(source) In October, a letter from 80 male students appeared in the University of Notre Dame’s student newspaper describing in the most alarming of terms something akin to a campus crisis, an “affront to human rights,” an imminent catastrophe for relationships.
It had apparently ensnared more than half the male population there, the men wrote. The letter alleged it perpetuated violence toward women, and was associated with sexually abusing children, male fertility problems and rape. And when the students wrote in to The Observer, it was with a demand that the university try to eradicate it.
This evil: pornography.
Students there, starting with the letter, have launched a campaign calling for the Notre Dame administration to block porn from the institution’s wireless network. They’ve raised such a firestorm that other campuses far beyond Indiana have noticed. Students at Harvard University, Princeton University and University of Pennsylvania, inspired by the cause at Notre Dame, have replicated their efforts, a contemporary push for an enduring, yet generally unsuccessful, goal.
The student leading the Notre Dame effort, Jim Martinson, a senior, could not be reached for a full interview. But in his letter, Martinson, who is also president of a campus group called Students for Child-Oriented Policy (SCOP), wrote that more than 1,000 students, professors and staff members had signed a petition to block porn on campus:
Notre Dame is having a tough week. First, last Saturday Clemson teabagged their undefeated football team for three + hours on national TV and now this atrocity! A brigade of tit-fearing virgins bearing laptops without viruses and cum rags without cum stains are marching across campus with blue-balls collecting signatures in an effort to force Notre Dame’s administration to block the student body from yanking it to Abigail Mac’s body (here’s her IG account). The Fighting Irish are stacking L’s in 2019 like they’re Jenga blocks.
I personally know a few Notre Dame Grads and they’re all wackadoos. I’m talking guys that have had their life mapped out since age 14; guys that never have more than two drinks in one sitting; guys deep into their 30’s still bragging about their cumulative GPA and school’s ranking. So this news comes to no surprise to me and I suspect it doesn’t raise your eyebrow either.
Normal kids in the Midwest wanting to go to a big-time sports school apply to MI/MSU/IU and a few others I can’t think of. Notre Dame specializes in importing whites from the Northeast with overbearing parents. Seriously, all student sections are overtly white, but ND especially so. They get the Rudy’s of the world – the overachievers the rest of us hate and talk shit about behind their scoliosis backs.
The fact that this student Jim Martinson was able to get over 1,000 signatures to block porn proves ND is a haven for judgmental robots. Try pulling a stunt like this at UConn or any other state school and the weirdo would have the clipboard snapped in half over his head. The FBI better confiscate Jim’s computer because you don’t advocate to block yourporn.sexy unless you have some egregious filth on your own hard drive.
Students at Harvard University, Princeton University and University of Pennsylvania, inspired by the cause at Notre Dame, have replicated their efforts, a contemporary push for an enduring, yet generally unsuccessful, goal.
This little tidbit is what concerns me most. Harvard/UPenn/Princeton/ND have a history of producing the next generation’s Illuminati. These slugs not getting anything more than a dry hump over the jeans during their college years will one day rule the world and call all the shots…and they’ll be looking to unleash their sexual frustration on every last one of us. Twenty years from now when we have to use a VPN from China to upload the most basic of smut, we’ll all know who the culprits are.
PS: 3-30. Still gotta sting if you’re a ND Alum.