Wednesday, April 02, 2014

The New Inclusive
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Have you noticed that a lot of words don’t mean what we think they mean anymore?  For instance, if someone tells you that your car is “sick” and they are under the age of 30, they likely mean you have a really cool car.  Take the word “inclusive.”  It has always meant - included or not excluded.  Not so much anymore.
Campus Reform’s Katherine Timpf attended the National Young Feminist Leadership Conference (NYFLC) — an event which promised to be about “inclusivity” and welcoming everyone — only to be told that “conservative” women were not welcome.
Timpf attempted to ask students’ their opinions on feminism, but conference organizers made an announcement advising participants not to talk to Campus Reform because it was a “conservative” outlet.

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