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Some agreed with Patton, or felt the issue was too complicated to just offer a blanket rejection of her views.

He had told me that watching my videos made him happy and miss America.Like lots of people, Julie List had seen what a fellow Princeton alumna, Susan Patton, had to say in her book about the importance of finding a man at college. “She’s basically telling these young women that it’s their fault that they got raped.” List and a group of alumni from the class of ’78 wrote a letter to the editor, published in the Daily Princetonian, objecting to Patton’s views and to having them linked to the university name. Patton had touched a nerve — one that was raw not only at Princeton, by any means, but around the country. But when she heard that Patton, who has become known as “the Princeton Mom,” had said some date rapes weren’t rape so much as clumsy hookups that could be a “learning experience” for women, List couldn’t take it. I was boiling mad,” said List, a therapist in New York, after hearing about Patton’s December interview on CNN.Patton said some of her comments have been misunderstood: “I have never said that rape is a learning experience. It’s a wake-up call to use better judgment moving forward.What I said is when women drink a little bit, get a little tipsy, have consensual sex with a man they know they shouldn’t have had sex with and wake up in the morning and think, ‘Oh my God, what did I do? To call it rape is an insult to victims of actual rape.” Ann Daniels, one of the alumni who wrote the letter, said hearing someone advise women to just get up and leave set the whole conversation back.