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Oklahoma University Student Group: Adele’s ‘Hello’ Promotes ‘Sexual Harassment’

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According to posters placed around the University of Oklahoma campus by the school’s Gender+Equality Center, a line from Adele’s hit song “Hello” is guilty of normalizing sexual harassment.

“Even great songs can normalize sexual harassment” read the posters, which feature Adele lyrics: “I must have called a thousand times.”

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A representative for the Gender+Equality Center confirmed to the Media Research Center on Tuesday that the group is responsible for the posters and explained that they are part of a campaign for Stalking Awareness Month.

Breitbart News reached to the OU Gender+Equality Center for comment on Wednesday; however, the group did not return a call for comment.

According to the group’s Facebook page, “The mission of the OU Gender + Equality Center is to foster social justice by advocating for the rights of women and LGBTQ students, empowering those without a voice, and challenging inequality.”


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