Because the press is rife with leftist tools themselves, it’s almost impossible to really understand just exactly what happened here by reading the newspaper, but it was probably bad. Just how bad is anyone’s guess. Is she a victim or perp? It’s hard to tell through the lense of coerced apologies, and her status as a trifecta winner of an aggrieved class, being a black lesbian and all.
Annie Teriba, 20, a third-year history and politics student at Wadham College, resigned from her roles as people-of-colour and racial equality officer at Wadham Student Union and as editor of No HeterOx** magazine after admitting she had “failed to properly establish consent” during a sexual encounter earlier that year.
In a Facebook post, which has since been deleted, she also admitted she had inappropriately touched someone on a previous occasion.
Ms Teriba wrote: “At this year’s NUS Black Students’ Conference, I had sex with someone.
“The other party later informed me that the sex was not consensual. I failed to properly establish consent before every act. I apologise sincerely and profoundly for my actions.
“In a separate incident, in my first year of university, I was alerted to my inappropriate behaviour whilst drunk in a club, where I had touched somebody in a sexual manner without their consent. Therefore this is not an isolated incident. I apologise sincerely and profoundly for my actions.”
But her alleged victims say the apology is not good enough.
In an online statement, published on microblogging site Tumblr, they said: “We find it particularly ironic that she has been a prominent voice against the very actions she herself has committed.
“Annie has been incredibly narcissistic and has constantly attempted to centre everything on herself rather than consider the survivors and how she is impacting on them,” the statement said.
“Her initial statement was extremely inappropriate and hurtful. It read like a creative writing piece, poetically shifting the blame away from herself, and it was also rife with apologism and excuses.”
The joint statement alleges that when the victim of the alleged rape first confronted her, Ms Teriba “initially appeared shocked, but then explained that she was very drunk and that she had no recollection of any events from the night in which the incident took place”.
“She then left in a flood of tears which centred the conversation on her reaction and her feelings, rather than those of the survivor,” the statement said.