College Rules: Sex Toys Banned, Guns Are Okay. ‘Cocks Not Glocks’ Protest Forms.

 

We recently highlighted what some members of the LGBT community are doing to work toward better gun legislation in Activism / Marches Grow In Number In Response To Orlando Tragedy.   We think we might like to take up someof the practices of these Austin, Texas college protesters. In an article in Mic.com titled "Texas Students Can Now Bring Guns To Class. 'Cocks Not Glocks' Is Bringing Dildos Instead".

Ana Lopez, a sophomore at the University of Texas at Austin, knows a dildo won't do much to protect her from a gunman. But like many other gun-control advocates, Lopez doesn't think a "good guy with a gun" will do much to keep her safe during a shooting, either.

"Two guns don't make a right," Lopez, vice-president of Students Against Campus Carry, said. "Do you expect a bunch of frat boys to defend us against an armed gunman?"

It's a question that's come up countless times over the past year, across Texas and in national headlines, as colleges and universities throughout the state prepare to enforce SB 11, a new law that allows students with concealed handgun licenses to bring firearms on campus. At liberal UT-Austin — which observed the 50th anniversary of the UT Tower shooting, one of the first gun massacres on a college campus, the same day SB 11 took effect — the university's own policies for complying with the law require that guns be allowed in classrooms.

That's precisely why students like Lopez will be bringing sex toys to class with them, too. mic.com

There's a lot more to read over at Mic.com about this protest.  Thanks Mic.com for sharing this video with us on your Facebook page.

 

 

 

 

Good idea for a protest? 

What if the gay community did a protest like this.  Would it have been accepted differently? 

 

h/t: Mic.com

What do you think?