Came across this new and stupid Oxbridge fad: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/ukn...Echobox&utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Facebook A student who caused a furore when he spoke out against sexual consent workshops fears for his academic future after a fierce campus backlash. George Lawlor, 19, claims he has been driven out of lectures and bars at Warwick University by feminist campaigners who shout "rapist" wherever he goes. An article published online last month, titled Why I don't need consent lessons, went viral after he said most people "don't have to be taught not to be a rapist". Mr Lawlor posed with a sign saying "this is not what a rapist looks like" and said the invite to "consent workshops" was "the biggest insult" he had received in years. He argued that men inclined to commit rape would be unlikely to attend such a session and that organisers thought they had "saved the world" by making people attend them. But he has now revealed that the reaction became so brutal that he stopped going to lectures. The second year student said he had been attacked on Twitter and Facebook by student activists branding him a "rapist" and "misogynist". Mr Lawlor, who studies politics and sociology, said he feared the furore would affect his academic work and his future career. "I was expecting a reaction, but I was not prepared for just how horrible it was," he told the Daily Mail. "I remember putting it online and told a few people, who were saying there would be a backlash.' "The bus to university was the worst. I heard people talking to each other saying, 'I really want to hit that kid'. It got really nasty. "There was one guy messaging me on Facebook for over a week, calling me names like racist, rapist. I've stopped going to lectures and seminars because of the perceived threat." Mr Lawlor also said he was driven out of a bar in Leamington after some students overheard his friend mention his name. He published his blog post, on student news website The Tab, after being invited to an I Heart Consent workshop via Facebook. The sessions are being rolled out across the country with the aim of decreasing the number of assaults and enabling students to talk openly about consent. Oxford and Cambridge have scheduled them into freshers' timetables and other universities are running voluntary workshops. Mr Lawlor added: "When you search my name all you find is my name next to the word 'rapist'. "If you want to be a doctor or a lawyer you don't want to risk having this sort of reputation... so there's a fear that stops people talking freely." George Lawlor claims he has been driven out of lectures and bars at Warwick University Apparently, Warwick University also has special prayer halls for muslims, I am not surprised that leftists have deep control in UK politics. Coming back to debate above, the best argument by this guy- He argued that men inclined to commit rape would be unlikely to attend such a session and that organisers thought they had "saved the world" by making people attend them.