Sexually Suggestive Greek Week Performance Puts Student In Hot Water

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Even private, religious colleges aren’t immune from the horribly offensive shenanigans brought about by the perverted members of fraternities. At least, that’s what one associate professor at Kentucky Wesleyan College seems to believe.

Despite only having 650 students and being located in northwest Kentucky, KWC Greeks seem to know how to rile up the sensitive and dramatic administrators just as well as the big boys.

A Greek Week performance took a turn for the worse last week when a student mounted a desk and proceeded to place his nuts in one of the faculty judge’s faces. This judge also happens to be an associate professor of religion at the college. As anyone would expect, she was livid. The dastardly performer then took the professor’s hand and ran it through his hair. WHAT A DICK!

The professor wasted no time writing a strongly worded letter, stating that the student’s performance proved the women on Kentucky Wesleyan’s campus are in danger and definitely not safe. In addition to claiming the fairer sex is not safe on campus, she is now calling on the college to build a women’s center and to form a Gender Studies Department.

Was the student an idiot for pulling that stunt? Yes, of course. Does it represent a greater danger to the women of KWC and demand the creation of a new department? Definitely not.

According to the latest campus crime statistics from KWC, there were exactly ZERO sexual crimes documented throughout the entire year. If that’s not considered a safe campus, then most students around the nation must feel as if they’re risking their lives as they walk to class every day.

Besides, it’s not like the Gender Studies Department would turn into a haven for struggling students looking for a guaranteed A in a bullshit class. That would NEVER happen!

Cool your jets, lady.

[via 14 News]

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