Do You Accept Psychology Today’s Apology?

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Kaja Perina, the editor of Psychology Today, issued an apology for the inflammatory article written by Satoshi Kanazawa about black women being the least attractive of all races of women.  (Get a fresher course on that here and here.)

Here’s part of the apology:

We deeply apologize for the pain and offense that this post caused. Psychology Today‘s mission is to inform the public, not to provide a platform for inflammatory and offensive material. Psychology Today does not tolerate racism or prejudice of any sort. The post was not approved by Psychology Today, but we take full responsibility for its publication on our site.

Do you accept that apology? Do you think they should do more? Do you care what Psychology Today says?




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