Bournemouth feminists lose poster ban bid

Bournemouth Echo: Chloe Cook with fellow students Chloe Cook with fellow students

A FEMINIST group failed in a bid to ban “overtly sexual” advertising at Bournemouth University.

BUst (Bournemouth University Students Together) Against Sexism put forward a motion but lost 80 votes to five.

Student Chloe Cook, 19, from Teignmouth in Devon, now living in Winton, proposed the motion after seeing posters for the Sex Ed Ball.

She wanted any advertising banned on campus that “could be construed as overtly sexual, objectifying or part of the sex industry”.

Chloe, a second year journalism student, told the Echo: “If men see women as sex objects they are not going to get as much as they can out of a relationship.”

The Students Union agreed to cover up the models on the posters and the ball was held last month at the Old Fire Station.

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12:44pm Tue 8 Mar 11

honest_paul says...

The poster the young fillie is holding in the photo, unfortunately doesn't even show any pictures of scantily clad women so I am not sure what their problem is. That's the unfortunate thing of allowing women to be educated, they develop an opinion! Get back in the kitchen my dear and don't concern yourself with such matters.
The poster the young fillie is holding in the photo, unfortunately doesn't even show any pictures of scantily clad women so I am not sure what their problem is. That's the unfortunate thing of allowing women to be educated, they develop an opinion! Get back in the kitchen my dear and don't concern yourself with such matters. honest_paul
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12:57pm Tue 8 Mar 11

MentalCow says...

honest_paul wrote:
The poster the young fillie is holding in the photo, unfortunately doesn't even show any pictures of scantily clad women so I am not sure what their problem is. That's the unfortunate thing of allowing women to be educated, they develop an opinion! Get back in the kitchen my dear and don't concern yourself with such matters.
Haha, don't upset them;)

I was a feminist when I was younger but as I grew older I realised that I wanted to be a mechanic/welder because that's what 'I' wanted to do and it was nothing to do with feminism. One of the best compliments I had was that I was a very good welder but extremely feminine with it.

In a relationship if the man does what he's good at and the woman does what she is good at they are equal and far from being annoyed if someone whistles at me now I am just grateful.

There is a big difference between a man looking at a poster of a semi-naked woman and him treating all women as sex objects. Feminists do women more harm than good by nit picking like this.
[quote][p][bold]honest_paul[/bold] wrote: The poster the young fillie is holding in the photo, unfortunately doesn't even show any pictures of scantily clad women so I am not sure what their problem is. That's the unfortunate thing of allowing women to be educated, they develop an opinion! Get back in the kitchen my dear and don't concern yourself with such matters.[/p][/quote]Haha, don't upset them;) I was a feminist when I was younger but as I grew older I realised that I wanted to be a mechanic/welder because that's what 'I' wanted to do and it was nothing to do with feminism. One of the best compliments I had was that I was a very good welder but extremely feminine with it. In a relationship if the man does what he's good at and the woman does what she is good at they are equal and far from being annoyed if someone whistles at me now I am just grateful. There is a big difference between a man looking at a poster of a semi-naked woman and him treating all women as sex objects. Feminists do women more harm than good by nit picking like this. MentalCow
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12:57pm Tue 8 Mar 11

penhale says...

honest_paul wrote:
The poster the young fillie is holding in the photo, unfortunately doesn't even show any pictures of scantily clad women so I am not sure what their problem is. That's the unfortunate thing of allowing women to be educated, they develop an opinion! Get back in the kitchen my dear and don't concern yourself with such matters.
Very good but I'm sure you're in for some stick for that comment.
[quote][p][bold]honest_paul[/bold] wrote: The poster the young fillie is holding in the photo, unfortunately doesn't even show any pictures of scantily clad women so I am not sure what their problem is. That's the unfortunate thing of allowing women to be educated, they develop an opinion! Get back in the kitchen my dear and don't concern yourself with such matters.[/p][/quote]Very good but I'm sure you're in for some stick for that comment. penhale
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1:06pm Tue 8 Mar 11

Jonkers says...

And don't they look a bunch of happy and well balanced cheery individuals.

Hands up who wants to join their gang.

No one?
And don't they look a bunch of happy and well balanced cheery individuals. Hands up who wants to join their gang. No one? Jonkers
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1:06pm Tue 8 Mar 11

ben111 says...

Storm in a teacup when you see what is online .
Storm in a teacup when you see what is online . ben111
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1:08pm Tue 8 Mar 11

Derf says...

Don't worry yourself with such triffling matters, put on a pretty frock and go press some flowers and play with fluffy kittens poppet...
Don't worry yourself with such triffling matters, put on a pretty frock and go press some flowers and play with fluffy kittens poppet... Derf
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1:20pm Tue 8 Mar 11

penhale says...

This could be a re-birth of Mary Whitehouse, they do look such a happy bunch.
This could be a re-birth of Mary Whitehouse, they do look such a happy bunch. penhale
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1:23pm Tue 8 Mar 11

Pablo23 says...

ben111 wrote:
Storm in a teacup when you see what is online .
Whats that then?
[quote][p][bold]ben111[/bold] wrote: Storm in a teacup when you see what is online .[/p][/quote]Whats that then? Pablo23
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1:40pm Tue 8 Mar 11

contric says...

i started as a welder and later i realised i wanted to be a feminist called gladys the nicest thing said to me was your a lousy welder but a lovely bon*
i started as a welder and later i realised i wanted to be a feminist called gladys the nicest thing said to me was your a lousy welder but a lovely bon* contric
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1:52pm Tue 8 Mar 11

BIGTONE says...

Anyway........nothin
g wrong with being a feminist.
If they want to grow moustaches and beards thats fine by me as long as it aint as good as mine.Mind you.....some belters out there. :OP
Anyway........nothin g wrong with being a feminist. If they want to grow moustaches and beards thats fine by me as long as it aint as good as mine.Mind you.....some belters out there. :OP BIGTONE
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2:00pm Tue 8 Mar 11

poolepaul says...

Look, you've lost. Get over it and get back in the kitchen....hahahaha
Look, you've lost. Get over it and get back in the kitchen....hahahaha poolepaul
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2:32pm Tue 8 Mar 11

westbourneman says...

No wonder they want to put student fee's up. get a job you lot and get into the real world.
No wonder they want to put student fee's up. get a job you lot and get into the real world. westbourneman
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2:51pm Tue 8 Mar 11

Nickolai says...

Will they also be complaining about the tacky and naff posters around the Triangle with their "hilarious" double entendres and innuendo for the Lesbian nights at the Branksome and DYMK etc ?
Will they also be complaining about the tacky and naff posters around the Triangle with their "hilarious" double entendres and innuendo for the Lesbian nights at the Branksome and DYMK etc ? Nickolai
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4:22pm Tue 8 Mar 11

Bob49 says...

Those wretched posters in the Triangle can be very confusing.

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I turned up to one night thinking it said Comedy KIng (open night). Thought it might be a chance for me to see how good I was at comedy.

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Turns out it was Come Dyking (a gay ladies only event.
Those wretched posters in the Triangle can be very confusing. . I turned up to one night thinking it said Comedy KIng (open night). Thought it might be a chance for me to see how good I was at comedy. . Turns out it was Come Dyking (a gay ladies only event. Bob49
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5:32pm Tue 8 Mar 11

charmy1 says...

Im suprised nobody has noticed the irony in calling a feminist group BUST!!
Im suprised nobody has noticed the irony in calling a feminist group BUST!! charmy1
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5:49pm Tue 8 Mar 11

EGHH says...

I did! I remember when Newcastle Polytechnic was made a new university. Seeing as Newcastle had a uni already the board decided on the name Central University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Until someone pointed it what the initials spelt...
I did! I remember when Newcastle Polytechnic was made a new university. Seeing as Newcastle had a uni already the board decided on the name Central University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Until someone pointed it what the initials spelt... EGHH
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5:49pm Tue 8 Mar 11

Azphreal says...

Ok so it lost 80 votes to 5 but there are 6 people in the photo so i guess they were all very commited. Would this same group have complained if it had been men on the posters or are they of the 'there is no sexism towards men' groups?
Ok so it lost 80 votes to 5 but there are 6 people in the photo so i guess they were all very commited. Would this same group have complained if it had been men on the posters or are they of the 'there is no sexism towards men' groups? Azphreal
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6:40pm Tue 8 Mar 11

jeebuscripes says...

Chloe, a second year journalism student, told the Echo: “If men see women as sex objects they are not going to get as much as they can out of a relationship.”

What does Chloe know about what men want or need, or should be getting out of a relationship?

Get off your interfering high horse.

I don't even know where to start with this. Is it the banning of advertising, the presumption that women are all being exploited, or just the fact that they are like some sort of modern Enid Blyton Famous Five story gone Stazi bonkers?

The blonde girl in the picture is showing a bit of cleavage. Put it away love, you might risk wrecking your relationship, or the wrath of Chloe.
Chloe, a second year journalism student, told the Echo: “If men see women as sex objects they are not going to get as much as they can out of a relationship.” What does Chloe know about what men want or need, or should be getting out of a relationship? Get off your interfering high horse. I don't even know where to start with this. Is it the banning of advertising, the presumption that women are all being exploited, or just the fact that they are like some sort of modern Enid Blyton Famous Five story gone Stazi bonkers? The blonde girl in the picture is showing a bit of cleavage. Put it away love, you might risk wrecking your relationship, or the wrath of Chloe. jeebuscripes
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6:49pm Tue 8 Mar 11

honest_paul says...

You've got to admit though, Chloe is pretty fit!
You've got to admit though, Chloe is pretty fit! honest_paul
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7:08pm Tue 8 Mar 11

charmy1 says...

I prefer the blonde in the bust revealing low cut top in the background! ;0)
I prefer the blonde in the bust revealing low cut top in the background! ;0) charmy1
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7:37pm Tue 8 Mar 11

nasher472000 says...

I should point out that this actually lost 92-5 and although Chloe submitted the motion she did not attend the meeting herself to argue her case.
I should point out that this actually lost 92-5 and although Chloe submitted the motion she did not attend the meeting herself to argue her case. nasher472000
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7:46pm Tue 8 Mar 11

gerbil112 says...

As this Ball was held last month, surely they lost their appeal last month too? Is this "news"
As this Ball was held last month, surely they lost their appeal last month too? Is this "news" gerbil112
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8:56pm Tue 8 Mar 11

slimline says...

Not to worry Chloe, same sex marriages are allowed nowadays, so you should be ok. Some journalist you are going to turn out to be. Not interested in what others want, as long as they agree with you? You would be better off jacking your course in and go work for the Conservatives in town. Just as a matter of interest, why didn't you bother to turn up for the vote?
Not to worry Chloe, same sex marriages are allowed nowadays, so you should be ok. Some journalist you are going to turn out to be. Not interested in what others want, as long as they agree with you? You would be better off jacking your course in and go work for the Conservatives in town. Just as a matter of interest, why didn't you bother to turn up for the vote? slimline
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10:03pm Tue 8 Mar 11

darren_55 says...

charmy1 wrote:
I prefer the blonde in the bust revealing low cut top in the background! ;0)
It would be great to see more feminist action from either of them.
[quote][p][bold]charmy1[/bold] wrote: I prefer the blonde in the bust revealing low cut top in the background! ;0)[/p][/quote]It would be great to see more feminist action from either of them. darren_55
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12:36am Wed 9 Mar 11

GreenFire83 says...

Yup, as a month old, the story’s definitely past its sell-by-date, but the experience of many women is that this town is home to, and frequently visited by way more than its fair share of backward male-chauvinist sickos… It’s about flippin’ time we had any kind of backlash. Many women avoid central Bournemouth on a Friday and Saturday night, because it does not feel safe – BUT WE SHOULDN’T HAVE TO.
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If you view women as sex objects it is you who does not live in the ‘Real World’, but it is we who have to suffer for your delusions.
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When I was at 6th form college, the ‘students union’ (ie: one man who wasn’t a student, but was employed by the college to run a small hut with tables in it.) decided to put up lots of posters advertising some kind of college/sports thing of the time, depicting a naked young woman from the waste up, with big frightened eyes and her fists in boxing gloves in front of her breasts. Having to commute to college I had neither the time, nor the energy to organize any kind of campaign, so I’d simply tear down any I saw :-)
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Young people are spoon fed revolting amounts of sexist lies as it is, without the unspoken sanction of college or uni.
Yup, as a month old, the story’s definitely past its sell-by-date, but the experience of many women is that this town is home to, and frequently visited by way more than its fair share of backward male-chauvinist sickos… It’s about flippin’ time we had any kind of backlash. Many women avoid central Bournemouth on a Friday and Saturday night, because it does not feel safe – BUT WE SHOULDN’T HAVE TO. . If you view women as sex objects it is you who does not live in the ‘Real World’, but it is we who have to suffer for your delusions. . When I was at 6th form college, the ‘students union’ (ie: one man who wasn’t a student, but was employed by the college to run a small hut with tables in it.) decided to put up lots of posters advertising some kind of college/sports thing of the time, depicting a naked young woman from the waste up, with big frightened eyes and her fists in boxing gloves in front of her breasts. Having to commute to college I had neither the time, nor the energy to organize any kind of campaign, so I’d simply tear down any I saw :-) . Young people are spoon fed revolting amounts of sexist lies as it is, without the unspoken sanction of college or uni. GreenFire83
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8:02am Wed 9 Mar 11

workingman says...

Well done Chloe. I'm glad that you have got the guts to stand up for what is right. There is far too much exploitation of women and just becuse it has become the norm it does not mean that it is right.

The rest of you should be ashamed of yourselves. No doubt you all voted Tory and think that they are doing a great job!!!!!!
Well done Chloe. I'm glad that you have got the guts to stand up for what is right. There is far too much exploitation of women and just becuse it has become the norm it does not mean that it is right. The rest of you should be ashamed of yourselves. No doubt you all voted Tory and think that they are doing a great job!!!!!! workingman
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8:18am Wed 9 Mar 11

djdaface says...

Love to see a group of masulinists stopping all the "Dream boys" posters etc

Women do it too its just men dont give a monkeys if women objectify them
Love to see a group of masulinists stopping all the "Dream boys" posters etc Women do it too its just men dont give a monkeys if women objectify them djdaface
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9:07am Wed 9 Mar 11

workingman says...

djdaface wrote:
Love to see a group of masulinists stopping all the "Dream boys" posters etc

Women do it too its just men dont give a monkeys if women objectify them
I'm sure that all those women forced into the sex trade through poverty or threat of violence would find that very amusing!

Why don't we just bring back bear baiting? That's always good for a laugh and the bear actually enjoys it. No? Do you think that women enjoy stripping off or having sex with fat , bald, middle age tw*ts?
[quote][p][bold]djdaface[/bold] wrote: Love to see a group of masulinists stopping all the "Dream boys" posters etc Women do it too its just men dont give a monkeys if women objectify them[/p][/quote]I'm sure that all those women forced into the sex trade through poverty or threat of violence would find that very amusing! Why don't we just bring back bear baiting? That's always good for a laugh and the bear actually enjoys it. No? Do you think that women enjoy stripping off or having sex with fat , bald, middle age tw*ts? workingman
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10:03am Wed 9 Mar 11

theNerve says...

Oh come on! burn ya bras by all means, but do not offend mine eyes with yer wobbly bits.
Oh come on! burn ya bras by all means, but do not offend mine eyes with yer wobbly bits. theNerve
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10:25am Wed 9 Mar 11

The Liberal says...

workingman wrote:
Well done Chloe. I'm glad that you have got the guts to stand up for what is right. There is far too much exploitation of women and just becuse it has become the norm it does not mean that it is right.

The rest of you should be ashamed of yourselves. No doubt you all voted Tory and think that they are doing a great job!!!!!!
Yes, that kind of idiot will always vote for a bunch of tits.
[quote][p][bold]workingman[/bold] wrote: Well done Chloe. I'm glad that you have got the guts to stand up for what is right. There is far too much exploitation of women and just becuse it has become the norm it does not mean that it is right. The rest of you should be ashamed of yourselves. No doubt you all voted Tory and think that they are doing a great job!!!!!![/p][/quote]Yes, that kind of idiot will always vote for a bunch of tits. The Liberal
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11:32am Wed 9 Mar 11

Jonkers says...

workingman wrote:
djdaface wrote: Love to see a group of masulinists stopping all the "Dream boys" posters etc Women do it too its just men dont give a monkeys if women objectify them
I'm sure that all those women forced into the sex trade through poverty or threat of violence would find that very amusing! Why don't we just bring back bear baiting? That's always good for a laugh and the bear actually enjoys it. No? Do you think that women enjoy stripping off or having sex with fat , bald, middle age tw*ts?
Oh you're so right.
Last week someone at work left The Sun open on page 3. I didn't mean to see it but it has really affected me.
I'm off to Latvia to kidnap a girl off the streets and then will keep her in my basement. Probably.
It just goes to show even something as seemingly inoffensive as a provocative poster in a bus stop can lead to the other end of the scale of forced prostitution, yet no one seems to see the link.
Good thing people like you take these things so seriously.
“Keep ‘em peeled”.
[quote][p][bold]workingman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]djdaface[/bold] wrote: Love to see a group of masulinists stopping all the "Dream boys" posters etc Women do it too its just men dont give a monkeys if women objectify them[/p][/quote]I'm sure that all those women forced into the sex trade through poverty or threat of violence would find that very amusing! Why don't we just bring back bear baiting? That's always good for a laugh and the bear actually enjoys it. No? Do you think that women enjoy stripping off or having sex with fat , bald, middle age tw*ts?[/p][/quote]Oh you're so right. Last week someone at work left The Sun open on page 3. I didn't mean to see it but it has really affected me. I'm off to Latvia to kidnap a girl off the streets and then will keep her in my basement. Probably. It just goes to show even something as seemingly inoffensive as a provocative poster in a bus stop can lead to the other end of the scale of forced prostitution, yet no one seems to see the link. Good thing people like you take these things so seriously. “Keep ‘em peeled”. Jonkers
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12:15pm Wed 9 Mar 11

rook says...

Ali: "A lot of boys me know is trying to get their girlfriends into feminism, do you that is right?"

Sue: "Yes, I do actually I think it's a good thing."

Ali: "Do you think all girls should try feminism at least once?"
Ali: "A lot of boys me know is trying to get their girlfriends into feminism, do you that is right?" Sue: "Yes, I do actually I think it's a good thing." Ali: "Do you think all girls should try feminism at least once?" rook
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12:58pm Wed 9 Mar 11

Pepper Pig says...

workingman wrote:
djdaface wrote: Love to see a group of masulinists stopping all the "Dream boys" posters etc Women do it too its just men dont give a monkeys if women objectify them
I'm sure that all those women forced into the sex trade through poverty or threat of violence would find that very amusing! Why don't we just bring back bear baiting? That's always good for a laugh and the bear actually enjoys it. No? Do you think that women enjoy stripping off or having sex with fat , bald, middle age tw*ts?
Oh come on, Mr 'Workingman'!! I object to your asumption that women object to having sex with "fat, bald, middle age tw*ts" as you call them. My husband is middle aged, slightly over weight and bald as a coot, but i don't mind having sex with him. In fact we go at it hammer-and-tongs most evenings, so whats you point????? or do you have one at all ??
[quote][p][bold]workingman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]djdaface[/bold] wrote: Love to see a group of masulinists stopping all the "Dream boys" posters etc Women do it too its just men dont give a monkeys if women objectify them[/p][/quote]I'm sure that all those women forced into the sex trade through poverty or threat of violence would find that very amusing! Why don't we just bring back bear baiting? That's always good for a laugh and the bear actually enjoys it. No? Do you think that women enjoy stripping off or having sex with fat , bald, middle age tw*ts?[/p][/quote]Oh come on, Mr 'Workingman'!! I object to your asumption that women object to having sex with "fat, bald, middle age tw*ts" as you call them. My husband is middle aged, slightly over weight and bald as a coot, but i don't mind having sex with him. In fact we go at it hammer-and-tongs most evenings, so whats you point????? or do you have one at all ?? Pepper Pig
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1:11pm Wed 9 Mar 11

Richard45 says...

So if they lost 80 votes to five, one of them in the picture can't be too passionate about the issue
So if they lost 80 votes to five, one of them in the picture can't be too passionate about the issue Richard45
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2:03pm Wed 9 Mar 11

24601 says...

To those of you leaving crude remarks about the size of breasts and which girl is fitter... you should be ashamed of yourselves.

This group of students, from what I can see, is trying to make a positive change in an area which is, clearly, full of ignorant idiots who think it's funny to objectify and intimidate women.

As it stands, BU students together against sexism is an anti-sexism society, NOT and feminist group and therefore your comments on that matter are completely unwarranted.

I have seen this group of students around wearing t-shirts with the mottoes 'A woman is worth more than her cup size' and 'A man is worth more than his shoe size.' I for one thought this was a clever way of bringing attention to the fact that we live in a highly objectifying and sexual society but clearly the message hasn't reached that many people.

As a student I know how difficult the relationship is between students and the rest of the Bournemouth community. I thought that a positive, forward thinking group like BUST would help to change people's opinions on those studying here.

I am embarrassed to say that I live in an area with so many shallow and narrow minded people.
To those of you leaving crude remarks about the size of breasts and which girl is fitter... you should be ashamed of yourselves. This group of students, from what I can see, is trying to make a positive change in an area which is, clearly, full of ignorant idiots who think it's funny to objectify and intimidate women. As it stands, BU students together against sexism is an anti-sexism society, NOT and feminist group and therefore your comments on that matter are completely unwarranted. I have seen this group of students around wearing t-shirts with the mottoes 'A woman is worth more than her cup size' and 'A man is worth more than his shoe size.' I for one thought this was a clever way of bringing attention to the fact that we live in a highly objectifying and sexual society but clearly the message hasn't reached that many people. As a student I know how difficult the relationship is between students and the rest of the Bournemouth community. I thought that a positive, forward thinking group like BUST would help to change people's opinions on those studying here. I am embarrassed to say that I live in an area with so many shallow and narrow minded people. 24601
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2:21pm Wed 9 Mar 11

Jonkers says...

Blah, blah "I'm a student", blah, blah "I know everything and I'm going to save the world because my generation is soooooooooo much better than any other" blah, blah, blah.
Blah, blah "I'm a student", blah, blah "I know everything and I'm going to save the world because my generation is soooooooooo much better than any other" blah, blah, blah. Jonkers
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2:31pm Wed 9 Mar 11

24601 says...

Jonkers wrote:
Blah, blah "I'm a student", blah, blah "I know everything and I'm going to save the world because my generation is soooooooooo much better than any other" blah, blah, blah.
Yes, that's exactly what I said.
What a mature way to deal with people who disagree with you.
[quote][p][bold]Jonkers[/bold] wrote: Blah, blah "I'm a student", blah, blah "I know everything and I'm going to save the world because my generation is soooooooooo much better than any other" blah, blah, blah.[/p][/quote]Yes, that's exactly what I said. What a mature way to deal with people who disagree with you. 24601
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10:15pm Wed 9 Mar 11

darren_55 says...

24601 wrote:
Jonkers wrote:
Blah, blah "I'm a student", blah, blah "I know everything and I'm going to save the world because my generation is soooooooooo much better than any other" blah, blah, blah.
Yes, that's exactly what I said.
What a mature way to deal with people who disagree with you.
I agree with Jonkers. Student protests are so amusing. My favourite is when they organise a petition on a student internet site and expect that the world will stop turning.
[quote][p][bold]24601[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Jonkers[/bold] wrote: Blah, blah "I'm a student", blah, blah "I know everything and I'm going to save the world because my generation is soooooooooo much better than any other" blah, blah, blah.[/p][/quote]Yes, that's exactly what I said. What a mature way to deal with people who disagree with you.[/p][/quote]I agree with Jonkers. Student protests are so amusing. My favourite is when they organise a petition on a student internet site and expect that the world will stop turning. darren_55
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10:24am Thu 10 Mar 11

theNerve says...

students! huh, big bunch of middle class, bourgeoisie kids, that mummy and daddy are supporting while the waste there lives getting a degree in psychology, only in later life to become social workers inflicting there middle class morals on scum like me!
students! huh, big bunch of middle class, bourgeoisie kids, that mummy and daddy are supporting while the waste there lives getting a degree in psychology, only in later life to become social workers inflicting there middle class morals on scum like me! theNerve
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10:51am Thu 10 Mar 11

24601 says...

theNerve wrote:
students! huh, big bunch of middle class, bourgeoisie kids, that mummy and daddy are supporting while the waste there lives getting a degree in psychology, only in later life to become social workers inflicting there middle class morals on scum like me!
I don't believe I should have to justify myself but in an effort to stop others suffering at the hands of your ignorance, my parents will both happily say they're working class and I get through University on a loan paid for by their's and your tax payments.

And although I have no intention of become a social worker I'll thank 'scum' like you in advance for helping me get there if I do.

Cheers.
[quote][p][bold]theNerve[/bold] wrote: students! huh, big bunch of middle class, bourgeoisie kids, that mummy and daddy are supporting while the waste there lives getting a degree in psychology, only in later life to become social workers inflicting there middle class morals on scum like me![/p][/quote]I don't believe I should have to justify myself but in an effort to stop others suffering at the hands of your ignorance, my parents will both happily say they're working class and I get through University on a loan paid for by their's and your tax payments. And although I have no intention of become a social worker I'll thank 'scum' like you in advance for helping me get there if I do. Cheers. 24601
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