So, Baylor University, which remains under investigation by the NCAA following its horrific sexual assault scandal and his thusfar somehow avoided the NCAA “death penalty” (aka the NCAA’s ability to suspend a sports program from competing for a year or more), has this secret society named the NoZe Brotherhood.
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The NoZe bros trolled the stuffing out of Baylor in 2016 as the scandal broke, rolling down the Waco streets with a “sweeping it under the rug” homecoming float.
Now, they have started selling “Make Baylor Great Again” hats for $20 a piece and launched a GoFundMe campaign called “Help NoZe Bros End Rape Kit Backlog.”
The goal of both is to help end the backlog of sexual assault forensic evidence kits, also known as “rape kits,” held by the Texas Department of Public Safety.
All of the hat profits will go to the TDPS. The GoFundMe is for donations from those who might not want to purchase a hat.
As of 2017, there has been a backlog of roughly 20,000 untested rape kits, dating as far back as the 1990s.
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You can find out more about this effort at the Noze Brotherhood’s GoFundMe page.
The levels of irony contained by a Baptist school’s pranky secret society modifying the slogan of an American president with sexual assault allegations of his own and earnestly (I think) placing it on clothing intended to raise money to aid sexual assault victims was too complicated to parse.
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