Jordan B. Peterson is “leaving” Twitter after being attacked repeatedly. This comes after he shamed SI Swimsuit Issue cover girl Yumi Nu. The 59-year-old said the “vicious slur” was unlike anything he’d ever seen. He would want to follow individuals he knows, but Twitter’s “incentive system” is “intrinsically and dangerously irrational.” Jordan B. Peterson urged his employees to reset the password and keep him off the site. Tweets say:
The author quit after tweeting about Nu’s cover debut. Jordan Peterson wrote similarly.
“Sorry. Ugly. Authoritarian tolerance won’t alter it.”
Everything you need to know about Jordan B Peterson.
Jordan B Peterson is a well-known online star and university lecturer. He’s extensively referenced. His nonfiction works topped Amazon’s U.S. best-seller list. Peterson is a conservative blogger. He became popular after suggesting feminists want masculine dominance. 12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos. Random House Canada released it. The book’s unusual rules made it popular. “Stand up straight, shoulders back” was the opening chapter. Another unusual chapter title: is “Pet a street cat.”
The book linked his personality studies with global politics. Peterson has subsequently been on Joe Rogan’s show, The Rubin Report, H3H3, and others. He often appeared on TVOntario’s The Agenda. His YouTube channel is popular. In 2016, he got attention after denouncing Bill C-16 and a bill revising Canadian human rights. The clinical psychologist earned a B.A. at the University of Alberta and a Ph.D. at McGill.
After graduating, he became an assistant and associate professor at Harvard. His psychology study has been supported by CIHR and the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Councils of Canada. 1989: Jordan B. Peterson married Tammy. Michaila and Julian are his children.