Gotnews.com has obtained the names of two of the girls who helped disgraced rape con artist Emma Sulkowicz.
Sulkowicz perpetrated a rape fraud against the public but she didn’t do it alone.
— Teo Armus (@teoarmus) May 19, 2015
Here’s Sejal Singh. She was president of the Columbia Democrats from 2013-2014.
Singh was widely quoted in the media
Singh weighed in on the top things she wanted to take away from Columbia.
2. Women: there are sexist assholes at Columbia (and everywhere else) and they may try to tear you down. Don’t ever let that intimidate you or stop you from speaking up, because you prove them wrong every time you’re right.
3. Learn not to be a dick. Don’t worry, all incoming students are dicks – being pretentious, overly self-aware, and hyper-competitive is probably what got us all into the Ivy League in the first place. But the most important thing you can leave Columbia with is more empathy. For most of you, Class of 2019, Columbia will be the most diverse and difficult place you’ve ever been – it definitely was for me. Over the last four years, I’ve seen myself and my peers learn to love, respect, and go to bat for people who are vastly different than themselves, and do so more kindly and thoughtfully than we ever could have as first-years. When you’re older and less of a dick, try to forgive people who aren’t there yet. It’s always a learning process. [Emphasis added]
Unless, of course, you’re a man falsely accused of rape by a crazy feminist organization.
I’m sure you’re just as happy as I am that she wants to do work with the criminally accused and has worked for the New York Civil Liberties Union.
Here’s Zoe Ridolfi-Starr, the co-creator of the Carrying the Weight Together persecution campaign against Paul Nungesser.
Here’s her Twitter handle.
She’s a classy girl.
— Dana Bolger (@danabolger) May 12, 2015
Here’s a comment from someone reportedly about how she assaulted someone on campus. (Please help us find the author.)
I remember when I once counted you as a friend. Someone who supported me, and was on my side. I came to you because I thought you could understand the problems I was facing with my abusive girlfriend who kidnapped my dog, and destroyed my room. You consoled me, and told me it wasn’t my fault. Then, you tried to kiss me and unzip my pants, when I was in fucking tears before you. We wrote it off as a misunderstanding, never to speak of again..
But when I saw you at a party with mutual friends the very next fucking weekend, what happened was unforgivable. Without so much as a hello, you grabbed my face, pulled it into yours, and kissed me. When I pulled away, you bit and bloodied my lip.
When I threatened to file criminal charges for assault and pursue a disciplinary hearing through Columbia, you came to me in tears. Even when you threatened to file a counter-claim stating that I fondled you to Columbia, I was steadfast. It was only until you offered me cash to keep quiet that I acquiesced.
Reading these comments has shown me that I have done a huge disservice to the Columbia community by not coming forward with my story. For that, I apologize. I am sorry to everyone who I have indirectly hurt by not pursuing charges and instead, accepting a bribe. As you say, there’s no perfect victim. But at least I have the spine to know that what I did was wrong.
I would do anything to give back the money you gave me and come clean with my story. Maybe then, everyone would know Zoe is a blood-sucking fraud hellbent on personal gain in exchange for victims’ tears. Except I could never give you the satisfaction of knowing that you have stained my reputation if I were to make your misdeeds public.
I hope this “anonymous” post serves as a warning to all who have personal dealings with you, Zoe. You are a fraud in every sense of the word, and truly a wolf in sheep’s clothing. God knows what you have done, and so too will everyone else.
Here’s another comment calling her out:
At 1:20, Zoe goes on a rant about how she’ll do anything to make sure that campus rape is more appreciated by the administration.
She promises to harass the university president on his doorstep.
And this is what courage looks like. Here’s Sulkowicz’s victim walking on Class Day.
— Teo Armus (@teoarmus) May 19, 2015