“A lacrosse player who hires a stripper is likely a rapist, but a women’s group that hires a stripper is empowered.  At least, that’s the logic too often employed at many college campuses around the country,” notes IWF’s Alison Kasic in a piece in Human Events.

Our X-rated Allison (there is an editor’s note warning that some might find terms in the story offensive) then goes on to describe recent empowering moments at her old school: 

A recent event at my alma mater, Bucknell University, highlights the extent to which campus feminism has devolved into little more than pornography.  On March 8, a host of Bucknell offices and organizations including the Bucknell Feminist Majority, Women’s and Gender Studies Department, Center for Race, Gender, and Ethnicity, and Office of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Awareness spent $1,920 to bring a ‘celebration of whore culture’ to campus.

The Sex Worker Art Show featured a variety of titillating performers.  Take Cathy McPork, for example.  Cathy pretended to be a ‘right-wing Christian with a death wish’ before stripping to a red bra and slip dress, the costume of her alter ego Scarlot Harlot.

And this is about where the language does become a bit much for a family blog, but the story is amusing, so read on, O, hearty souls.