How Jordan Peterson is thriving in the age of division

You expect a Jordan Peterson audience to be mostly men. After all, the provocative Canadian academic – in Dublin this weekend for his show at the 3Arena tonight – has been called “the custodian of the patriarchy”, who speaks of a “crisis in masculinity”.

hen he last visited the city, four years ago, men’s rights groups handed out leaflets outside his show. A young man in the crowd said he wanted to hear the speakers (Peterson and American philosopher Sam Harris) address “the decay of Europe and how feminism has caused that” – to cheers from the audience. Another attendee wrote on Twitter about the overwhelming stench of male body odour in the crowd. How Jordan Peterson is thriving in the age of division

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