University of Calgary professor Rebecca Sullivan, whose work focuses on feminist media and cultural studies, looks like someone right out of central casting.
In a recent appearance on CBC, she offered a ludicrous analysis of The Red Pill documentary that would make one question if she even saw the film.
And now, the professor has moved on from condemning that documentary, to condemning Calgary’s Hostel Bar over a chalkboard sign that aimed for humour, but she says perpetuates misogyny.
Sullivan said she was shocked, disgusted, offended etc., etc., etc. by the outdoor sign that read, “Guys, no shirt, no service. Ladies no shirt, no charge.”
Remember the good ol’ days when if you didn’t care for something at a shop, you’d take your business elsewhere?
But, because it’s 2018, if something triggers a snowflake, the left’s tyranny requires that it be expunged, even if it’s just a phrase on a chalkboard sign.