Kavanaugh’s Fraternity Was Banned From Campus For “No Means Yes” Chant

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The Delta Kappa Epsilon chapter at Yale University was banned for five years in 2011 for its treatment of women.

The Delta Kappa Epsilon chapter at Yale University — a fraternity Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh belonged to in the 1980s — was banned from the campus for five years in 2011 for its treatment of women.

Via Yale Daily News:

[S]ince Kavanaugh’s graduation in 1987, DKE’s reputation for mistreating women at Yale has only grown. Yale banned DKE from campus for five years in 2011 after videos circulated of fraternity recruits chanting “no means yes, yes means anal” in front of the University’s Women’s Center.

And this spring, the University launched an investigation into the fraternity’s sexual climate after reports in the Yale Daily News and Business Insider documented sexual assault allegations against more than half a dozen members, including the fraternity’s former president.

Kavanaugh was part of another group during his time at Yale with a similar reputation:

Kavanaugh also belonged to Truth and Courage, one of Yale’s secret societies for seniors. Among some students, the all-male club, which was popular with athletes, was known by the nickname “Tit and Clit.”

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