TOLERANCE: Reporter bullied at feminist leadership conference for thinking differently [VIDEO]

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Well, America, if you’ve suspected that feminism isn’t – or isn’t any longer – a vehicle for women’s equality, but instead an agitprop platform for ugly leftists, here’s your smoking gun.

Participants who attended the National Young Feminist Leadership Conference March 29-31 bullied a reporter who attended, reports Campus Reform.

The reporter, Katherine Timpf, works for Campus Reform.

At the conference, held at a DoubleTree by Hilton in a drab Northern Virginia suburb, organizers promised all manner of “inclusivity” and a “safe space” for discussion.

In no uncertain terms, however, participants told Timpf that “conservative” women could not take part in the festival of inclusivity.

Organizers made a general announcement that women at the conference should not speak to the Campus Reform correspondent because of its “conservative” affiliation.

The exchanges caught on the video below are quite something.

“You guys aren’t wanted here,” a mindless participant told Timpf after organizers tried to shoo attendees away.

Another organizer told Timpf she was being excluded “because the place that you work is not inclusive.”

The Daily Caller is not making this up.

“We will not tolerate, allow, or encourage behavior which makes folks feel uncomfortable, threatened, or demoralized,” conference organizers claimed on the event’s official website.

The website also promised that there would be a “focus on representing various perspectives.”


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