Students take political correctness to court

In 2013, Ryerson Students Union banned a campus pro-life club because it was pro-life. Since 2015, RSU has repeatedly rejected the Men’s Issues Awareness Society (MIAS) as a campus club, because some feminists see discussion of issues facing men and boys as an ideological threat. These three Ontario student unions are hostile to the free expression and debate of ideas on campus. They hate diversity of thought. They actively prevent discussion and debate, and thereby rob students of their right to learn to think independently.

The Court has an opportunity to stop this dangerous precedent, namely, the coerced adoption of select ideological viewpoints as a prerequisite for students to benefit from fair and equal treatment by their student unions on public university campuses.

Please attend if you are able:

Wednesday, January 23, 2018

Justice Perrell

Courtroom 5, Osgoode Hall

10:00 a.m. start