Anti-Gun Student Group Aims to Cock Block Second Amendment Speaker

Well, at least they don’t hate men.

Activists aligned with Cocks Not Glocks, a gun control advocacy group, are handing out sex toys to protest a conservative speaker on campus.

Students outraged by conservative commentator Katie Pavlich’s plans to speak in defense of the Second Amendment at UW Madison have taken to setting up a competing event, where they plan to hand out dildos in protest of the Young Americans for Freedom’s slated event on October 10.

Activists aligned with Cocks Not Glocks, a gun control advocacy group, scheduled the “Bonafide Penis Arts Fest” to demonstrate against Pavlich’s “Trigger Warning: Second Amendment Rights and Self Defense” speech.

Describing Pavlich as a member of the “alt-right,” a term that’s long since lost all meaning, the group cited the erroneous and widely debunked rape statistic to challenge Pavlich’s assertions that women can defend themselves by carrying firearms.

“On a campus where 1 in 4 women have been sexually assaulted, largely by fellow students, her unrealistic insinuations mean deadly consequences for our student population,” they claimed. The group’s assertion seems to indicate that UW Madison is ten times more dangerous than India, where 4 out of every 100 women are reportedly victims of rape.

“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,” they wrote.

Following the lead of Superbad’s Seth, the group announced plans to “make crappy dick art” and “write dumb dick poems” in protest of Pavlich because “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.”

The group urged attendees to tie dildos to backpacks and “wear it proudly to class every day.” “If people think taking loaded guns to class is socially acceptable, harmless vibrating toys should be too,” they added. “One object brings death, another brings pleasure.”

The Young Americans for Freedom say they have no problem with the dildo protest so long as their own, more serious event isn’t disrupted.

“We believe that they have every right to wave sex paraphernalia in the air in opposition to guns. We hope, however, that this protest is undisruptive of our event, as we deserve the right to free speech and expression as well,” they wrote in a response, where they rejected Cocks Not Glocks’ description of Pavlich and other conservatives as “alt-right.”

“We advocate for First Amendment rights, Second Amendment rights, and free markets,” they added. “We emphasize the individual through personal liberty and responsibility.”

Feature Image via UW Madison

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