleep. If this is bugging you so much, don't read it. It's a big internet. or read another omg. or post here just like the rest of us idk

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    16. @6j, here's what's bothering me:
      I personally don't care that you talk about this, but the fact that you're bringing it up on every thread makes it seem like it's actually a big issue. People reading this website may start believing that we have a "women's safety" problem on our campus, and this is how we end up paying for retarded things such as WPIRG or the Women's Center.

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    17. 6p, have you heard about the Streisand effect? From wiki:

      The Streisand effect is the phenomenon whereby an attempt to hide, remove, or censor a piece of information has the unintended consequence of publicizing the information more widely, usually facilitated by the Internet.

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    18. 6r, how do you do links?

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    19. 6p yes there is a women's safety issue on our campus, and in pubs where we go. Some instances or incidents are symptoms of a wider cause or climate. Dealing with it rather than turning a blind eye to it is a better way to reduce the incidents. Yes and make our women (young and old) safer here.

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    20. I don't have a problem with funding small teams with the power to research dissenting views. Especially on a university campus. Otherwise it becomes too Harper-style and monolithic. No dissenting views allowed.

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  6. I would so trust either of them to mentor my girlfriend at work

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    1. uh which "either", Jian Ghomeshi, "never grab the ass" dude, or "accidentally touched my ass" guy

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    2. 7 here. Was thinking of the first two.

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  7. Maybe a lesson for UW in this ... on the courts compared to an employer's values.
    From CBC spokesperson Chuck Thompson earlier this week:
    “The charges that were before the court in this trial are unrelated to our decision to terminate Mr. Ghomeshi’s employment with the CBC. Based on the evidence that came to our attention, Mr. Ghomeshi’s actions were not compatible with the values of the public broadcaster, nor with our employee code of conduct. Irrespective of the judge’s ruling on Thursday, we stand by our decision.”

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  8. There are wide differences in values, senses of safety, what's right, what people get away with through criminal costs and tribunals

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    1. what evidence gets considered, what different ppl know

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    2. I think public reporting of some bad stuff here gets suppressed. Because it would make UW or influential staff look worse. So the reaction to this statement is it's a paranoid or conspiracy theory view.

      People ask for proof, to be proved in court. But UW can throw a privacy and confidentiality blanket over almost anything it doesn't want to get out and public.

      That keeps us from knowing and properly being able to scrutinize UW's and it's staffs behavior. In light of what does come out, against UW's strongest efforts to suppress, there's no basis for trust.

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    3. When staff pick up on UW's suppressive ways, for whatever reason.

      Maybe to protect a friend and co-workers reputation, or for job security or advancement, or to fit in, in say a strong political work clique, they can avoid saying known unmentionables, or pick up what seems like just a custom, habit, or practice in a department or team. In some cases these habits can be harmful.
      To an individual directly, or indirectly to the team if it became public.

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