More Sorority Parties Could Mean Less Campus Rape

"As guests, women cede control of turf, transportation, and liquor," researchers say
Photographer: Thai Nguyen/Flickr

Last week, a New York Times article pitched a simple proposal for stemming campus rape: Let sororities throw parties. If women weren’t relying on fraternity members to serve booze, screen guests, and get them safely home, the thinking goes, they'd be better able to look after themselves and their party guests. 

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