Double-standards when it comes to discipline are nothing new on college campuses, but this story will make your blood boil.
Colorado College suspended Thaddeus Pryor for six months after he was outed for making remarks on the social-media app Yik Yak.
According to Infowars, Pryor responded to a post that said “#blackwomenmatter” by writing “They matter, they’re just not hot.”
Pryor told The College Fix that, “Some people screenshotted the most racial things said [from Yik Yak that night], and they blew them up onto banners and hung them up in the student center in front of the dean’s office.”
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The student was accused of making all the offensive posts that night.
Pryor said that the whole situation began with white people being targeted on the application. White students were being called “dirty hippies with small dicks” who are “always f***ing their cousins.”
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He said that Muslims and “even smurfs” were also targeted.
Pryor's six month suspension forbids him “from taking courses for credit at other universities because of his crass remark.”
The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education does not agree with the suspension and says the college must honor its “moral and contractual obligation” to its students’ freedom of expression.
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