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Send Defense Dildos: North Texas Gun Rights Activist Responds to "Cocks Not Glocks"

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Eventually, Texas' Open Carry movement was going to respond to the "Cocks Not Glocks" protests that lampooned campus carry at the University of Texas at Austin. There, a couple thousand dildos served as stand-ins for the handguns that can now be carried on public college campuses throughout the state. Brett Sanders ain't going to take it.

Sanders, for the uninitiated, is the all-purpose anarcho-libertarian behind a semi-famous cop-filming Youtube channel and a semi-viral stunt in which he paid a Frisco speeding ticket in pennies. His new short film mocking Cocks Not Glocks is some of the best work in his absurd oeuvre.

To the viewer, it reads like B-movie horror. A young woman in a "Take It and Come" T-shirt, proud with herself after a day of protesting, brings her large black dildo home to her apartment, which features a prominently placed copy of The Communist Manifesto. After making plans with a friend named Rosie Zander — which also happens to be the name of one of Cocks Not Glocks' organizers — the video's star encounters a home invader, tries to defend herself with the dildo and ends up dead, shot and killed by a guy in a hammer and sickle T-shirt.

Sanders released the video late last week, mocking the gun control advocacy group Moms Demand Action.

"Sadly, [Moms Demand Action] lost a good soldier tonight. RIP dildo girl," he tweeted with the video.

Check out the full video, and Sanders' making of featurette featuring him playing around with dildos, below.

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