Ah, yes: nothing smells like worthwhile activism more than a pack of whiny college cunts (the collective cunts, including both guys and girls in this case) masquerading around whatever issue they’ve chosen this week. So much can be done by being generally annoying to a few thousand people on a Thursday afternoon.
"Hey Tiffany, I have this clever idea against rape, and since my roommate’s best friend’s little sister’s soccer coach was almost raped, let’s have a campus wide scream a-thon, oblivious to psychology, logic, or anything else…until we’re tired and go get black-out drunk on piss-draft beer when finally, maybe, at near-vegas odds, some guy might pull down our panties half-way while we’re passed out and maybe grab a boob. We’ll half recall this event and since we’re absolutely devoid of any real personality or substance, we’ll recant the story openly and with no shame, using tons of hyperbole, to hopefully cast some interest and attention our way."

Fucking worthless.

I’m not belittling rape, and am entirely for REAL causes against such, but this kind of McDonald’s activism–in fact almost all “activism” in college–is just more ego masterbation and excuses to be crass or overly attention-whorish for the sake of a “cause.” I could spend one hour in an actual rape clinic and do more than this sort of cluster-fucking does in a week, with 30 people in tow. Are they really helping rape victims? No. It’s this bullshit of “raising awareness” (college activism speak for doing the least honorable thing possible without looking bad) to fellow 20 year olds. The effect of this? Exactly like raising a dead horse with your erection (fucking impossible, and entirely pointless). Think about it you 2% of people on tumblr who have graduated from college: how many college “activism” causes do you remember participating in? Answer: none.

Would I rape her? No. In fact, I wouldn’t even have sex with her. None of them, alone or combined. Or is that a guy in drag in the black? Because then, this whole photo takes on a much more interesting turn, one more so amusing than my rant.

Whatever and ever, amen.

Ah, yes: nothing smells like worthwhile activism more than a pack of whiny college cunts (the collective cunts, including both guys and girls in this case) masquerading around whatever issue they’ve chosen this week. So much can be done by being generally annoying to a few thousand people on a Thursday afternoon.

"Hey Tiffany, I have this clever idea against rape, and since my roommate’s best friend’s little sister’s soccer coach was almost raped, let’s have a campus wide scream a-thon, oblivious to psychology, logic, or anything else…until we’re tired and go get black-out drunk on piss-draft beer when finally, maybe, at near-vegas odds, some guy might pull down our panties half-way while we’re passed out and maybe grab a boob. We’ll half recall this event and since we’re absolutely devoid of any real personality or substance, we’ll recant the story openly and with no shame, using tons of hyperbole, to hopefully cast some interest and attention our way."

Fucking worthless.

I’m not belittling rape, and am entirely for REAL causes against such, but this kind of McDonald’s activism–in fact almost all “activism” in college–is just more ego masterbation and excuses to be crass or overly attention-whorish for the sake of a “cause.” I could spend one hour in an actual rape clinic and do more than this sort of cluster-fucking does in a week, with 30 people in tow. Are they really helping rape victims? No. It’s this bullshit of “raising awareness” (college activism speak for doing the least honorable thing possible without looking bad) to fellow 20 year olds. The effect of this? Exactly like raising a dead horse with your erection (fucking impossible, and entirely pointless). Think about it you 2% of people on tumblr who have graduated from college: how many college “activism” causes do you remember participating in? Answer: none.

Would I rape her? No. In fact, I wouldn’t even have sex with her. None of them, alone or combined. Or is that a guy in drag in the black? Because then, this whole photo takes on a much more interesting turn, one more so amusing than my rant.

Whatever and ever, amen.