‘Who Would You Rape?’

That’s the question posed in an online survey circulated by the Sigma Phi Epsilon brothers of the University of Vermont, as we report on The College Fix.

Gentlemanly, no?

And this news comes on the heels of a new CDC study that reports that nearly one in five U.S. women experience rape or attempted rape in their lifetimes, with the vast majority of those assaults directed at women age 25 or younger. Not exactly the kind of stats that make a father eager to send his 18-year-old daughter off to college.

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