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Whitey-Tightey Wellesley

Feminists are in an uproar on Wellesley College’s campus over the public display of a statue of a sleepwalking man wearing just white briefs, saying that the statue is a monument to “rape culture.”

They are so disturbed by this statue, in fact, that one student at the all-women’s institution began a petition to remove the art because it’s “become a source of apprehension, fear, and triggering thoughts regarding sexual assault for some members of our campus community,” according to the document.

Are they overreacting? Read more here.

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