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Students Embarrass Rick Perry With Explicit Questions About Gay Sex During College Visit

oh-no-she-didnt“In 2002, you supported Texas’s anti-sodomy law. Do you dislike bootysex because the peeny goes in where the poopy comes out?” was just one of the many questions Rick Perry was asked while speaking at Dartmouth College over the weekend.

The Texas governor was there to speak about the results of the midterm elections and, of course, to plug himself for president in 2016.

Prior to his speech, a flyer was circulated among students with proposed questions for the governor. Some of those questions included:

  • You once played yourself in the movie Deep in the Heart; would you ever let someone go Deep in Your Fart (cavity)?
  • You have fought hard against abstinence plus safe-sex education in favor of a strict abstinence only policy. You have also taken a strong position in opposition to abortion. Is this because you want people to not know what condoms are, and not be able to terminate unwanted pregnancies, so they have to have anal sex?
  • I know you have been very strong on all foreign policy issues, including Somali pirates, but what is your stance on butt pirates?
  • Does your ideal anti-sodomy law prevent me from playing with my own poop shoot?
  • You have recently said that homosexuality tears the fabric of society. If I showed you hard science that anal sex does not tear the fabric of your butt hole, would you change your mind?

According to people in the audience, Governor Perry became visibly uncomfortable and deflected the questions as best he could. When things started getting too out of hand, president of the school’s College Republicans group, Michelle Knesbach, grabbed the microphone and demanded students quit asking such vulgar and inappropriate questions.

Unfortunately, her efforts were in vain, because immediately after that, a student brought up that, so far, Perry has accepted a total of $102 million in campaign contributions during his various political campaigns. “Would you have anal sex for $102 million?” the student asked.

As soon as the speech was over, an embarrassed Perry hurried off the stage.

Knesbach told The Dartmouth she was “horrified” by the questions. “They were phrased in incredibly insulting ways,” she said.

But it wasn’t just student Republicans who were appalled. Some student Democrats, too, thought the questions went too far.

“I think it’s really disappointing that anyone would undermine a serious political event with sexually explicit questions,” Spencer Blair, the president of the College Democrats said. “Neither I nor anyone from College Democrats would ever condone such behavior.”

They might not condone that kind of behavior, but we do.

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Graham Gremore is a columnist and contributor for Queerty and Life of the Law. Follow him on Facebook and Twitter.