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Protesters Wave Sex Toys In Response To Tale of Campus Rape

Comments | Posted in MacIver News Service | By MacIverNews | Posted October 11, 2017 10:13 AM

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MacIver News Service | Oct. 11, 2017

[Madison, Wis...] In response to a fellow student who said a campus rape could have been prevented by concealed carry, protesters wielding penis-shaped sex toys refused to answer her, and then shouted her down at Tuesday's speech by Townhall editor Katie Pavlich on the UW-Madison campus.


The student told protesters that she has a friend who was raped, a crime that would have been prevented if her friend was able to carry her concealed weapon. After a brief silence, protesters responded by waving dildos in the air and shouting "this is what Democracy looks like" and "Cocks not Glocks."

Inside, Pavlich told a polite, standing-room-only audience that allowing concealed carry on campus would allow young women to defend themselves in dangerous situations.

A group calling itself "Cocks Not Glocks" arranged the protest, the "Bonerfide Penis Arts Festival" in response to Pavlich's pro-Second Amendment message.