A man walks into a bar, sits down for a drink, and gets blitzed by radical feminist propaganda written on drink coasters. It may sound like the start of a joke but it’s a reality at some Hogtown establishments.
It’s part of a coaster-messaging program to “fight sexual harassment and gender-based violence in Toronto bars.”
This latest instalment in social engineering employs several local artists who will likely never gain employment at Marvel or DC Comics, and includes copy that says things like:
“Consent matters. Listen to her.”
“A coaster can’t change patriarchy but it can remind you that gender is fluid and empathy is imperative.”
This project called “On The Table”, is the brainchild of four female social justice warriors. The anti-harassment coasters are meant to “create a larger dialogue” but really just promote a particular anti-male narrative.
Watch as I share a few examples with you and you’ll understand why, even though it’s only the second week of January, one of these nuggets has already received my W.T.F. Award for 2017.
We’ve already surrendered the campus and workplace to political correctness. Can’t we leave the bar as a safe space for those of us who just want to drown our sorrows without getting nagged by propaganda created by feminist social justice warriors?
I need a drink. Where’s the nearest Hooters?