The president of Lincoln University has been forced out for daring to question the motives of students who make rape allegations.

Blake Neff of the Daily Caller reports.

Rape Comments Send University President Packing

The president of the country’s oldest degree-granting historically black college tumbled from power this week, brought low after remarks went public in which he questioned the motives of college students making rape allegations.

Robert Jennings, the president of Lincoln University in Oxford, Penn., resigned from his post late Monday. In the past two weeks, he had drawn negative attention around the country after a video surfaced of a speech he gave last September to a women-only audience at the school. In the speech, Jennings said that three women at Lincoln had made rape allegations after they had “done whatever they did with young men and then it didn’t turn out the way they wanted it to turn out.” Jennings also offended some men by suggesting that men were inherently predatory on women, saying “we will use you up if you allow us to use you up.”

The leaked video of Jennings ended with him telling female students “Don’t put yourself in a situation that would cause you to be trying to explain something that really needs no explanation had you not put yourself in that situation,” a suggestion many interpreted as victim-blaming.

After weeks of building pressure against the president, Jennings finally yielded and resigned, likely to keep himself from being fired instead.