Student Banned for Pointing Out Black Women are Not Hot

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
December 16, 2015

No one said you shouldn't be friends.
No one said you shouldn’t be friends. No one cares.

So now I guess your sexual preferences are banned.

Not sure how that works, exactly, but it’s already happened.

Black women: even if you say they matter, it doesn’t matter. You have to find them sexually attractive to go to this school.

Business Insider:

Thaddeus Pryor, a junior at Colorado College, was barred from stepping foot on campus for six months for a social media post, the Colorado Springs Gazette reported.

On the social media app Yik Yak, a post read “#blackwomenmatter.” Pryor responded with, “They matter, they’re just not hot.”

Pryor says he immediately regretted his remark. “I was ashamed, because some people were clearly upset,” Pryor told The College Fix. “So I deleted it.”

Who cares?

I don’t care.

Do you actually care?

But the damage had already been done. The next day the student center was filled with banners of many of the racial comments posted to Yik Yak — including Pryor’s post.

Pryor went before the school’s student life disciplinary panel where he was accused of posting almost all of the offensive posts, The College Fix reported.

Yik Yak is an anonymous social media app that lets people post, or “yak,” to people in a 10-mile radius. Pryor admitted to the school’s administration that he was behind the post about black women, but said he was not the author of any of the other posts.

The school initially suspended Pryor for 21 months, lessening the sentence to six months after his request for an appeal. However, the school refused to give him a new hearing.

“I have considered your request carefully, and I see no grounds for appeal. In your own words, you accepted responsibility for your comment, which you deemed hurtful and distasteful, and stated you deserve to be held accountable for your actions,” a Colorado College official wrote Pryor in a letter posted by the College Fix.

Pryor’s suspension is already drawing criticism from free speech advocates.

Yeah. I would think free speech advocates would be on this.

I would think any normal person would be on this.

Why is it anyone’s problem what this guy’s sexual preferences are?

Also, it is an accurate fact that Black women are not hot.

Look. Here’s Michelle Obama.

WASHINGTON, DC - APRIL 30: U.S. first lady Michelle Obama speaks during a veterans employment event in the East Room April 30, 2013 at the White House in Washington, DC. Michelle Obama and Jill Biden encousrged the private sector to step up the hiring of veterans. (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)

Black women look like apes.

Ain’t nobody wants to hit that.

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