r/wow Jul 21 '21

Activision Blizzard Sued By California Over ‘Frat Boy’ Culture Activision Blizzard Lawsuit

https://news.bloomberglaw.com/daily-labor-report/activision-blizzard-sued-by-california-over-frat-boy-culture
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u/dreffen Jul 24 '21

Which is irrelevant. Again, Reddit isn’t a court.

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u/[deleted] Jul 24 '21

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u/dreffen Jul 24 '21

And cancel culture means what, to you? Accountability? Or ‘People don’t like a thing I like”?

Still has very little to do with a court.

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u/dreffen Jul 24 '21

And yet, no ones been fired yet. Weird right?

I would urge you to look at things a smidge more critically than you currently do. Because you’re being taken for a ride by people who think you’re a dumbass.

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u/dreffen Jul 24 '21

If Blizzard was actually an SJW company there would be a lot less sexual harassment happening I expect. Don’t you think so too?

And firing those people were the things they should have done, but at the end of the day the culture was still toxic at blizzard. Both of these things are able to be bad at the same time.

Again, think about this a little more critically than you already are.