Eine schwedische Reaktion auf SCUM für Schüler

Der erste Bericht dazu: SCUM als Schultheaterstück in Schweden

Der Artikel via Mensrightsactivism:

School children will look at the “violent assault on masculinity”

There is not much that shocks me anymore in the Swedish debate on gender equality. Men have already been compared with the Taliban, and the old man’s sputum has been said so many times that it is no longer provocative.In short, I am cured, and many others. Every day I reflect not so much about this, but it is only when any American or Englishman shocked to contact me about a Swedish phenomenon that I realize how extreme our circumstances are.

Today I am not only shocked but also angry and upset. Something has gone so far that I wonder when the limit is supposed to be.

Aus den Kommentaren:

These fucking monsters have gone too far!

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