Forbes magazine fired contributor and MIT-grad Bill Frezza over a column that he wrote on Tuesday entitled "Drunk Female Guests Are the Gravest Threat To Fraternities."
"Never, ever take a drunk female guest to your bedroom, even if you have a signed contract indicating sexual consent," wrote Frezza, noted Jezebel. "Based on new standards being promulgated on campus, all consent is null and void the minute a woman becomes intoxicated, even if she is your fiancee."
"And while a rape charge under these circumstances is unlikely to hold up in a court of law, it doesn't take much for a campus kangaroo court to get you expelled, ruining your life while saddling your fraternity with a reputation for harboring rapists," added Frezza.
Forbes spokesperson Mia Carbonell told the New York Daily News: "Mr. Frezza’s post was removed from Forbes.com almost immediately after he published it. Mr. Frezza is no longer a contributor to Forbes.com."
While Frezza has been skewered for his short-lived article by feminists, the female hosts of the Fox News show "Outnumbered" gave Frezza their support today and took his logic one step further, reports RawStory.com (video below).
“I don’t know why this writer is taking so much heat because this is actually a problem that goes on,” stated co-host Andrea Tantaros. “These girls show up at these fraternity houses. The guys, what are they supposed to do? Lock them out? ‘Hey, how are you?’ They have a couple more beers, the girl passes out, so it is a legitimate fear.”
Co-host Kirsten Powers was upset that the article was pulled off of Forbes.com, "This is our culture now. We literally cannot tolerate differing ideas."
"There is an issue of girls getting too drunk and men taking advantage of them," stated Tantaros. "However, where’s the personal responsibility for both sides?”
“If we say personal responsibility for women, the feminist go berserk,” added Tantaros. “They’re like, ‘No, we should be able to wear whatever we want, and drink as much as we want, and pass out in the streets.’”
“It makes the drunk girl completely clean no matter what happens, and again, we have to say it because some cuckoo person is going to start blogging how we are supporting women getting raped, which we do not support,” opined co-host Kirsten Powers. “And she is not guilty or any of those things, but the point is that the drunk woman is, she’s just not held accountable for anything. The drunk guy, however, is supposed to make all these amazingly perfect decisions, and not make any mistakes.”