“Disrespectful to women. I don’t think it’s right. I think people need to think before they act,” said Micsko McGregor, a Queen’s student. A picture of the offensive message quickly circulated on social media at the same time as thousands of Queen’s students moved into the university district. Many expressed outrage, saying the message promotes ‘rape culture.’ A crowd also gathered in front of the house on Labour Day to protest the sign that has since been removed from the property. On the contrary, some believe people are being too sensitive and it was just meant as a joke. “I know it’s a joke. You’re not actually going to go drop your daughter off there. I don’t have a problem with it,” said Emily Arkell, a Queen’s student. READ MORE: University of Lethbridge professor found guilty of assault “I think it’s a joke.
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