It isn't, necessarily, but it could be. Never underestimate the power of music, even if it's a trite pop diddy. Colleges are run like businesses, and businesses take whatever precautions they can to prevent major incidents. Rapes are major incidents and reflect really poorly on the school. Banning a song is literally the least they could do.Well, then tell me how it is damaging.
I fail to see how a sh*tty song is damaging, and removing it would benefit everyone.
How dare people seek to tackle/remove damaging aspects of modern culture from society, for the benefit of everyone!!! It's PC gone mad I tell you!!!!
I agree that you fail to see how that might be the case.
Are you for censoring of songs that features women in a sexual manner?
Do you mean sexual objectification? It depends on the context.
In my workplace, we used to have ring knives. Little hook knives that you wore on your finger like a ring. One day, at another plant, a dude was wearing a wedding ring (which is against company policy) and it got caught on a machine and flayed his finger. The company promptly banned the ring knives. Even though he was just one in hundreds of thousands of employees, that's one too many in their eyes. They'll do whatever they can to be able to say they did all they can.
@Leviticus, Leticia, whatever: that's a little homophobic, bro. There's nothing unmasculine about sucking dick. A good portion of regular dick suckers are men, and some women even say it's empowering. It gives them control, they're being aggressive rather than submissive. Besides, dick suckery takes two people, so whatever you were trying to imply about sucker, remember that the suckee is a man, too.
It's kind of strange though, your fixation on "big willies." And your aggressive tone sounds a little frustrated to me.