College administrators: Vagina Day Si, Penis Day No

It seems that Roger Williams University in Rhode Island, like many other so-called “schools of higher education” in this so-called “society” of ours, has for years celebrated a “Vagina Day” in lieu of Valentine’s Day, which involves, among other things, the placing of posters around the campus saying things like “My Vagina is Flirty” and “My Vagina is Huggable,” and which is always capped off by a performance of the disgusting pro-lesbian play, The Vagina Monologues. Well, some students at Roger Williams had finally had enough of this, and came up with “Penis Day” gently satirizing Vagina Day. The school, which had never had any problem with the infinitely gross, anti-male manifestations of Vagina Day, quickly shut down Penis Day and seized the costume of its mascot, a six foot tall phallus named Testaclese (which, as a commenter at pointed out, sounds like the name of a character in Aristophanes). Christina Hoff Sommers’s article about the controversy shows the vile combination of sickness and evil that our dominant so-called “culture” has become. But if you can forget about all that for a moment, the piece is hilariously funny.

Posted by Lawrence Auster at May 02, 2005 10:12 AM | Send

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