Today's award goes to a Texas college student. PJ Media reports:
Jessica Jin, a University of Texas student with the clarity of mind and purpose that only a college student could possess, thinks it is just wrong that in 2016 she will be able to carry a handgun to class but will have to leave her dildo back at the dorm.
So she’s organizing a protest for August 2016 during which students can show they share her belief by strapping a dildo to their book bags, their belts, wherever they chose, and brazenly carrying their sex toys into class, sitting beside students who may be packing Glocks.
“The State of Texas has decided that it is not at all obnoxious to allow deadly concealed weapons in classrooms, however it DOES have strict rules about free sexual expression, to protect your innocence,” Jin wrote on her group’s Facebook page. “You would receive a citation for taking a DILDO to class before you would get in trouble for taking a gun to class. Heaven forbid the penis.”
In fact, the Campus (Dildo) Carry Facebook page Jessica is using to organize this protest is also using the hashtag #CocksNotGlocks as a rallying cry.
There's more at the link.
Inspired (?) by Ms. Jin's campaign, I began looking up similarities between dildos and firearms, and was surprised at some of the results.
- Yes, one can cock many handguns, but that's not what the expression means.
- Yes, a revolver can refer to a type of handgun or a type of dildo. (Do a search on that at your own peril.)
- Jezebel reminds us to 'Treat Your Guns Like You'd Treat Your Dildos'.
- When a cop refers to his 'nightstick', he usually doesn't mean a portion of the male anatomy (or a facsimile thereof).
- When the justice system sentences miscreants to penal servitude, it's not spelt 'penile' and it doesn't mean that.
- As for taking a dildo to class, would that be a teaching aid or a teacher's aid? (I would never, ever describe it as a teacher's pet.)
Moonbats . . . gotta love 'em!