Well done, sir.
Across our nation it is all too common that opinions expressed that
differ from another’s—especially those that are controversial—can spark
passion and even outrage, often resulting in calls to suppress that
That simply cannot be allowed to happen. I firmly believe that
limiting the range of voices in society erodes our democracy.
Universities, moreover, are at the heart of the revolutionary notion of
free expression: promoting the free exchange of ideas is part of the
core reason for their existence. That open interchange of opinions and
beliefs includes all members of the UArts community: faculty, students
and staff, in and out of the classroom. We are dedicated to fostering a
climate conducive to respectful intellectual debate that empowers and
equips our students to meet the challenges they will face in their
I believe this resolve holds even greater importance at an art
school. Artists over the centuries have suffered censorship, and even
persecution, for the expression of their beliefs through their work. My
answer is simple: not now, not at UArts.
From the lead bitch:
“We’re giving a space for her following to come into our safe space that we pay to be in.”…
No, dumbass, you're paying to be in a college for an education; if you think that's the same as 'safe space', you really need to talk to your previous teachers, because they cheated you.