SDSU’s Delta Sigma Phi Kicked Off Campus For Waving Dildos At Anti-Sexual Assault Activists

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There is a fine line between overt stupidity and fraternity shenanigans. Waving sex toys in the air and throwing eggs at sexual assault awareness activists would be classified as overt stupidity.

We reported on the incident at San Diego State several weeks ago. At the time, we had no information regarding the identity of the perpetrators. All we knew was that a gaggle of morons saw a sexual assault awareness rally as an ideal time to present their dildos to the world while simultaneously pelting activists with eggs.

As it turns out, the inhabitants of Delta Sigma Phi were the organizers of the impromptu show-and-tell. The university took note, and the fraternity has been removed from campus for at least two years.

From Huffington Post:

San Diego State University has removed fraternity Delta Sigma Phi from campus, the school announced Tuesday, after members were accused of waving sex toys and throwing eggs at anti-rape demonstrators.

Citing a “consistent pattern of policy violations,” including harassment of Take Back The Night marchers on Nov. 21, as well as “significant hazing and alcohol misconduct issues,” the university is closing the Delta Sigma Phi chapter, which will not be allowed to petition for recolonization until fall 2016 at the earliest.

Along with giving the university an aneurism from its hijinks, Delta Sigma Phi’s national headquarters is in no mood to put up with the chapter any longer, either.

The national office of Delta Sigma Phi said Thursday in a statement that it was closing the SDSU chapter due to “widespread member misconduct issues,” adding that the “Fraternity cannot, and will not, tolerate blatant disregard toward our policies and standards for members and chapters.”

Don’t be fucking stupid. It’s simple.

[via Huffington Post]

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