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Harvard Sluts and the Thought Police

Posted on | February 3, 2015 | 60 Comments

Badger Pundit called my attention to a column in the Harvard University student newspaper by freshman Nian Hu:

I am a feminist. I believe in the equality of the sexes. For me, feminism means freedom: freedom to dress the way I want, freedom to choose whether or not to get pregnant, freedom to say no to unwanted sexual interaction, freedom to have as many sexual partners as I want without being looked down on, freedom to be an engineer or lawyer or nurse or stay-at-home mom — basically, freedom to live my life.

Whoa. Never mind whatever point Miss Hu thought she was making. The “freedom” she demands involves prohibiting others from having their own opinions. If you disapprove of promiscuity — and most people do, whether or not they openly express their disapproval — then you have somehow infringed Miss Hu’s “freedom” to be as slutty as she wants to be. That is to say, Miss Hu believes she is entitled to your approval.

How will this “freedom” she demands be enforced? How can these Harvard sluts be sure that they are not “being looked down on” while they’re putting out for every random guy in Cambridge?

And this won’t stop at Harvard. Next thing you know, those tramps at Princeton and floozies at Cornell will be demanding that everyone also approve of their notoriously rampant fornication. Ivy League girls, with their high SAT scores and low morals, have a basic human right to know that they are not “being looked down on” while they’re hooking up with any dude who is willing to risk a case of chlamydia.

“Boston residents ages 15 through 24 are almost four times
more likely to have Chlamydia than residents overall.
Among that age group, 70% of those diagnosed are female.”

What percentage of them are Harvard girls, huh? These vile hussies are a public health menace, but you’re not allowed to look down on them.

The Thought Police are everywhere now, monitoring our minds to make sure we aren’t harboring forbidden beliefs and impermissible opinions. We must think only what the progressive elites want us to think, or better yet, not even think at all. Thinking is dangerous — although perhaps not as dangerous as having sex with a nasty Harvard slut.



60 Responses to “Harvard Sluts and the Thought Police”

  1. Quartermaster
    February 4th, 2015 @ 9:08 am

    I’m sure that’s said half in jest, but, seriously, the answer is a resounding “yes!!!”

  2. Quartermaster
    February 4th, 2015 @ 9:12 am

    Lysol prolly would be wildly insufficient a disinfectant.

  3. Hard Little Machine
    February 4th, 2015 @ 9:18 am

    I don’t look down on them. I barely notice them at all.

  4. Jim R
    February 4th, 2015 @ 9:18 am

    Yes. Her parents must have been so proud: “Our daughter is going to HARVARD!”

    Then: “Our daughter writes for the school newspaper!”

    Then: “Our daughter wrote… wait-wait-wait! She wrote WHAT??? Honey, pack a bag and my belt: we’re going to get her RIGHT NOW. I KNEW I shouldn’t have let you talk me into letting her go to school there!”

  5. Jim R
    February 4th, 2015 @ 9:20 am

    Several people pointed this out in the comments to her article. Hopefully, she’ll learn from it.

  6. Jim R
    February 4th, 2015 @ 9:27 am

    I think that this is true for many (even most) colleges. Strange that colleges have become NOT places where one goes to learn, but rather where one goes to “experiment” and “find himself”.

    Newsflash, kids: all that experimenting and journeying and discovery you want to do has been done by generations of people before you. Many of them wrote about it in things called “books”. If you read a bit, you’ll be able to see the mistakes they made so that you can avoid them.

  7. Daniel O'Brien
    February 4th, 2015 @ 10:18 am

    Ya, on first base.

  8. BobSmith101
    February 4th, 2015 @ 11:00 am

    Liberalism comes full circle, at tax payer expense.

  9. Daniel Freeman
    February 4th, 2015 @ 5:26 pm

    Regarding wanting the approval of others, I can’t tell whether you’re talking about the demand in her article or the reason for her promiscuity. Of course, they could share a common cause.

  10. Eyjo
    February 5th, 2015 @ 8:06 am

    You can have all the freedoms you want but the ” freedom to have as many sexual partners as I want without being looked down on” is clashing with my freedom to think that you are a slut for doing so. You can NEVER demand freedom to control what people think about you. That is just stupid. You have the freedom to have as many partners as you like, i aint stopping you but i will still think you are a slut and nothing in society can change that. Its an innate feeling because you are not valuing yourself so why should i?