I honestly hate to post in this thread, but I had to after reading this excerpt from the linked article.
There’s another reason that men are generally held to a higher standard during drunken sexual encounters, and it concerns the mind, not the body. In cases that involve drunk sex, even the people involved in the case are not basing their complaints on how they felt at the time—they are basing it on how they felt after. According to a report produced by investigators hired by the school, Jane ultimately decided to take the incident to Occidental when she began experiencing “emotional difficulties” in the evening’s wake. She “had difficulty concentrating, and would often ‘zone out’ for five or ten minutes at a time.” She experienced “nightmares, and intrusive thoughts.” The prospect of running into John frightened her, and when she actually saw him, she became nauseous for hours. Meanwhile, John seemed fine. According to the report, Jane “noted that he attended his classes without difficulty, and she ‘saw that he wasn’t fazed by what had happened at all.’ ”
The quote relates to why Men are usually blamed when two drunk coeds have sex. Even if both parties are equally drunk.
PS - Before posting here, I out of the blue imed a comment ("i'm reading the most blood boiling article about drinking and hookng up in college. So glad I'm out of school") to my female co-worker/buddy (though not particularly close) and now, I'm frightened that I committed sexual harrasment.