This is a very poor quality recording of a group of fraternity pledges marching about the Yale campus chanting. You should be able to make out what they're chanting, though: "No means yes, yes means anal."
These privileged man-children made it a point to march past various sororities letting the women know exactly what to expect from the Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity; the president of the frat has since apologized, calling it a "lapse in judgment".
I don't think so. I think it goes deeper than that: this was a lifelong failure, the result of a poor upbringing that generates bully-boys who think that terrorizing women with threats of rape is hilarious, and further, a culture that looks on these beasts and forgives them, urging them to go on and bring their misogynistic attitudes to their future careers as captains of industry and masters of politics.
This is not a free speech issue. Of course DKE is free to advertise the fact that they are a slimy nest of anti-woman vermin; one could even argue that they're doing everyone a favor by making it clear that their frat is the one for low-life scum. But when the Yale University administration sits quietly, waiting for the furor to die down, and when they foster such unconscionable behavior by their students, we're also free to suggest that maybe Yale isn't a fit place for our sons and daughters, and maybe that Yale degree should carry a certain amount of social stigma.
As if it weren't already bearing a mark of shame for being George W. Bush's alma mater…