This Woman Says She Was Banned From Her College Campus Because She Made Her Alleged Rapist ‘Uncomfortable’

What do you do when the system you turn to for support fails you? Or worse: what do you do when it actively works against you?

Anna Marie Rose Failla was a senior at Carnegie Mellon University when she was allegedly raped by one of her peers. She reported the incident to the university a few months later and asked them for a No Contact Agreement with her accused rapist, a document that would ensure that the two would not contact each other in any way. The university refused to comply and failed to inform Failla of any campus resources that could have helped her.

However, this all changed when Failla, now 23, returned as an alumna to an event called Carnival. She traveled 5 hours back to her university to see friends and attend theatre performances by a troupe she was once a part of. But prior to the event, Failla was contacted by CMU’s Title IX coordinator. Apparently her alleged aggressor had reached out to the Title IX office because he heard Failla would be attending the event, and now he was requesting a No Contact Agreement from her.

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Tinder Has An ‘Elite’ Version For Only The Hottest Users And Maybe You’ll Be One Of The Lucky Ones Invited

Great news, guys: Tinder found a new way to make you feel worse about yourself than ever before. Didn’t think it was possible? Well, you’re just underestimating them now.

Tinder Select is a members-only service of the app, meant for the “elite” of the Tinder world. You know, like actors, models, CEOs and, according to TechCrunch, “people who do really well on Tinder.” Basically, it’s a dating pool of incredibly hot and probably incredibly rich people. There goes my shot at romance.

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