“Go ahead, make my day, frat boy.”

Ann Coulter was delivering a speech at the University of Connecticut when it was cut short by shouting demonstrators. Got that? Anti hate, anti intolerance groups cut off Ann Coulter’s lecture because they hate her speech, and won’t tolerate it

Typical. The people who most vigorously dry-hump the First Amendment are always the first to complain when anybody else wants a turn.

The demonstrators, students mostly by all appearances as evidenced by the attire and the clutching of daddy’s credit card, were outraged.

Nineteen-year-old sophomore Eric Knudsen, the leader of a group called the “Students Against Hate”, didn’t think Coulter belonged on the campus.

This kid’s wearing a paper trainee hat for future DNC office already. Check this out: “We encourage diverse opinion… but this is blatant hate speech.”

::”Paging Mr. Eric Knudsen. Howard Dean on line two.”::

Oh yes, Knudsen didn’t even attend the speech.

Knudsen majors in journalism and social welfare– “cause and effect” double majors if I ever saw them. Nice planning, kid.

“Students Against Hate”? There are only three certainties in life: Death, taxes, and any group with “against hate” in their name will consist of some of the most pissed-off, bitter, vile and angry pinheads with an exorbitant amount of free time ever to not get laid at college.

Hey, if you have time, attend one of Knudsen’s “Youth Pride Inc.” workshops. Check out the last sentence. (he needs to listen to his own seminar, obviously)

Get a load of this big, steaming pile of feelings:

Sexual Identity and Trauma: Healing Through Political Action

Kathy Girod/Eric Knudsen

This workshop will explore sexual identity in the context of growing up in a less-than-perfect home environment. We will discuss how trauma and abuse can shape our coming out experiences and how we view ourselves as sexual people within intimate and close friend relationships.

The emphasis here is not on sharing details or memories but rather on discussing and understanding how the multiple identities of being queer and a survivor, in addition to our race and class identities, affect us in the present. We will also discuss ways in which becoming politically active can be helpful in healing ourselves and our community.

Kathy Girod is the Coordinator of the Rainbow Lounge/lgbt@mit at MIT. She also facilitates a Coming-Out group for LBT women at the Women’s Center in Cambridge and sits on the board of The Network/La Red, and organization that works to end abuse in the Queer Community. She is also studying social work at Simmons College in Boston.

Eric Knudsen is pursuing a journalism and anthropology degree at the University of Connecticut. Eric is an educational coordinator for the Rainbow Center on campus to combat homophobia in the community, as well as an activist in QUAD (Queers United Against Discrimination). He is in the process of programming a childhood trauma and sexual abuse awareness day. Eric also works at the Women’s Center for violence against women programs.

Hopefully the ladies at the center will be impressed with how his group shouted down a girl. That’s just so un-fabulous, Sunshine.
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One Response to “When anti hate groups attack: Ann Coulter speech shouted down by dry-humpers of the First-Amendment”

  1. RushEssay on July 11th, 2017 9:37 am

    We must support the law against the harassment which is destroying the world and especially it is bad for the women.

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