Laura Ingraham hosted Dr. Steven Rhoads of UVA and Kat Timph.
Rhoads said that there have been a few positive signs as to calling out men for bad behavior.
Timph said this is the second year that a sex week is going on at University of Tennessee and decried the use of money on such fare. She said students attending these workshops are laughing at the absurdity of the programs and that students would rather have money spent on tuition reduction.
Rhoads said the wrong kind of sex education is being done and that collective action is needed to restore a dating culture.
Timph said women are made to think that they aren't feminists if they don't engage in the hook up culture and that real feminism is based on respect. Rhoads agreed and said that feminist groups are of no help when women complain of disresepctful behavior or hypersexual activityl