Is this where society is headed where a guy should make certain the young woman he is going to have a mutual sexual encounter with needs to have a ‘Yes” text from her before they hook up? Well, according to a former sports official at ESPN, it is better that young men like her son be safe than being innocently charged for rape. Roxanne Jones who was a vice president at ESPN and was founding editor of ESPN the Magazine felt her soon needed more than the 300 condoms she gave her son for protection, according to Penn Live.
Apparently this protective mom is not quite certain that her son will not become entangled in the wily ways of “Stupid Girls!” Her focus is zeroed in on the “Party girls and the girls who thrive on attention,” said Penn Live. Roxanne Jones not only believes that these are the type of young girls who represent trouble but these they may also be the signature type young woman to entrap young men like her son.
But can this also be a protective shield for young woman who are being exposed to young men on a college campus who are “stupid guys?” Campuses also have young men who thrive for more than attention for college women and are willing to use force to accomplish this?