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University of Chicago: Freedom of Speech

In Uncategorized on September 2, 2016 at 4:05 pm

I grew up just blocks away from the prestigious University of Chicago.

In fact, about year 2000, when I wanted a female Elvis costume, I drove from Chicago to Crete, Illinois, to Anne Rielhe who had 8,000 costumes. I told her I wanted to look feminine, not like a lesbian Elvis, but a (White) woman who gave a tribute saying, “Thank you to Elvis,” for all the love he showered on the woman. When I arrived in Vegas I got on stage and said on the mic in karaoke, I wanted to give to the (White) men what Elvis gave to the (White) women. Note I didn’t say word White on microphone with respect; I had to hide that. One can cut up the White man and hate them, but who dare say White with love. I did with many of my songs.

I said I wanted to show cleavage since I breastfed against all odds in 1973, Chicago, and my milk supply was my trademark. She told me she was curator and lecturer on Women’s Fashion at the University of Chicago and women always showed cleavage since the Babylonian times. I myself figured out it must have been baby formula and homosexuals who hate White women’s breasts, since their female figure in their relationships can’t nurse or have breasts. Homos design women’s fashion for decades and decades.

Here’s an article on freedom of speech about the University of Chicago, (I grew up just a few miles away in South Chicago ghetto with Polish-White Americans.

It’s ironic this university is leading the way now in Freedom of Speech. Just look at my entire website. The beginning ones which were very timid and sweet, to a full time Civil Rights Activist and Warrior.

https://www.bostonglobe.com/opinion/editorials/2016/09/01/chicago-leads-way-for-free-speech-campus/I21ZIj8z7rijTlqgRHpuXO/story.html

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