The last pledge drive at Townhall must have been a smashing success which can only explain why they have money to throw at Mike Adams (or as he demands others call him: Dr. Adams. Like we give crap) and some other stunted white boy named Jon Sanders as they take their giggly BoyTown review on the road, which leads to lots of using the word “vagina” and then sniggering and high-fiving and late night discussions about why all the women that have turned them down in their lives turned out to not only be bitches but total lesbians.
Anyway, they called this grand endeavor: Point to the idiot
Authorâ€™s note: Starting today, I will be co-authoring a series of columns called â€œPoint to the idiotâ€ with Jon Sanders of the John Locke Foundation (http://www.JohnLocke.org) in Raleigh, North Carolina. The purpose of this series is to highlight some of the most idiotic people (and groups of people) in higher education.
Jon: …certainly hope that my speech at Penn State will attract as many as 150 people. Thatâ€™s how many were in Houston Hall for the Sex Toy Box Social. There was food. There were drinks. There was dancing. But the best part of the social was the raffle to win a Bucket O’ Love, which included candy G-string underwear and â€œbody butter.â€
The Penn State student newspaper quoted a freshman as saying that the event â€œgives a dignity to sexualityâ€ and â€œhelps to highlight the power of female sexuality.â€ Iâ€™ve heard the same about chanting the names of oneâ€™s sex organs. But, somehow, I just canâ€™t lace on a pair of boots and chant â€œpenis, penisâ€ in front of a large audience. Thatâ€™s why these ladies are really making headway in the feminist revolution.
Mike:Nothing against Penn State and the so-called box social, but did it have Vagina Swirls? For my money, it’s just not a sex-positive party without Vagina Swirls. So long as feminists are behind the swirls, that is — if a fraternity did it, it would be sexually degrading to women.
If there’s time, we might want to hang around Chapel Hill for the Feb. 15 lecture on “Everything Your Vagina Wants to Know.” Frankly, I don’t think the planned lecture is as all-encompassing as the title makes it sound. It’s just going to “include an overview of different contraception methods available.” What if participants’ vaginas want to know why they’re stuck with idiots who think they’re saving the world, one Vagina Swirl at a time?
Point to the idiot?
I call it a tie.