a Facebook group of UCL students causes a scandal

a Facebook group of UCL students causes a scandal
a Facebook group of UCL students causes a scandal


Posted on Thursday, November 26, 2020 at 12:21 p.m.

Many people are calling for the suppression of the “Louvain-le-Mec” group, which brings together many students from the Catholic University of Louvain.

A group, which has apparently been deactivated, is causing a scandal within the Catholic University of Louvain. This group, “Louvain-le-Mec”, wants to be the male counterpart of the successful group “Louvain-la-Meuf” in which more than 11,000 young women, mostly students at UCL, interact on everything and whatever.

Except that the content of the group “Louvain-le-Mec” was regularly moved. According to our colleagues from RTBF, we could indeed find sexist, homophobic or racist remarks. For example, a publication referring to the “Schild & Vrienden” small group has been very successful …

Also according to RTBF, the University summoned the few leaders of the group, students, to call them to order. They reacted by recalling that the group’s objective was simply to “bring together men from Louvain-la-Neuve around tips, mutual aid, supportive jokes: an objective of male solidarity”.

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