WDEL Blog: Allan Loudell

Rutgers satirical paper apologizes for rude depiction of sorority members

Occasionally on this blog, the issue of political correctness has come up.

I believe some examples of political correctness are hypersensitive and may even thwart the dissemination of vital information, while others are legitimate and have merit.

The depiction of members of a sorority by a Rutgers University satirical newspaper clearly belongs in the latter category. It continues to amaze me that some late teens/young adults would be capable of such ridicule. Particularly when we've had so many media accounts of young women - battling self-esteem issues - suffering depression, even becoming suicidal...


Posted at 7:02am on March 6, 2013 by Allan Loudell

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Comments on this post:

Fri, Mar 8, 2013 7:06am
Eh, what the heck? It's no worse than the sattire the left uses against Republicans on a daily basis.

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