Comedian Stephen Fry hosted the BAFTA awards this weekend and after referring to costume designer Jenny Beaver as a “bag lady” was immediately subject to a storm of Twitter rage.
Whether the outcry was founded or not, Fry felt that the response was invasive enough that he almost immediately quit Twitter.
Social media as a hub of current civil discourse is a given right now. Is that a good thing, though?
Did Fry make the right move? Or was there another option to use the backlash as an opportunity to start an actual dialogue?
Louis Virtel and Roth Cornet discuss in the video above or below.
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