'Cocks not Glocks!' Read how dildos take university by storm

'Cocks not Glocks!' Read how dildos take university by storm

'Cocks not Glocks!' Read how dildos take university by storm

- The state of Texas has introduced a law called "Campus Carry" that allows firearms to be carried on to university campuses

- To oppose this law students have are carrying dildos strapped to their backpack opposing the University of Texas's rules that don't allow sex toys to be openly brandished. They find it ridiculous that guns are allowed to be carried on the terrirtory of the university, but sex toys aren't.

- The protesters won't stop until the law has been repealed. 

Students of the University of Texas who are using dildos to opposed the controversial law that allows people to carry guns onto campus in the state of Texas.

The protest called “Cocks not Glocks” is opposing the new law that Texas Governor Greg Abbot signed. The “Campus Carry” law allows the right to carry firearms onto university campuses beginning from the August 1.

'Cocks not Glocks!' Read how dildos take university by storm

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There was much objection from students and professors but not much was done, so students came up with a way to deal with this matter in a rather unorthodox manner.

They found out that brandishing sex toys was a misdemeanor according to the University of Texas’s rulebook. So thousands of students in the University of Texas strapped dildos to their backpacks to prove how idiotic it is to ban sex toys but not firearms on the territory of the university.

Currently, over 4000 dildos have been given out to protesters for the event. The protesters have stated that they will continue to carry dildos until the law is repealed.

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