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Campus (Dildo) Carry Protest Planned at University of Texas

Campus (Dildo) Carry Protest Planned at University of Texas

Move over #PissForEquality, #CocksForGlocks is coming to a campus near you

Longhorn alumna Jessica Jin plans to protest campus carry in a somewhat unconventional way — by organizing a “Campus (Dildo) Carry” protest at the University’s Austin campus. Jin graduated from the University of Texas last year with a degree in violin performance.

Campus carry, a law that extends concealed carry privileges to license holders on university campuses, was signed into law by Texas Governor Abbott this year.

Using the social media hashtag, #CocksNotGlocks, participants are encouraged to wield dildos to demonstrate the absurdity of campus carry.

Yeah, we don’t get it either.

Organizer Jin wrote on the event’s official Facebook page:

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. 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.

…Starting on the first day of Long Session classes on August 24, 2016, we are strapping gigantic swinging dildos to our backpacks in protest of campus carry.

ANYBODY can participate in solidarity: alum, non-UT students, people outside of Texas. Come one dildo, come all dildos.

“You’re carrying a gun to class? Yeah well I’m carrying a HUGE DILDO.”

Just about as effective at protecting us from sociopathic shooters, but much safer for recreational play.

#CocksNotGlocks

Facebook chatting with the Houston Chronicle, Jin explained why she chose sex toys as a second amendment protest:

Q: Why dildos of all things?

A: Firstly, it is just plain funny. A campus bobbing with dildos is the stuff of every prankster’s dreams. It’s also self aware. We’re all a bunch of dildos for allowing this debate to go on for so long.
Another thing: it spotlights the masturbatory nature of the power which people derive from gun ownership, and the self aggrandizing “I’m one of the good ones, I’ll protect you” arguments we’re so often expected to simply trust.
Additionally, the dildo has proven itself to be interesting fodder for commentary on what our society does and does not consider “obscene.” The narratives surrounding sexuality (or just dildos, in this case) and guns are more intertwined than one would expect, and more similarities seem to unfold every minute. They each have the power to instantly masculate or emasculate at a moment’s notice. Some shootings in this past year can even be traced straight back to sexual repression. Dildos and guns are in it together for the long haul.

Q: What’s the ideal outcome?

A: I need this proliferation of dildos to offer people a visual representation of what it would be like if we all carried guns. It should look ridiculous to you. That is the point. This is America; if guns and bloodshed don’t wake people up, a public celebration of sexuality may just do the trick. We’re going to need a lot of dildos.

If our country continues in the direction it’s headed, everyone will eventually have to carry in order to protect any semblance of freedom or equality. We clearly already can’t trust each other, and that mistrust is perpetuating a self-defeating escalation of gun ownership in America. Life in a fully armed society resembles something more like a fear-based hellhole than the land of the free, if you ask me.

Students attending the protest are unlikely to face punitive measures by the University, according to the Houston Chronicle:

“University of Texas students are free to express themselves peacefully on all issues and this appears to be an example of political speech,” Susswein said. “We ask that the conversations around this issue always remain civil and urge students to be part of the ongoing discussion about how to implement the campus carry law at UT Austin.”

Pretty much this:

You know what they say — never bring a dildo to a gun fight. Well, they don’t say that, but someone probably should.

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Comments

holdingmynose | October 12, 2015 at 2:36 pm

Suppose that, prior to this announced demonstration, a male student had gone to classes with an “enormous dildo” attached to his backpack. He would have beed brought up before the university Kangaroo Court for sexual harassment, micro aggression, trigger warning, dog whistle, etc.

“A: I need this proliferation of dildos to offer people a visual representation of what it would be like if we all carried guns. It should look ridiculous to you.”

Guess Jessica doesn’t quite get what the word “concealed” means in “concealed carry”.

    About half the campus already carries their cock concealed to class every day.

    I suppose one doesn’t learn much in the way of critical thinking while earning a degree in “violin performance.”

    DINORightMarie in reply to gulfbreeze. | October 12, 2015 at 6:31 pm

    Hahaha! My thoughts exactly!!

    I guess they want guns to be OPEN CARRY now, based on this “open carry” protest, right?! 😉

— never bring a dildo to a gun fight.

That’s true, Kemberlee. But to be fair, it’s probably not a good idea to bring a gun to an orgy.

At an orgy, the only thing you want going off is…..well, not a gun.

“Jin graduated from the University of Texas last year with a degree in violin performance.”

The mind reels…

I wonder if the guys are allowed to carry the working parts of their Sexbot 5000s…

lol, you snagged one of my favorite Indiana Jones scenes, thanks 🙂

Failure to mature.

That said, it is peculiar to advertise you are an eligible victim. It is immoral to force others to share your fate.

it spotlights the masturbatory nature of the power which people derive from gun ownership, and the self aggrandizing “I’m one of the good ones, I’ll protect you” arguments we’re so often expected to simply trust

My primary reason for carrying is not to protect you, honey. To be frank, that’s kind of a masturbatory assumption on your part. It’s to protect me. Sumdood tries to break into your sorority house or wrangle you into his car on that quiet poorly-lit street behind the library, you go right ahead and wave your dildo at him. Let me know how that works out for you.

    Loren in reply to Amy in FL. | October 12, 2015 at 3:57 pm

    Well said.

    At my permit to carry class, they emphasized that the permit was not a junior g-man or cop permit. And in fact what we might see as an abduction, might be a plain cloths cop effecting an arrest of a prostitution suspect.

Must not be too many jobs for graduates with degrees in ‘violin performance’;

Shameless fool Jin has way too much time on her hands.

    Gremlin1974 in reply to clafoutis. | October 12, 2015 at 7:22 pm

    Yep, with that degree she can’t even teach music, except as a private instructor. So unless she can get a chair with a orchestra she has a useless degree.

    It may be an indication of her success as a musician that she has time to organize little events such as this.

    I would like to propose that someone make an event on the same day to photograph students with their dildos and to send pictures of those students to their proud parents.

Which Symphony Orchestra has hired Ms Jessica Jin to perform? First Chair? Or is she in a Quartet? ‘Now ‘head’lining Ms JJ performing the Nutcracker suite….’ Lots of material here. Let’s see how she carries this childishness into her professional real-world career.

I think a more appropriate date for this event w/b August 1, 2016 – 50 years to the day when Charles Whitman killed 13 people and wounded 30 others from the Top of the UT Tower.

Don’t plan t/b in Austin when Texas’ Campus Concealed Carry law becomes operational, but I know 40 Acres w/b safer than Virginia Tech and many other colleges where GFZ offers murderers plenty of unarmed victims,

G-d Bless Texas, the wisdom of the 84th Legislature, and the courage of our Governor to re-introduce Texas to the 2A in a form closer to what our Founders gave us.

I kinda wanna be there just to witness the best and worst pickup lines.

just a couple of questions/points;

first without commenting on dildo concealed carry positions… these FemiNAZIs are ok with concealed carry or against it??

2nd does this mean the FemiNAZIs are promoting dildo shaming with larger or smaller dildos??

just saying…

Just plain un-American.

#CocksNotGlocks

No need to be so exclusive; here in the USA we have both! And lots of them, too.

I wonder how many will call their backpacks “Dildo Baggins”

This is the stupidest protest ever. Some guy backs you up with a gun, you’re gonna whip out a fake dick? How many lives will a fake dick save? The guy with the gun is likely to take the fake dick and put a world of hurt on these morons before shooting them. Look, let’s just shut the universities. It’s obvious students are not capable of thought, reason, or debate. Everything is performance art, meaningless drivel.

    DINORightMarie in reply to Juba Doobai!. | October 12, 2015 at 6:36 pm

    Something tells me that if a crazy with a gun was on her campus (or at her place of work), she’d be VERY glad a person was carrying and took out the perp before he/she killed her!

    Perspective. And hypocrisy.

I’m also somewhat amazed that so many young ladies these days have dildos. I guess you gotta have your own when guys start shunning you.

Has no one else seen the ridiculousness of her premise that exercising a Constitutional right is absurd in its appearance, particularly when it’s a concealed exercising of that right?

To protest the conceal carry of firearms the violin lady advocates the open carry of sex toys.

Also, did she not get the memo that dildos are racist? And what about the victims of sexual assault – won’t they be micro-aggressed and triggered by dangling dildos everywhere?

I can’t believe this idiot, as stupid as she is, is this stupid. Instead, what we have is a sex-crazed college whore that can’t stop thinking about sex and wants to see dildos everywhere. That’s what this really comes down to: a dumb nympho college whore crying out for attention and more dildos.

Never heard of how an armed society is a polite society huh.

I wonder if the mattress girl carried a dildo and blamed it for raping her when it got a chance?

theduchessofkitty | October 12, 2015 at 6:47 pm

For being the creme de la creme of universities in TX, these students are surely acting like total IDIOTS! If I had total control over that college, the’d be EXPELLED for callousness, idiocy and total lack of give a rat.

Why?

Because they have obviously forgotten the UT-Austin Massacre.

“On August 1, 1966, Charles Whitman climbed to the top of the University of Texas Tower with three rifles, two pistols, and a sawed-off shotgun. The 25-year-old architectural engineering major and ex-Marine—who had previously complained of searing headaches and depression—had already murdered his mother, Margaret, and his wife, Kathy, earlier that morning. He fired his first shots just before noon, aiming with chilling precision at pedestrians below. “The crime scene spanned the length of five city blocks . . . and covered the nerve center of what was then a relatively small, quiet college town,” noted executive editor Pamela Colloff in her 2006 oral history of the shootings. “Hundreds of students, professors, tourists, and store clerks witnessed the 96-minute killing spree as they crouched behind trees, hid under desks, took cover in stairwells, or, if they had been hit, played dead.”

At the time, there was no precedent for such a tragedy. Whitman “introduced the nation to the idea of mass murder in a public space,” wrote Colloff. By the time he was gunned down by an Austin police officer early that afternoon, he had shot 43 people, thirteen of whom died.”

    theduchessofkitty in reply to theduchessofkitty. | October 12, 2015 at 6:52 pm

    They’d better notice that it took someone with a gun (actually, a police officer and a civilian who both carried guns) to stop that murderer cold.

    Dildoes don’t stop murders. If anything, they make someone look like syphilitic idiots in the face of someone with a gun.

    The body count would have been higher had it not been for the MANY armed civilians who returned fire on Whitman. Dozens of students retrieved their deer rifles from their dorm rooms and laid down a barrage of return fire. The observation deck of the tower (where Whitman was firing from) was reportedly clouded by a haze of limestone dust.

    In the Texas Monthly article “96 Minutes”, a progressive drone witness to the events was quoted as saying “I remember thinking, “All we need is a bunch of idiots running around with rifles.” But what they did turned out to be brilliant. Once he could no longer lean over the edge and fire, he was much more limited in what he could do. He had to shoot through those drain spouts, or he had to pop up real fast and then dive down again. That’s why he did most of his damage in the first twenty minutes.”

“Another thing: it spotlights the masturbatory nature of the power which people derive from gun ownership, and the self aggrandizing “I’m one of the good ones, I’ll protect you” arguments we’re so often expected to simply trust.”…

“The narratives surrounding sexuality (or just dildos, in this case) and guns are more intertwined than one would expect, and more similarities seem to unfold every minute. They each have the power to instantly masculate or emasculate at a moment’s notice. Some shootings in this past year can even be traced straight back to sexual repression.”

-Woody “Freud” Ellen

Only some ditzy campus cutie could come up with this.

For one, when someone’s carrying, it’s concealed so you’re violating the main principal of campus carry by making what you’re carrying so obvious.

Secondly, what you’re carrying is absurd but not lethal so how this all equates to some equivalence with people who carry for self protection, eludes me.

And then finally there’s the faux argument that anyone who carries a weapon is somehow psychologically twisted concerning their sexuality.

Actually from what we’ve seen from coast to coast, the people who carry guns are more “NORMAL” than just about anyone else attending most of our institutes of higher learning these days.

Well, who cares really, the law passed and this is all they can do about it is whine and look ridiculous.

I would submit to Mrs. Jin that she worries far to much about what is hidden in other peoples pants.

I’m guessing there’s no shortage of dildos on that campus if the other women are anything like Jessica. What sane man would want anything to do with someone that crazy?

I wrote the following comments as an article on a weekly firearms news letter that I put together called “The Good Book Club”. It went out to 50 or 60 like minded individuals in my circle of gun nuts. Decades ago I stopped arguing with people about guns. Little has changed since I wrote this. I do feel that most people have never been in a situation to meet a really bad person that put their life in danger. On the other hand we may have a new generation of cowards coming of age and that is difficult for me to accept. My friends know one thing with certainty. If trouble starts they will stay behind me where ever I turn, because to my front is a free fire zone.

I suggest that those who want more proof and reasons to learn how to defend themselves or others with or without a firearm should do a web search for Warren v District of Columbia.

TGBC – Feb. 15, 2012

Rick says:

Some people may call me a “Gun Nut”. I am not! However, I will confess to being a “Tool Freak”. Please, let me explain my reasoning.

Outside our homes, I use hoes in the gardens to control weeds and steel rakes to gather and remove fallen leaves. I use power saws to cut and trim trees, and gasoline powered tools to mow the lawns and clear new fallen snow. I also use hand tools like axes and hatchets to provide fuel for our fire pits and hammers to repair decks and build stairs. In the kitchens, I use very sharp knives to prepare meals and trim meat. I also use chopsticks and forks to assist me in the preparation of meals that we cook in heavy cast iron pans. In my office, we use sharp pencils and pens to prepare and sign proposals and documents for our clients and to sign the paychecks for our valued employees who allow Lynda and me to enjoy our Golden Years.

The common thread to all of the tool types and objects mentioned above is that they are inanimate and have no will of their own. With the exception of the skill and reasons with which we wield and operate these objects and tools, they are no different from the firearms we own. All of these devices are completely harmless until we load them and lay hands on them to commit good or evil acts with them. Believe me when I tell you that every item I listed above, including the chopsticks can end the life of someone..

I lay these simple principals before you because it is quite difficult to separate fact from fiction and human rights from political grants bestowed on you by government(s). Between now and the election in November, the public will be bombarded by the National Rifle Association and similar groups that hold the same ideals, and by politicians who feel that more onerous rules on firearms use, possession, and ownership are long overdue to reduce death and injuries related to their use and misuse.

Stories abound about how the United Nations and our State Department are planning a new world treaty to restrict ownership of firearms around the world. This treaty will supposedly be used, to circumvent out Second Amendment.
During my proactive instructor & competition years, I regularly ran into non-believers who felt only the military and police should own firearms. I had great difficulty restraining myself from unleashing my acid tongue and my full range of disdain on them.

My first question that frequently turned the tide quickly was, “Do you have children or grandchildren?” If they answered that question in the affirmative, the conversation would go speedily downhill for them.

By posing a simple scenario whereby I have a strangle hold on one of the children and say to the parents;”In five seconds I am going to snap your child’s neck. Then I am going to do the same to you. Are you going to use that gun or watch your child and yourself die in the next ten seconds?”

All the bumper sticker quotes are true!

I carry a gun but because I am not strong enough to carry a cop.

When your life can be taken from you in seconds, a police response is only minutes away.

“Gun Control” is the ability to hit what you aim at!

Some of you know that, among other things that people call me, I am sometimes referred to as Two Gun. Back in the old days of CB radio my pickup truck usually had a rifle and a shotgun in the rack and Two Gun became my handle. As I grew older and wiser about the ways of bad people and drawing on real life experiences, I often carry more than one gun now.

There are many reasons to justify carrying two firearms. I will list a few.

1) Should #1 gun malfunctions you can go to #2.

2) If #1 runs out of ammo, you can go to #2.

3) If a belligerent person wants to shake your strong hand in a false attempt at de-escalation of a verbal contest and chooses to aggressively attack, you still have a weak side arm and firearm available to defend yourself.

4) You have a spare firearm to loan your partner to cover your backside from multiple offenders.

5) If you stupidly exit the corner store with a six- pack without checking your “Six”, and are accosted by a neighborhood “Yute”, you don’t have to drop the beer to protect yourself, because you will always have a firearm on the right side of your body.
(See the movie: “My Cousin Vinny”, 1992; Yute is the word Youth, uttered with a heavy New Jersey accent by Joe Peschi in a courtroom scene.)

I hope someone adds to the hilarity and walks around in a giant condom like the one seen in Leslie Nelson’s “Naked GUN”. At least it would provide a protection from something. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XTSjhm2t8ms

If the girls can bring their sex toys, can the boys bring theirs?

What no job to go to , it does say she graduated , an alumni . Is there not an Orchestra somewhere that needs this amazing talent. ?

Every thing is bigger in Texas……even our nutcases.

So little bubble head doesn’t notice that fully half of the student body and faculty manage to bring the real ‘loaded and shooting’ version of her little toy to school and keep them concealed and managed not to ‘shoot’ anyone with them all day every day?

What, are all the guys supposed to let it all hang out for her faux penis day?

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