Call me a misogynist if you want, but I don't like the idea that I shouldn't be able to walk around a college campus in a shirt that says Superman Dat Ho if I want to.

First of all, college costs money - a shiteload of money. If my parents are laying down their hard-earned money, I'll be damned if I'm not able to walk around in whatever the fuck I feel like. As long as my balls aren't hanging out or anything. (Nullus.) So what if the saying on my shirt is a euphemism for a sex technique involving dropping a load on a girl's back while she sleeps. Maybe that's what I'm into.

Also, what happened to free speech? People walk around college campuses all the time (er, at least the one I went to) in shirts with shit having to do with Jesus on them, but you didn't see me trying to have that shit banned on the grounds of Jesus so obviously being a fairy tale, and not a particularly original one at that.

I remember when I was in college, every once in a while the residence hall where I lived would give me a free t-shirt. I never wore any of them though, because they weren't really the kind of shit you would want to wear, even if you were in Chicken Switch, MO; and they probably didn't fit anyway.

The University of Michigan must be a bit more liberal than the school I went to though, because they actually had a shirt you could buy that said Superman Dat Ho on the back of it. (For what it's worth, this might be entirely de rigeur at an HBCU. I wouldn't know. The school I went to was like 95% white.)

They were only on sale for about a week though before some hairy feminist-types threw a bitchfit, trying to claim that a t-shirt with Superman Dat Ho on the back of it is demeaning to women. Pshaw!

But you know how it is on these college campuses. To this day, I can still remember back during freshman week when it was explained to us that you could catch a sexual harassment case just from staring at a girl's cans in the hallway (which is apparently known as "leering"), even if she's wearing pink, which draws the eye (that's basic optometry, I surprised you didn't know that); and that if you have sex with a girl while she's drunk, it could be considered rape, even if she doesn't scream no or try to bite you or anything.

All because of political correctness and the ridonkulous extent to which these so-called feminists have been able to enforce their will on our college campuses. (Not to get all David Hororwitz on you fruits. I'm just saying.)

It wasn't until a while later, after the umpteenth school-sponsored concert by some shitty, regional Christian rock band, that I realized that the real reason why there was never any worthwhile entertainment on campus was because it was decided that the budget for that sort of thing would be better spent maintaining a system of emergency telephones throughout campus. Never mind the fact that no one had ever actually been raped outdoors (or probably indoors, for that matter) on our campus.

But I digress. Suffice to say that these ugly beeyotches have been getting away with all sort of bullshit on college campuses for a while now.

Hence I was glad to read yesterday that free speech actually prevailed in the situation at the University of Michigan. A campus forum was held, in which of course the feminazis tried to tie in misogyny in hip-hop with violence against women and problem any number of other things (global warming, SIDS, etc.). But then the issue was put to a vote, and it was decided that people should be able to walk around in t-shirts that say Superman Dat Ho on them, despite the fact that there were some women on the committee.

My guess: The girls on the committee who voted in favor of the Soulja Boy t-shirts are probably in a lot more danger of some guy actually skeet-skeeting on their backs than the girls who were against that shit. But you guys know I'm a hardened woman-hater like that. I wonder what TPAR's take on this issue is.