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University of Waterloo dean of engineering Adel Sedra was on course at first. When a racy photo of a bikini-clad woman standing next to a student-built race car emerged during preparation for a contest, the team responsible was immediately disqualified , and Sedra offered a valid, incontestable reason. No sweat, right? No gender politics, no debate. Unfortunately for admin, however, no one was there to kick Sedra under the table when he kept on talking.
With those few words, Sedra has ushered in an unnecessary moral judgment and thus undermined the conviction of his first explanation for punishment. Were the students really disqualified because they held an unauthorized photo shoot? In fact, many women on one end of the feminist spectrum would argue that a photo that embraces female sexuality is anything but demeaning.
I would assume some of those marching women would have a problem with Sedra asserting that a photo of a woman in a bikini, especially one taken with consent, is something worthy of censure. Should this ever occur again, he should just get them on misuse of student space and make beeline for the exit. Photo: By Like the Grand Canyon. No, Sedra! No, stick with your old story and run! Filed under: bikini engineering Photo race car university of waterloo.
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