Okay, I was invited to this event on Facebook; it’s being held on my campus at the end of this month.
It’s called the J -Spot, and the website link was www.jaytalk.com.
So I looked it up, and I was SHOCKED. Well, I know I shouldn’t be, but still, it’s unsettling. Especially since I was invited by a guy whom I had just met recently (I mean, I knew he existed, but we got to know each other a little bit at a weekend conference for student government, and he seemed nice, listened to me, and my deafness didn’t seem to bother him, and we seemed to have a similar sense of humor, etc ). And this guy’s profile says he’s Catholic, and his views are Conservative.
I know. I had thought, before I found out about this, perhaps he’s a nice one worth getting to know better. But now, I’m thinking he was after one thing, but I didn’t give any indication that I was interested in that sort of thing at all!. Still, it may not be directed at me per se, 'cause he invited his other facebook friends to it too. I’m disappointed. He’d really have to prove himself if he was to have a chance to even DATE me, much less anything else!
The other thing is that I know he’s on a student group on campus that organizes nearly all of the events on campus, of a huge variety, including a butt-sketch artist and the vagina monologues, etc (it’s a public university). And perhaps it was his turn to advertise the event. But still, I wonder, why didn’t he refuse?
I have yet to RSVP for the event on Facebook. And I’m considering writing on the wall about the vulgarity of the event, and then organizing a group with my Catholic group friends to advocate a different way. So, any insight, comments, thoughts, suggestions, as to what to do, what to write for my rsvp of “no”, etc. would be very much appreciated.
I’m sorry, this is just a rant, but college students are so stupid! Either all the guys are too shy, or too outgoing. Where’s the happy medium?