Men’s Mag Rates Colleges: Easy Sex, Sports, Frats

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Men’s Health magazine, in its September issue, rates the 10 “best” and “worst” colleges for men in terms of policies on sexual conduct, women’s studies, overall friendliness, strong sports and solid academics. Hint: Schools lose points for “silly rules,” anti-date rape policies, “cranky” feminist studies departments and cutbacks in men’s sports for women’s equality.

The 10 most “male-friendly:” California State University at Long Beach, Davidson College, Illinois Wesleyan University, Indiana University, Lewis & Clark College, Princeton University, Texas A&M University, University of Georgia, Vanderbilt University and Washington and Lee University.

The 10 most “anti-male:” Antioch College, Bates College, Brown University, Columbia University, Dartmouth College, Georgetown University, Oberlin College, University of California at Santa Cruz, University of Massachusetts and University of Michigan.

“Can you spend four years without being denigrated? Absolutely. But it helps a lot if you choose the right school,” it says. “Ironically, the schools that most aggressively pride themselves on tolerance and diversity are often the very schools where men are demonized.”

Question: Where do they want their daughters and sisters to go?

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