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OMG: Disturbing realization: since sex toy bingo is paid for out of the FEDS fee, we are essentially all paying money every term to buy sex toys for a few of our random peers.
Thanks FEDS, for having no regard for my morals or beliefs when spending my money on shit.

46 comments

  1. If we catered to literally everyone's beliefs, there'd effectively be nothing FEDS could do. Accept that a sufficient part of the school populace is okay with sex positive activities and that they accept their FEDS dollars go to other things they don't care for as well and it all works out in the end.

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  2. Sex Toy bingo is great. But some of my Feds fee goes to those evangelical Christian clubs I don't approve of, so...this cuts both ways.

    Deal.

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  3. You're either deluded, self-centered, or both.

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  4. We need a team to run for FEDS exec who will actually crusade for decent morals on campus. Call the university out on its pork-barreling, shut down degenerate groups like GLOW and the Women's Centre, and give that money back to students.

    But we can start by ending the scum of the earth known as WPIRG.

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    1. I'd actually be down for starting a Waterloo Anti-Degenerate League. Sounds fucking sick.

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    2. same tbh, holla

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  5. If it makes you feel better, I've heard it's all donated and I'm guessing by how busy it is, it's probably profitable for bomber.

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  6. The amount spent on dildos is covered by the cost spent on booze and food. Don't be so overdramatic.

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  7. "We need a team to run for FEDS exec who will actually crusade for decent morals on campus. Call the university out on its pork-barreling, shut down degenerate groups like GLOW and the Women's Centre, and give that money back to students."

    Because enforcing strong fundamentalist is working out so well for other countries that a western university in Canada should implement it due to moral (but really religious) beliefs. Go move to Syria sweetheart

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    1. The revolution has to start somewhere. Why not this campus?

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    2. Because your morals are your own and not to be pushed onto anyone else. Judge the crowd reaction, peruse the different platforms of social media, and realize that your fundamentalist views on morality are not shared. Just your use of the world 'revolution' is hilarious, realize that we're in Canada

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    3. This isn't about what's popular, it's about what's right and what's wrong. Universities shouldn't be places that enable the collapse of public morals and sexual frivolity.

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    4. Descriptive vs. normative morality 7.c. Your opinion on what's right and what's wrong is far from universal. In many eyes "sexual frivolity" in and of itself is not immoral, morality would come more into play about how you pursue it ie, causing harm to others emotionally, misrepresenting yourself, taking advantage, etc.

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    5. That's just vacuous relativism 7d. True morality is handed down to us from God, it's not up for debate.

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    6. lol. i'm not in this convo. but i just wanted to say lol, god. lolololol. rules are given by santa too. better be good for goodness sake.

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    7. Lol calls discussion of morality vacuous, proceeds to close mind to all debate and blindly follow whatever they were told to as a child. Lol let me guess, the "true morality handed down from god" lines up pretty closely with whatever rules are associated with your chosen sect of christianity and everything else is wrong.

      My views of morality are only relative in the sense that I believe that intent and situational circumstance matter, not that morality shifts based on time or culture. To me there is a firm yet narrow scope of universal human morality, right and wrong that's a loose amalgam of "above all else, do no harm", and "do unto others..". Basically "don't be a cunt to other people".

      Oddly enough that's basically the common core element to all three abrahamic religions (aside from faith in the existence of a single omnipotent higher power). Pretty much everything else is behavioural control based on antiquated fundamentalist dogmatic bullshit.

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    8. Nice fedora 9g! I can see you know a lot about theology! One whole belief from 3 religions... wow. You must have done a lot of research.

      > The only reason people follow religion is because of childhood indoctrination

      Indeed!! ++1 Comrade!! *Tips fedora*

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    9. Are you also an expert in philosophy? You seem really deep!

      > Only intent and circumstances

      Wow you're so smart, I don't think anyone else could have thought of that! Especially not those stupid rednecks right?? Right??? Haha hahaha. We should meet up and watch some anime. Do you like anime too?

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    10. Strong families and modest women are staples in nearly every single religion on earth, neckbeard. Try not to cut yourself on those edges.

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    11. @7(OP);

      Yea, Poland is a fucking terrorist hellhole!

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    12. #triggered

      Reading comprehension isn't your strong suit is it? Nothing against religion itself. that would be really weird for a redneck christian country boy wouldn't it? And people have thought of it and discussed it at length. normative view of morality ring a bell?

      I watched Pokemon as a kid, does that count?

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    13. Yikes 7.k, that's definitely not true even in this day and age. There are some pretty messed up religions floating around. Not having strong family values is the least of it.

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    14. Top 10 religions in the world. Happy?

      Not talking about Levayan Satanism.

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    15. > Reading comprehension isn't your strong suit is it? Nothing against religion itself.

      You literally just said:

      > blindly follow whatever they were told to as a child.

      I think my reading comprehension is fine.

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    16. Nahh man, thanks for illustrating my point.
      Context is everything.

      Yes, I "literally just said that", with the literal purpose of mocking the person that could condemn discussion of morality as "vacuous" in the same breath as touting the teachings of their given sect as "not up for debate" because it's handed down from God, while being seemingly blind to the fact that there's THERES A GREAT DEAL OF FUCKING DEBATE, even within the confines of each sect of the christian church, let alone christianity as a whole or other religions with different teachings passed down from god.

      I'll keep the sentences simple for you. Me have no problem with religion. Me christian. Me think Golden Rule is most important teaching of all abrahamic -if not all human- religion. Me believes this is core of normative (absolute) morality. Me thinks that the various dogmas and prescriptive behavioral codes of different sects push people farther away from following the spirit of christianity and cause unnecessary social division. If all people try to follow golden rule, be lawful contributing members of society, not be cunts, and butt the fuck out of other peoples business on the trivial stuff everyone will be happier.

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    17. > fact that there's THERES A GREAT DEAL OF FUCKING DEBATE, even within the confines of each sect of the christian church, let alone christianity as a whole or other religions with different teachings passed down from god.

      There's no debate on whether promiscuous women are virtuous or not, and there's no debate on homosexuality and all of this tranny shit. If someone supports this, they are not Christians, or a Muslim, or a Jew etc.. It is very clear what the religious scriptures say.


      > and butt the fuck out of other peoples business on the trivial stuff everyone will be happier.

      I don't agree with this. I agree with everything else, but you can't just ignore things like this that tear the fabric of a society. That's why we now have such a degenerate country, full of drugs and alcohol, porn and hookup culture etc.

      The inner world is important, including that of the individual and the family, but the outer world - society - should also be important. Without that cultural aspect, everything falls apart, as we can now see with the various random sects of Christianity and the incredibly large number of edgy athiests/satanists who genuinely believe in hedonism as a way of life.

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    18. Lol after all this sniping turns out our views are not as far apart as we thought, though the seemingly small divide is actually probably pretty insurmountable.

      From the sounds of it you're (strange hypocrisy when it comes to male premarital sex and promiscuity aside) a fairly hardcore fundamentalist.

      I'm a liberal protestant when it comes to hermeneutics, I think that scriptures are a human accounting of events warped and twisted by the social norms of the time and as such cannot be interpreted as the literal "word of god." That's why I think a lot of the dogmatic social controls are dated nonsense. Also as a nontheist/ pantheist christian you probably woudn't consider me christian at all.

      But moving past that I disagree. You use the phrase "tear the fabric of society." I think that fabric and tearing is a very apt metaphor to explain my stance. In my opinion fundamentalist views and enforcement do far more to "tear the fabric" by both weakening it and subjecting it to undo stress. A society built on being good above all else (love thy neighbour) while tolerant (even if you don't agree them) of deviating lifestyle choices will be strong and resistant to tearing. Those behaviours only "tear the fabric" because fundamentalist views turn kevlar into cotton, draw the line and hold a knife to it.

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    19. >I'm a liberal protestant
      well there's your problem

      you value post-enlightenment values over Christian values and reinterpret Christian teachings to suit your temporal values, rather than the other way around as you should be doing.

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    20. Like I said, insurmountable.

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    21. From 7.r: "and there's no debate on homosexuality and all of this tranny shit"

      Religious groups are literally holding votes to decide whether to change their views on gay marriage. One had it TWO WEEKS AGO (Anglican? Something like that).

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    22. > Religious groups are literally holding votes to decide whether to change their views on gay marriage. One had it TWO WEEKS AGO (Anglican? Something like that).

      Who the fuck takes a religion seriously that has democratic elections about scripture? LOOL what the fuck

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    23. > Religious groups are literally holding votes to decide whether to change their views on gay marriage. One had it TWO WEEKS AGO (Anglican? Something like that).

      Who the fuck takes a religion seriously that has democratic elections about scripture? LOOL what the fuck

      I'm 7r, not 7t, but I do agree that "liberal protestant" is an issue.

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    24. 7.w: So not only do you think you know better than all the people arguing against you, but now you know better than the highest-level clergy of the Anglican faith too? Jesus dude, if that right there doesn't wake you up to the fact that maybe you've got your head up your ass then there's really no convincing you. Props on figuring out the human condition in your early 20's...

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    25. > Props on figuring out the human condition in your early 20's...

      Riiiight, because taking a democratic vote to change the Bible is soooo deep and wise.

      Fucking protestants.. every time.

      I don't know better than , no. But the Bible does. So they shouldn't be claiming authority above it because of some uppitty whiny faggots.

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    26. Lol you dense motherfucker.
      Baaaa Baaaa.

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    27. Lol 7z, I'm not a protestant I just heard it on the radio. And yeah, the bible is up for interpretation and could use an update. By the way, that vote passed. That particular group will now be marrying gay couples in their churches.

      The irony here is that anyone who's gay who still wants to be married in a church after all the hatred and bigotry thrown their way is probably a more devout Christian than you.

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  8. Either way, everything is donated by Love Shop and the revenue that Bomber gets helps it from operating at a loss. Which means FEDS helps. With your dollars.

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  9. sex toys that are big are more expensive. i think we should donate more. thats my belief

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  10. Not everyone has a giant stick up their ass like you and therefore NEED sex toy bingo

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    1. I don't think it's a stick. OP might have forgotten rule #1 "always get one with a tapered end".

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  11. It's okay guys I test all the sex toys before we use them in bingo and I assure you, they're not that good.

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  12. ... not the only waste of our money by FEDs

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    1. What else does Feds waste our money on? Asking for a friend.

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  13. FEDS needs to give out soap bars to international students in addition to pamphlets on proper use.

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