DeVos Sympathizes with the Accused and Not the Victims in Campus Rape Policies 

Ms. Jackson represented sexual assault victims as a private lawyer before joining the Education Department. She is best known for her involvement in attacks against Hillary Clinton during the presidential campaign, when she elevated women who had accused former President Bill Clinton of sexual assault or harassment, while denouncing women who accused Mr. Trump of such behavior.

…Catherine E. Lhamon, who led the Education Department’s civil rights office from August 2013 through December 2016, called Ms. Jackson’s claims that investigators were told to fish for violations “patently, demonstrably untrue.” For the department to distinguish between violent and nonviolent assaults in investigations, she added, “portrays a profound misunderstanding of Title IX.”
Ms. Lhamon said investigations under her tenure turned up “jaw-dropping degrees of noncompliance” with sexual assault law.

Well, duh! She works for the pussy grabbing cheeto, of course she is ont he side of rapists and not victims.

Ryan: House will modernize dress code

Some female Capitol Hill journalists have recently been barred from entering the Speaker’s lobby, the private hallway connected to the House chamber, because they were wearing sleeveless dresses or open-toed shoes. That sparked complaints from reporters about selective enforcement of the dress code, which only calls for professional attire.

Ryan’s announcement came a day after Rep. Martha McSally (R-Ariz.) ridiculed the dress code during a speech on the House floor, saying she was dressed professionally, “which happens to be a sleeveless dress and open-toes shoes.”

“We also don’t need to bar otherwise accepted contemporary business attire, so look for a change on that soon.”

Ryan: House will modernize dress code | TheHill



Congresswoman urges colleagues to “bare arms” for “Sleeveless Friday” 

This comes a day after Speaker Paul Ryan announced that he is looking to modernize the dress code in the House, which was inspired by a viral CBS News story …about several female reporters who were kicked out of the Speaker’s lobby recently because they were wearing sleeveless dresses and their shoulders weren’t covered. While the supposed policy is not new, it’s been inconsistently enforced and has not been precisely outlined in the rulebooks.

The only existing House rule says that men are required to wear a coat and tie and women are supposed to wear “appropriate attire.” 

Congresswoman urges colleagues to “bare arms” for “Sleeveless Friday” in the House – CBS News