SICK: Texas University Students Protest Trump with Hundreds of Dildos (Photo Warning)

Students at the University of Texas in Austin are protesting the legalization of concealed carry of handguns on campus by law-abiding citizens by handing out over 4,000 dildos and other sex toys.

The protest has morphed into an anti-Donald Trump protest. Details below.

PHOTO/LANGUAGE WARNING.

The protest is called ‘Cocks not Glocks’ and was organized for the first day of classes by Jessica Jin who is not a student at UT having graduated two years ago according to City Lab which previewed the protest. Her stated reason is that Texas law bans the public display of dildos on campus, but not guns.

Jessica Jin was stuck in Austin traffic, late getting somewhere, and listening to the radio. It was October, the week after the Umpqua Community College shooting and the same week as fatal shootings at Texas Southern University and Northern Arizona University. As she recalls, the pundits on the radio were talking about how there is no conceivable solution to gun violence, that mass shootings are just something that we’re going to have to learn to live with in America.

“I felt like, you know, what a bunch of dildos,” Jin says. “They were taking the safe route and not wanting to say anything that would piss anybody off or be too divisive. They act like there’s no solution or steps that we can take.”

Jin complained to friends about those dildos she heard on the radio. Speaking of dildos, she remembers telling them, I bet you can’t even brandish a dildo in a classroom in Texas without getting into trouble. “They challenged me to look up the laws,” Jin says. “And so I did. I went to the school rule book, and sure enough, they follow the state obscenity clause.” At the University of Texas at Austin, “it’s a misdemeanor to openly brandish or distribute these objects that portray the human genitalia in turgid form.”

And so Cocks Not Glocks was born: a protest to openly brandish and distribute dildos on August 24, the first day of classes at the University of Texas at Austin. Jin and her fellow activists plan to hand out several thousand phallic objects in order to protest the new campus-carry policy mandated by the state.”

Alexandra Samuels, a UT at Austin senior who reports for the Texas Tribune reported on the protest via Twitter. The photos are as and worse than one would expect these days for public behavior at a political rally.

“Jessica Jin, founder of @CocksNotGlocks, is strapped and ready. #TXcampuscarry”

“The @CocksNotGlocks pre-rally is about to begin. Multicolored dildos are on display. #TXcampuscarry”

“Kailey Moore, a UT senior, says she “doesn’t believe we should carry deadly weapons on campus.” #TXcampuscarry”

“Hustler Hollywood and HUM vibrators are among companies that donated dildos to the @CocksNotGlocks pre-rally. #TXcampuscarry”

“Dildos are in high-demand. But, fret not, more dildos are on the way. #TXcampuscarry”

“T-shirts reading “Take It And Come” and “#CocksNotGlocks” are on sale for $15 at the pre-rally. #TXcampuscarry”

“Many students seem to be having quite a good time at tonight’s event. #TXcampuscarry”

“Dildos, and now vibrators, are being passed out to remaining students. #TXcampuscarry”

“I’m now being told that dildos are sold out! Over 4,500 dildos were distributed in less than 23 minutes. #TXcampuscarry”

SURPRISE: Donald Trump, who is Austin Tuesday night for a town hall meeting hosted by Fox’s Sean Hannity, is a target of the protesters.

[email protected] (or at least a piñata of him) has arrived at the Cocks Not Glocks rally. #TXcampuscarry”

“I’m told many @CocksNotGlocks supporters are headed to an [email protected] rally after this event. #TXcampuscarry”

[email protected] supporters are now headed to Donald Trump’s Austin rally. They invite everyone to come along. #TXcampuscarry”

https://twitter.com/TrumpTraining/status/768210922716274688

“@seanhannity filming Trump Town Hall and Moody Theater is PACKED & ENTHUSIASTIC! 👏🏻🇺🇸🎉 #Hannity #TrumpInATX #Trump🇺🇸”

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