Liberal Students Fight Open Carry On Campus With Sex Toys (VIDEO)

Students, With Sex Toys, Fight Open Carry On Campus (VIDEO)

What kind of a mental image does that conjure and who thinks this stuff up? O-M-G! Has the left run out of surprises in their bag of tricks? Apparently so, because Texas is about to allow concealed carry on their college campuses and it’s creating an anti-2A frenzy among progressives. So they resort to…sex toys.

The College Fix reported:

Pro-gun students believe the University of Texas-Austin is violating their rights by letting professors keep guns out of their offices.

They are pursuing relief with the Texas attorney general, who has previously said schools can’t ban guns in dorms under the state’s new campus-carry law.

Anti-gun students believe their personal safety is at risk if campus carry is enforced.

They are pursuing relief with sex toys.

For the second time in a year, UT-Austin students will strap “giant swinging dildos to our backpacks” to protest campus carry, which took effect Aug. 1.

The “Campus (DILDO) Carry” protest Aug. 24, organized on Facebook by Jessica Jin, Ana López and Kailey Nicole Moore, is intended to highlight the novelty of state law allowing weapons on campus but not the public display of dildos, which is considered illegal obscenity and also a violation of campus policy.

They say anyone can participate in solidarity – “alum, non-UT students, people outside of Texas.” Carrying dildos is “just about as effective at protecting us from sociopathic shooters, but much safer for recreational play.”

Organizer Jin wrote on Facebook she would “find a dildo supplier sponsorship” if enough students agree to participate, since “quality dildos, especially super large ones, can be pricey.”

As of Thursday night, 10,000 Facebook users said they were “going” and another 3,400 “interested.”

Students for Concealed Carry went the less graphic route in its Aug. 4 letter to Attorney General Ken Paxton about the gun-free office policy adopted by UT-Austin and UT-San Antonio under pressure from professors.

The group has made its case going back to December, when it released a point-by-point analysis of the recommendations of UT-Austin’s campus carry task force.

Read the letter here.

Watch this video:

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