“Never get high on your own supply” Libs create false fear and then they are afraid of it.


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HOUSTON — Many LGBT students at the University of Houston say they feel like they can no longer express themselves safely now that a law allowing people to carry concealed weapons on campus is in effect and classes have begun.

“I feel like I can’t speak up for myself anymore,” Robyn Foley, 22, a transgender and intersex student who majors in anthropology, told BuzzFeed News. “I can’t correct someone on my pronouns” — Robyn’s pronoun is “they” — “I can’t stand up for my transgender friends, because if I do and someone gets pissed off all they have to do is pull out a gun.”

Texas LGBT Students Say They Don’t Feel Safe Now That People Can Carry Guns On Campus – Buzzfeed.

Allow me to fix the “Can no longer express themselves safely.” You actually mean “Can no longer impose restrictions on Speech on others according to a political view.”  And yes, you can still correct people about your pronoun, but a) You can do so without being an impolite little shit and b) Some people simply do not give a care about your feelings because they go to college to learn stuff, not be involved in the politics of stupid..

“School stresses us out enough without us having to worry about the people who already yell at us for being ‘sinners,’” added Michael Allen, 29, an arts major with green hair.

It is called Free Speech. Deal with it. Ignore the assholes, they have rights too even if it gives you a rash in your nether regions.

The building containing the LGBT center, as well as the veteran students’ center, is not an exclusion zone, which many of the students in the LGBT center didn’t realize until someone looked it up during a conversation with BuzzFeed News. The students sat in stunned silence for a moment before Foley said, “Wow, I just assumed it was, out of common sense.

You keep saying common sense, I don’t think you know what that means.


Some students said that the fact that the guns can’t be seen makes it even more intimidating. “Anyone you get into a philosophical argument with in class might have his hand on his gun while you’re talking,” one student, who asked to remain anonymous out of fear of retaliation, told BuzzFeed News. “I already feel it affecting my education.”

No, self-imposed stupidity is affecting your education. Research Concealed Carriers before opening thy trap. You may find that they are probably more law-abiding that your own fluctuating gender group.


The whole point of being at university is being able to speak your mind,” she said. “This dampens that because people never know what the person next to them might be thinking about what they are saying.”

Oh sure, we know universities are bastions of Free Speech, right? No single house of higher education would sabotage or impede speech because a small group of whiny little jackals got triggered, complained and assumed fetal position at the nearest Safe Space.



Many of the students said that despite not wanting the guns on campus, they were comfortable around guns, or even “loved” them.

“I grew up around guns,” Ethan said. “My parents had them for protection.” But having them in a college environment was just different, he said.

Foley said that they also grew up around guns, and that their boyfriend of nearly five years keeps a gun on their beside table every night. But this doesn’t stop Foley from fearing the actions of their peers.

And I guess the lessons did not take. LGQTB people cannot be freely bashed if the repercussions for those actions are deadly. But it is more fashionable to be a victim than to stand for yourself.

If instead of wasting time trying to come up with a gender definition that sound like a bad tongue twister,  the first thing you should do is being responsible for your own life and your own safety instead of depending on the kindness of strangers and the perceived “magic” of Gun Free Zone signs.


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  1. “Foley said that they also grew up around guns, and that their boyfriend of nearly five years keeps a gun on their beside table every night. ”

    Man at first when I read that I stumbled on “their boyfriend” and was like “uh? what?”. English not being my first language it took me a few seconds to understand they had user her/his/its pronoun “they/them/their”.

    God luck to the regular folks who still venture to those colleges these days.

    • Yeah, I tripped over that one, too, and English is my first language.

      Leave it to whiny liberal cry-babies to not only dictate what speech topics are acceptable on a college campus, but also force us break every grammar rule in the book, all so they can feel comfortable.

  2. "lee n. field" : August 31, 2016 at 8:29 am

    I’m tempted to say “grow a pair”, but, oh well.

  3. Be it college professors or students….what kind of bizarre mind-control rays do they think guns bring to the table?

    When have you heard of a college professor being beat down during or after a class where a controversial subject was broached?

    Gay bashing has always been a thing (and thankfully appears to be on a solid decline…tho SJW are always moving goalposts to maintain their “Victim” status”) and guess what? It doesn’t take a gun for a bigot to murder somebody from the LGBT community.

    Look, if your college doesn’t have a massive violence problem when guns were banned it isn’t going to get one once the stupid restriction is lifted.

  4. I’m pretty sure that anyone who’d pull out a gun after being corrected on pronouns would also be a person who’d not let the lack of a gun (or any illegalities of having a gun on campus heretofore) stop them (xim?) from assaulting and battering the trans person anyhow. The gun is a red herring.

  5. The projection from these delicate little snowflakes is very telling. They are most likely overly emotional basket cases that fly off the handle and gravitate toward violence when someone doesn’t address them with their “preferred pronouns”. They’re worried that if they physically attack someone, they might face repercussions. This “fear” has everything to do with the group intimidation tactics the sjw’s currently employ on college campuses.

  6. My response to the “safe space” and “trigger warning” and “micro-aggression” crowd:

    Breaking News:
    The Pity Train has just derailed at the intersection of Suck It Up & Move On, and crashed into We All Have Problems, before coming to a complete stop at Get The Hell Over It.

    Any complaints about how we operate, can be forwarded to 1(800)-Boo-Hoo4 with Dr. Sniffle reporting live from Quit Your Bitchin’. Life doesn’t revolve around you cupcake.

    If you find it impossible to study and learn because someone “might” intimidate you, just save yourself the time and cost of a college degree in hyphenated-american studies, and become a barista now.

  7. These people are crazy. I could talk blue in the face about how CCW holders are unlikely to gay bash with their lawful guns. But the biggest blind spot in all of this is that these lbgt people are free to get permits and carry too if they are that afraid of being bashed.

  8. What they’re upset about is the fact that it’s now unsafe to pull socialist mass-intimidation games on other students, such as playing “Palestinian checkpoint” or the riots at University of Missouri. It’s a lot less fun to respond to a “call for some muscle” if there’s a serious possibility that your head may be disassembled.

    • When I heard about those kids doing the checkpoint thing I wanted to grab a big red marker, yell “Allah akbar ” and go on a stabbing rampage. Show them what Israel really faces.

  9. Some students said that the fact that the guns can’t be seen makes it even more intimidating. “Anyone you get into a philosophical argument with in class might have his hand on his gun while you’re talking,” one student, who asked to remain anonymous out of fear of retaliation, told BuzzFeed News.

    Protip #1: If you can see his hands while you’re conversing with him — say, if he is gesturing while he is talking — that’s a clue that he probably does NOT have his hand on his gun.

    Protip #2: If you had to read protip #1 to grok that, save some money by quitting college — you’re obviously not cut out for it — and apply for a meaningful and fulfilling career at the nearest McDonalds. It’s like taking a “remedial life skills” class, except THEY pay YOU!

  10. What the heck is an “intersex”?

  11. Simply amazing… They are panicking themselves before they even know what is going on…

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