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August 24, 2016

Campus Dildo Carriers Out In Full Force At UT

AUSTIN, Texas—They'd been promising it since late last year, but with today being the first day of classes at the University of Texas-Austin (UT) campus, hundreds of students turned out with their sex toys—not to mention T-shirts, boom boxes, protest signs and more—to protest the Texas law which allows students at state universities to carry their concealed firearms on campus. The Campus Dildo Carry movement, whose motto is "Cocks Not Glocks," held a rally at around noon in front of the administration building, with some students carrying signs reading "Balls Deep In The Heart of Texas" and "Good Good Good Good Vibrations" and just about everyone carrying a dildo or similar sex toy, many supplied free or inexpensively by adult toy manufacturers. "Right now, the campus rules state that you can't have ... dildo-shaped objects out in public," noted Rosie Zander, a junior at UT and one of the protest leaders. "So we're protesting, saying why do we have guns on our campus and we can't have dildos out in public? That's absurd. We're fighting absurdity with absurdity, and it's a fun protest, easy to get involved. Just strap a dildo to your backpack and show the Texas legislature we don't agree. There's so many different reasons not to agree, and one interesting fact is the Texas legislature and senators and congressmen do not allow guns in their office, so if they don't allow guns in their offices, why should we allow guns on our campus?" Zander went on to note that all of Texas' public universities except Austin have opted out of the open carry policy, as have all private universities in the state. "We're telling people, the dildos will stay as long as the guns are here," Zander added, "so if you're uncomfortable with my dildo, you cannot imagine how uncomfortable I am with your gun." In fact, three UT professors had attempted to get a preliminary injunction on Monday to allow them to bar guns from their own classrooms, but they were turned down. Although UT's rules and Texas' laws bar "the reckless display of obscene objects," Bob Harkins, UT’s associate vice president for campus safety and security, said in a recent interview that displaying a sex toy would not be an arrestable offense. Protesters have vowed to continue their protest as long as the open carry policy is in force.

 
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