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Feminist Majority Foundation v. Hurley

Feminist student group at University of Mary Washington seeks changes to the school’s policies on sexual assault, provokes the wrath of fellow students by opposing authorization of male-only fraternities and seeking punishment of the men’s rugby team (which had performed an offensive chant at a party off campus). Fourth Circuit (over a dissent): The feminist group’s complaint, alleging the school violated Title IX by failing to protect them from student-on-student sexual harassment, should not have been dismissed.


Tags: 2018, Fourth Circuit, Sexual Assault, Title IX

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