That’s the moment that would have done it for me. Not my professor rather obnoxiously complaining about my decision to give a presentation in front of class wearing short shorts, but the yutz who felt free to tell the presenter (in their public presentation class at Cornell) that she was an immoral woman because of her short shorts.

There’s a long distinguished history of women protesting various forms of repression by, en masse, taking off their clothes, and Letitia Chai, Cornell undergrad, made the perfectly reasonable decision, in this classroom atmosphere, to join that movement.

Rather than obey the young man who scolded her for immorality, Chai – and a bunch of other students whom she invited to join her – presented in bra and underwear. And then of course she went viral with the protest via her Facebook page.

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What did the male international student do in this shocking situation?

UD trusts he drew his burqa more tightly around his face so as not to see.

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  1. dmf Says:

    https://www.indyweek.com/news/archives/2018/05/08/a-duke-university-vp-walked-into-the-campus-joe-van-gogh-heard-a-rap-song-demanded-that-the-employees-be-fired

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