Conversation cops at Queen’s University

A Globe and Mail article explains that Queen’s University has hired conversation cops to interrupt conversations that aren’t up to politically correct standards.

Your friend’s new fuchsia fedora might be hideous. But don’t call it gay, or you might get a language lesson from the conversation cops. [continue].

The end of the article includes "a sampling of some behaviour that could warrant attention" from one of these interlopers. One of the examples is "if a student avoids a classmate’s birthday party for faith-based reasons." So making decisions based on one’s faith is now a problem that requires official intervention? Sheesh.

What an idiotic plan.

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