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These are three guys with penises
by Snarkasaurus Rex
It’s time to ask: “Other men are doing this? Why aren’t you?” That’s the question Chuck Derry suggests women pose to the men in their lives about working to prevent gender violence.
Jewell: "When asked to participate, I immediately bought a turtleneck and grew a mustache."
Derry: "I got a Steig Larson tattoo last week."
Heisler: “I have no idea how doing outreach to women within our movement engages men, but I think I’m clearly the most attractive of the three of us.”
Derry: “Shut it, Ed. It’s so typical of you to microaggress like that.”
Jewell: "Guys! Your socialized tendency towards violence is taking over. Here, take this knitted Jackson Katz worry doll."
Derry & Heisler: “…”
Outside, a whistle and a “nice ass” is heard.
Jewell: "Did you hear that guy outside just catcall that woman?"
Derry: “You know what this means.”
Heisler: “Let’s do this thing.”
Ed, Chuck, and Frank all remove rings from a pouch held around their necks. They slip the rings onto their index fingers, and join fists.
Heisler: “Which play, bros?”
Derry: “Pineapple Powerdrill.”
Jewell: “You’re crazy!”
Derry: “Bros. We have no choice.”
The team quaked with worry as they approached the door.
To be continued ellipses question mark…?