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"They were being chanted on more than just two campuses in Canada, I can tell you that," she said. On February 10th, Anne Marie Roy, president of the Student Federation of the University of Ottawa, was sent screenshots of a chat that had taken place earlier in the month between two student federation board members and several other students who are either elected to or participate in various faculty associations. And she told francophone students that she was from Trois-Rivières but she moved to Southern Ontario when she was five years old. Alex Larochelle: Hahaha I heard she has syphilis Alexandre Giroux: Well look hahhahahah Alex Larochelle: But those get treated bro lol. Not a comment on how they do their job, but graphic fantasies about how they should be sexually degraded. Try to picture, for a moment, a female candidate saying that her opponent is going to eat her out, or that she’s going to “punish” him with her vagina. And yet, this is the kind of thing that women are subjected to all the time; the truth is that no matter how far we might think we’ve come, no matter how many female CEOs there might be, the belief that women are little more than a collection of fuck-holes persists. What’s even worse is that events like these are nearly always downplayed. These are the people that the students look up to, that they use as a sort of moral compass to navigate university life."Sometimes, I hear students say, 'I raped that exam,'" she said, which "plays down the impact and the gravity of what it actually means." Still, she is pleased with the U of O's response so far, and stressed that all campuses face similar issues.At least one student told her he heard chants resembling those at Saint Mary's and the University of British Columbia during the U of O's frosh festivities. Until further notice, team members can attend classes and academic activities, but are barred from sports and athletic facilities. Charette would not say when they knew of the alleged incident or whether they're being paid.More information is available about Child Pornography. Often times, youth don’t think about consequences and they sometimes don’t understand the full effects and potential dangers from posting content about themselves online.In many cases, teens share these photos while in a relationship with someone but in reality, these relationships don’t often last forever.
In addition to this, technology is always evolving and parents don’t always know what their children are downloading or what the latest online trend is.
And there has been considerable concern on campuses over the way some students regard sexual violence, especially after peers at two other Canadian universities were caught belting out offensive chants about non-consensual sex during orientation activities last fall. This is a top priority," said U of O communications director Patrick Charette.
But he referred detailed questions to police, declining to describe the nature of the incident or to say how many players were involved.
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