We’re living in a post-truth world, and if it’s socially unacceptable to represent myself honestly then I’m a male feminist, Christian hipster, anti–Islamophobe, and an oxymoron who loves Vancouver’s gynocentric Thornton Park, the nearby Jimi Hendrix shrine, G Day at the Ismali Centre, and the Muslim Community Centre in the main library – where CBC recently interviewed Scaatchi Koul, who tweeted to “pale demons”: “If you’re a white man…I don’t care about you.” Neither did the counter-protester (6:50) who recently yelled: “We’re white, we don’t have a goddamned culture,” earning applause from Gregor Robinson and Justin Trudeau: “Way to go Vancouver. Diversity will always be our strength.” University is our weakness, as Camille Paglia implies: “there are forces aligning outside the borders, scattered fanatical hordes where the cult of heroic masculinity still has tremendous force….is a nation whose elite education is increasingly predicated on the neutralization of gender prepared to defend itself against that growing challenge?” Ask Masuma Khan, “the future Prime Minister of Canada” – stan. Or is it Faith Goldy? What do you think of the Motion for “a whole of government” approach to “quell” Islamophobia? Eh?