McGill student speaks out against Microaggression Mania
In my post, Microaggression Mania: McGill U. student leader apologizes for .gif of Obama kicking open door, I noted how student leader Brian Farnan was mandated to issue an apology for sending a GIF taken from a Jay Leno parody of Obama kicking open a door at the end of a press conference.
Farnan not only apologized, he now is undergoing mandatory sensitivity training.
In my original post, I quoted a letter written by McGill student Ameya Pendse, who was not offended by the GIF but by Farnan’s apology:
Brian, your GIF didn’t offend me, your apology did. I am offended that you think I’m so shallow and high-strung that I would be offended by this.
Pendse was interviewed by Ezra Levant on Sun News:
Related post: We Stand With Ezra.
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