Film Analysis: The Hunting Ground

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Let’s open this with a question. Did you that more than 16 percent college women are sexually assaulted at college? Did you know that most of them, roughly 80 percent did not report? Did you know why? Here’s why. College administrator wants to protect the institution. Neither that the administrator wants students be harmed nor the administrator wants the harm to perpetuate, but administrator purpose is to protect the institution. He wants to make the number real low, even if it is artificial. Institution doesn’t want to be perceived as a rapist college, so they will definitely cover up the problem. People may never know this kind of news until recently. There is a story about college sexual assault survivor that caught the eye on the internet.…show more content…
This 2015 documentary is a documentary you should watch. Highly recommended. It will give you an insight of sexual assault at college grounds. What makes it different of sexual assault in college and in other ground are that we should worry about someone we know, not someone we don’t know. College sexual assault usually done by people you may know. These people might be in your classes, might be seen in the library or might be seen in several parties that you attend. These sexual assaults are happening nationwide even in great Ivy League colleges, Yale, Harvard, North Carolina, even a Catholic college like Notre Dame. And all of them turn a blind eye towards the victims. And there are no punishment given to those aggressors if they are found…show more content…
Each of them told the horrid story of the sexual assault. Most of them are women, but there are also several men. It is a shame though how a male survivor are shunned. There are these unwritten rules about how men should be strong and can fight back. However, I want to quote “When you’re scared, when you don’t know what’s happening to you, you just stay there, and you hope that you don’t die.” They are still victims, women or men alike. They don’t know what to do. They were there, experiencing something uneasy, and people still think that it is their fault not to fight back? I’ve seen a poetry slam about how people will not come to help a rape survivor if they’re male. We can’t just turn a blind eye on these cases, victims are
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