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Will Katie Pavlich at UW Madison be the Next Berkeley?

Will Katie Pavlich at UW Madison be the Next Berkeley?

Every time a conservative speaks on campus it’s a problem.

FOX News contributor Katie Pavlich is scheduled to give a talk at the University of Wisconsin Madison next week on the Second Amendment. The event is being hosted by the Young America’s Foundation and it is already hitting roadblocks.

According to YAF, the school is issuing new requirements to limit audience size:

University of Wisconsin Tries To Block Public From Pavlich Lecture

n a last-minute move, UW-Madison notified the school’s Young Americans for Freedom chapter that unless they found a faculty department sponsor before Tuesday, their campus lecture with Katie Pavlich would only be open to UW students.

This ridiculously subjective rule runs against everything the First Amendment guarantees, and allows university faculty unfettered discretion in determining whose speech and ideas get to be heard. This sets up a two-class system where leftist students are afforded free speech while conservative students are subjected to arbitrary university-concocted restrictions.

This rule hasn’t been applied to previous speakers hosted by UW-Madison YAF, including Steve Forbes and Ben Shapiro.

In addition to this issue, left wing students are planning to keep things classy by protesting the event with sex toys. Jennifer Kabbany reports at The College Fix:

Students offer free dildos to those who will protest Katie Pavlich’s pro-Second Amendment talk

Students upset that conservative commentator Katie Pavlich is slated to give at talk at the University of Wisconsin Madison next week defending the Second Amendment have come up with a rather creative way to protest it.

The activists with Cocks Not Glocks at UW Madison have scheduled “The Bonerfide Penis Arts Fest” to compete with and demonstrate against the Young Americans for Freedom’s planned event Oct. 10 titled “Trigger Warning: Second Amendment Rights and Self Defense.”

“Katie Pavlich thinks that you can murder campus sexual assault away. Young Americans for Freedom thinks that her presence on campus is necessary to defend free speech. Therefore, Cocks Not Glocks: UW Madison will be gathering during Pavlich’s speech to create and present dick art that has ZERO literary, artistic, political, educational, or scientific value. You know, for free speech,” according to the activists’ Facebook page.

The protesters say they plan to “make crappy dick art” and “write dumb dick poems,” adding that “facts about sexuality and sexual assault don’t matter to Katie or YAF, so they don’t matter to us either. Get up and present your work and we’ll give you a free new protest dildo from Good Vibrations.”

How does this end? At what point do conservatives get to speak on college campuses without left wing protests and obstacles from school administrations?

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Well, heck. Having a little penis in the lives of a lot of these morons would be a good thing.

They might discover they kind of like some “patriarchy” in their twisted, loopy lives.

Will UWM be the next Berkeley? Yes. Some type professors, administrators and students.

I predict that UV Madison will have no problems at all if they simply state that disruptive protesters will be arrested and expelled with no fee reimbursement. Gather in groups to chant and wave plastic parts, no problem. Try to storm the stage and find yourself behind bars with the rest of your thuggish friends, wondering what happened to your financial aid.

    TX-rifraph in reply to georgfelis. | October 6, 2017 at 9:51 am


    “How does this end?” – When the people “in charge” behave like adults and ensure the students behave like adults. It is actually not that hard.

How does this end?

Separate, but equal colleges? One college for liberals, and one college for non-liberals.

Although, without conservative students around, the liberals would turn on each other, and the liberal colleges would still be hellholes of education.

    Ragspierre in reply to rinardman. | October 6, 2017 at 10:52 am

    And the down-side of that would be…???

      kenoshamarge in reply to Ragspierre. | October 6, 2017 at 12:06 pm

      Students might actually be expected to learn things once they got away from a liberal administration. That might be a shock to some young people. And they might considered that a “down” side.

    rotten in reply to rinardman. | October 6, 2017 at 11:11 am

    Separate but equal would be fantastically be fantastic! A college for non liberals sounds great. When can it start?

‘The activists with Cocks Not Glocks at UW Madison have scheduled “The Bonerfide Penis Arts Fest”’

The Left continues to present itself as crude & clueless.
More please.

That’s how you get more Trump.

4th armored div | October 6, 2017 at 11:40 am

the institutions for indoctrination get paid for by taxpayers –
very few of the ‘students’ can afford 25+K/year to pay for it.
Feds need to institute rules for equality.

cut off the funds and see how quickly decorum returns.
as far as separate but equal schools – illegal, except for private religious institutions.