Game Industry Conference FIRES and APOLOGIZES for Woman Who Called Other Women Pretty
This is what modern liberals do to each other, they play who is the most aggrieved victim with each other. Taking down high level targets, especially if they are fellow “progressives” who have traipsed over the ever moving line of political correctness, is highly valued in the scalp collecting that goes on frequently with social justice warriors.
Well in Poland, the Game Industry Conference, one of the larger video game conferences, a little incident between the social justice warriors on Twitter and the organizers got a woman fired for saying other women were…
Amazing isn’t it?
Who can’t wait to see what the next ratchet up is going to be. “I hope you have a good day”? “Hello”? “Happy Birthday!”?
One of the largest video game industry conferences currently taking place in Poland has become subject to a controversy after its social media manager—and game developer—made a gaffe on Twitter. Her crime? Using the word “pretty” to describe other women.
Announcing a dialog between female game developers, Eve Poznan wrote: “Women in games is about to start! Gamedev ladies, join us and meet the pretty side of #gamedev” with a link to the event.
Her innocuous tweet was met with immediate fury from transgender game developers like No Man’s Sky’s Innes McKendrick, who assumed Poznan’s gender, and demanded that she “shut the hell up and listens to them.”
And if that wasn’t enough, the organizers of the conference actually produced an apology to the social justice warriors. Look at the sad drivel in an attempt to appease the capricious and completely insatiable brownshirts of the left:
As the head of the Game Industry Conference (GIC) I am humbly asking you to accept my deepest apologies for what we all agree was unacceptable, disrespectful and sexist tweet and replies by our Twitter trainee. Her opinions are her own and are not representative of GIV or those of female developers, who attended the conference.
I feel responsible for the conduct of all members of our team and I will do my best to make sure that a similar incident never happens again. To start with, the person who posted the sexist tweet will no longer be a part of the GIC organizational team.
Please let me assure you that GIC is a respectful environment and we have zero tolerance for such remarks. I am sure that our guests can confirm that is truly the case. The inclusiveness programs that we have already put in place are also a testament to this. You can read more about them on our website.
We will continuously work on making GIC more inclusive. And not because of this incident, but rather because this has been our goal for many years.
With best regards,