July 9, 2015

THESE REALLY ARE THE CRAZY YEARS: Fox’s Megyn Kelly, Brit Hume discuss college sex contracts.

Fox News host Megyn Kelly again discussed the issue of campus sexual assault on her program Tuesday, noting how activists are now passing out “consent contracts” to college students.

Kelly began the segment by reporting that New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed into law the notorious “yes means yes” policies for all colleges and universities (even private ones) in the state.

Kelly then brought on Fox News senior correspondent Brit Hume to discuss the consent contracts, which were reported on by the Washington Examiner earlier in the day.

“Everyone wants to diminish sexual assault on college campuses,” Kelly said. “But it has gotten to the point of ridiculousness. Where now, they want verbal consent every step of the way — so it’s like, you start the kissing and then it progresses and there should still be a ‘yes’ and a ‘yes’ and a ‘yes’ and a ‘yes’ and a ‘yes.’ ”

Hume suggested such “new plans” for sex are being written by people “who have never had any sex.”

“It was the culmination of the deregulation of sex,” Hume said. “Now what we’re seeing is that, those people don’t particularly like some of the results of that — or what they see as the results of that — and they’re trying to re-regulate it, and that’s where we are.”

Related: “I suddenly realized what’s happening. This is a stand-in for a wedding ceremony.”

Made in mockery of marriage, as Sauron made the orcs in mockery of the elves.