Now this will make your day. A reporter at The Varsity, University of Toronto's campus paper contacted Ezra Levant about Lauren Southern “disrespecting” the safe space of the 'trans public'.
Here's Jack Denton's email:
I am a reporter with The Varsity, the campus newspaper at the University of Toronto. I am inquiring about, and looking for comment on, the presence of one of your hosts at an event at the university yesterday.
There was a teach-in and rally to educate the public about trans and non-binary experiences, held in the wake of Jordan Peterson’s public remarks denying the right to his students to be referred to by their preferred pronouns — which contradicts the Ontario Human Rights Code.
Your host, Lauren Southern, showed up to the event and was the first to take the stage when the mic was opened to the trans public at large. Despite the fact that she recently legally changed her gender, Southern still identifies as female and began to disrespect the space and people who invited her two speak — all without identifying herself as a journalist. This was not only viewed as highly disrespectful by the crowd, but is a breach of journalistic ethics.
Would The Rebel be willing to comment on this? Feel free to respond by email or give me a call.
Now, read Ezra's legendary response.
How dare you mansplain to Lorne that he still identifies as a female. You don’t even give him the courtesy of spelling his name properly. I’m guessing you’re the type of bigot who still calls Personitoba “Manitoba”.
Your note to me is full of subtle misogynistic triggers. You call yourself “Jack”; you say you are part of the Varsity’s “staff”. Why don’t you just drink a Budweiser and watch a game of football, you bigot.
The fact that you write that Lorne is “your host” is perhaps your rudest insult of all — a clear implication that Lorne is still a slave, owned by a master. You disgust me.
Feel “free” to respond? Yeah — as if anyone is free in your cis-heteronormative world. If I ever see you, I will blow my hate crime whistle.
P.S. It’s “invited her to speak”, not "invited her two speak”.