Canadian psychologist and self-help author Jordan Peterson was suspended from Twitter a few weeks ago, yet his presence still looms large over the platform.
Peterson, once a prominent figure in the culture wars, has become a bit of a meme, now infamous for his strict all-beef diet, and for bursting into tears during interviews, seemingly at random.
Twitter users delight in Peterson’s antics, finding great amusement in the stark contrast between Peterson’s weighty self-seriousness, and the absurdity of his outbursts. Peterson’s now-legendary Sports Illustrated tweet is a perfect example, in which Peterson described a curvy model wearing a swimsuit as “authoritarian” and “not beautiful.”
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