Oxford University condemns protestors who destroyed Christian pro-life society stall at Freshers’ Fair

Oct 21, 2021 by

by Stewart Carr, Mailonline:

Oxford University has condemned protestors who destroyed a pro-life society’s stall at a Freshers’ Fair.

Students at the university tore down posters advertising the Oxford Students for Life society and binned pamphlets and booklets last week.

Christian groups have called for more support and protection on campus for pro-life societies, alleging the actions of ‘cancel culture activists’ was ‘disturbing’.

Oxford Students for Life is a society which advocates against abortion. They have condemned the protest as ‘intimidation tactics’.

The President of the pro-life society, Anna Fleischer, said a young woman working on the stall was left feeling ‘scared, frightened and nervous,’ following the incident.

‘One of the people on the stall is a woman with ADHD and autism and she found it really distressing,’ Miss Fleischer said.

‘She told me she felt so scared and frightened and nervous that she was even nervous walking home because she was so intimidated.’

Anna, a second year Philosophy and Theology student from London, said: ‘For the majority of the Freshers’ Fair, most people who engaged with us were very friendly and respectful.

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