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(Photo: Truong Vu Pham/NHM) Will the next demand be to leave these great thinkers and scientists out of our curricula and public spheres altogether, for fear of upsetting people?
Kathrine Jebsen Moore / Sep 20, 2020
Thankfully, Young is resilient, and unlike the Guardian, is ready to defend people he doesn’t agree with, rather than attempting to harm them
Kathrine Jebsen Moore / Mar 3, 2020
Like Corbyn, Thunberg seems to thrive on pointing out faults in our society, And like Corbyn, Thunberg is willing to bend the truth to suit her agenda.
Kathrine Jebsen Moore / Dec 15, 2019
Do social justice warriors have an ounce of humour left? The list of things we are allowed to talk or…
Kathrine Jebsen Moore / Nov 25, 2019
When a panel of women all seem to be in agreement about the necessity of killing men on prime-time TV, you start to wonder what’s happening to our culture.
Kathrine Jebsen Moore / Nov 6, 2019
The Jordan Peterson film was cancelled by the Carlton Cinema in Toronto because “apparently one or more staff complained about the film.”
Kathrine Jebsen Moore / Sep 17, 2019
Harry’s statement is part of a wider sentiment that claims humans are a cancer on the planet. This anti-humanism is exemplified by the “BirthStrikers”
Kathrine Jebsen Moore / Aug 7, 2019
Carl says a possible way forward to increase viewpoint diversity may involve online universities, which Jordan Peterson has advocated, or withholding public funding for universities that refuse to comply with free speech.
Kathrine Jebsen Moore / Jul 2, 2019
Ravelry, the world’s largest online knitting community, is banning support for US president Donald Trump and his administration. The move is to ensure a space that is “inclusive of all,” the website says.
Kathrine Jebsen Moore / Jun 25, 2019
Last weekend, Norwegian communists and socialists gathered in a working-class suburb of Oslo for their annual conference.
Kathrine Jebsen Moore / May 14, 2019
The right to be wrong has to be defended in a world where we always strive to be seen as being right.
Kathrine Jebsen Moore / May 11, 2019