Archive for the ‘sexual harassment’ Tag

After Night of Drunken Sex, COEDS CHARGE EACH OTHER WITH RAPE!   1 comment

By C. Michael Forsyth

MELBOURNE, Australia — When college sophomore Cathy Banyerson woke up nude in bed next to Melissa Wencraft, she realized to her horror that she’d been plied with alcohol and coerced into a night of lesbian sex. So she rushed to school officials and filed sexual harassment charges against her abuser.

Meanwhile, when Melissa Wencraft awoke after the booze-fueled night of passion and realized SHE had been sexually abused, she marched over to the administration building and filed charges against Cathy.

The bizarre case on the campus of 150-year-old Havenbrook College has legal experts scratching their heads.

“The two students have each brought the other up on exactly the same charges,” says law professor Gordon H. Berns. “Each young woman seems to be equally right and equally wrong. Even Solomon’s head would be spinning right now.”

But to hardnosed school officials at Havenbrook — which has one of the strictest anti-sexual harassment policies in the country — the correct course of action is crystal clear.

“If both students have violated our Code of Conduct, then both will be punished,” declared Dean Margaret Thinswift. “The victims in each of the two cases will receive appropriate counseling.”

HAVENBROOK College has been rocked by sexual harassment case.

Havenbrook’s code is based on the ground-breaking zero-tolerance anti-sexual harassment policy put in place at America’s Antioch College in the 1990s. Under pressure from campus feminists, the Antioch rules have been adopted in countless colleges in the U.S., Canada, Great Britain and Australia.

According to the Havenbrook College Code of Conduct, a student must receive “verbal authorization” from the other party before initiating any sexual contact, even a peck on the cheek or an affectionate touch on the forearm. The student must then ask permission before each and every succeeding step, and wait to hear a clear “Yes” before continuing — all the way up to intercourse.

“Failure to obtain prior verbal consent is a violation of the Code of Conduct,” the Student Guidebook warns.

Students found guilty of a violation face punishment ranging from suspension to expulsion. A date has not yet been set for the coeds’ appearances in separate hearings before a disciplinary committee, made up of peers and faculty, that will decide their fate.

HAPPIER TIMES: College students Cathy (left) and Melissa (right) considered themselves good pals before the shocking incident.

Both Cathy and Melissa insist they’re not lesbians.

“I’m not like that — I‘m strictly dickly,” maintains 18-year-old Cathy. “I thought Melissa was my friend, but she totally betrayed my trust. I never gave her permission to have sex with me.”

Says Melissa, 19, “I don’t want to offend my friends on the golf team, but I was raised a Christian and I believe homosexuality is a sin. What Cathy did made me feel very, very dirty.”

Cathy remembers little about the night in question. She recalls hanging out at a frat party where she drank four pina coladas and a whiskey sour, then washed them down with a glass of wine.

“Melissa had about six beers,” she recalls. “We were doing a real sexy grinding kind of dance with each other for the benefit of a bunch of guys who were in a circle around us, clapping and hooting. You could tell they were getting turned on and one really cute guy gave me a thumbs up. I remember thinking, ‘Can you spell H-O-O-K-U-P?’ ”

Sadly, that’s not how things turned out. The next thing Cathy knew it was morning and she had a splitting hangover.

“I woke up stark naked in my dorm room with Melissa on top of me, also naked,” recalls still-shaken Cathy. “She had a smile on her face like the cat that ate the canary. My whole skin smelled of her. When it dawned on me what had happened I shoved her off me and hopped up shrieking ‘Eeew! Eeew! Eeew!’ ”

Melissa’s reaction was equally visceral.

“When I realized I’d been victimized, I literally puked,” she remembers.

Cathy’s attorney Ralph Hallis is convinced his client is in the right, but admits that proving that will be an uphill battle.

“I’d give anything to have a videotape of what went on in that dorm room that night,” he says.

Copyright C. Michael Forsyth

If you enjoyed this mind-bending story by C. Michael Forsyth, check out his collection of bizarre news, available on Kindle and in other eBook formats.

Bizarre News Cover 5.


While promoting my horror novel Hour of the Beast at New York Comic Con I was interviewed by CAC-TV. The result is fairly hilarious as I display some of the items in my booth, from the arrowhead used by Geronimo to kill the Werewolf of Willow Creek to a Werewolf Bite Emergency Kit.
To view, click HERE.

The author of this article has written a critically acclaimed horror novel. The Horror Fiction Review gives Hour of the Beast “two thumbs up and a lusty howl at the moon.”

You can check out Hour of the Beast at or save $4 by clicking HERE.


Secretary best

BENT ON SUCCESS: To get ahead, a worker must prove she is an asset to the firm.

By C. Michael Forsyth

NEW BRUNSWICK, Conn. — All the female employees at a large New England manufacturing firm are suing their boss for sexual harassment — because the lecherous creep makes them work bending over!

Accusers charge that the bizarre office policy of Milton Hamberby, owner of Hamberby Office Products, is “degrading” and reduces them to sex objects.

“This isn’t a matter of keeping some ‘important files’ in a bottom drawer so a boss can leer at a secretary’s derriere,” says feminist attorney Courtney Wakenfall. “This is an official, company-wide policy that affects everyone from the receptionist to the female factory workers on the assembly line.”

Hamberby, a 65-year-old grandfather of eight, angrily rejects the claim and cites studies that show employees are far more productive when they work bent over.

“I’ve been manufacturing ergonomically designed products for the past 35 years — but hey, maybe these women’s lib lawyers know more than me,” he told reporters bitterly.

One long-term worker, who asks that her name not be used, says that when she took the job in 2002 and read about the unconventional policy in the employee handbook, she initially thought it was a joke.

“Then I noticed that every woman in the office was bent over at the waist, whether it was to type at a computer terminal, talk to customers on the phone or lay out advertising materials.”

At first the new hire was a bit uncomfortable abiding by the office policy.

“Mr. Hamberby’s desk is positioned so he can see you wherever you are. It was embarrassing being bent over all the time because he got an eyeful of your caboose. I often had the creepy feeling that he was staring at me — but whenever I glanced back, he’d give this enthusiastic grin and a big thumbs up, like I was doing a good job.

“After a few months I just got used to it and working with my rear end pointing skyward became second nature.”

But for years, women grumbled among themselves about the policy. The straw that broke the camel’s back came last July when the boss loudly chewed out a 22-year-old proofreader in full view of her colleagues, for not bending over “far enough” while checking over ad copy. The humiliated worker was reduced to tears, and by week’s end the women had banded together to file the $8 million suit.

Among the charges in the 11-page lawsuit, it is alleged that the women risk back injury by toiling eight hours a day in the awkward position. Hamberby’s retort is to point out that women who “are over 45, pregnant or obese” are exempt from the rule — as are all males.

To the women’s attorney, that just proves her point.

“This sleazy, unreconstructed male chauvinist pig is interested in only one thing,” Wakenfall says. “That is feasting his eyes on as much young, female backside as humanly possible.”


Copyright C. Michael Forsyth

If you enjoyed this mind-bending story by C. Michael Forsyth, check out his collection of bizarre news, available on Kindle and in other eBook formats.

Bizarre News Cover 5.

The Horror Fiction Review gives this writer’s novel Hour of the Beast “two thumbs up and a lusty howl at the moon.”

To check out Hour of the Beast visit or save $4 by ordering it from

%d bloggers like this: