Well, yes, there was a seven-foot high screen keeping me and my sisters away from the men… But if it weren’t there, our London School of Economics brothers would rape and ravish us and that wouldn’t be lovely, would it? I mean, for us. For the sisters hidden behind the curtain. That wouldn’t be lovely.

I thought it was a very tasteful way of keeping them from raping us. I so look forward to next year’s dinner. Maybe place the curtain a tad higher and put more layers of clothing on us.

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3 Responses to ““Nona Buckley-Irvine said that she had a lovely time at the dinner and ‘barely noticed’ the separation.””

  1. adam Says:

    “Other than that, Mrs Lincoln, how was the play?”

  2. david foster Says:

    “separate phone numbers to buy tickets”!!??

    How about people who think this way shouldn’t use telephones *at all*, on grounds of cultural appropriation

  3. theprofessor Says:

    Can’t we get back to the serious issues of oppressive microaggression, like the dastardly chalking at Emory?

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