Lobster hero gives middle claw to fishy Jordan Peterson

A student dressed as a lobster protested against Jordan Peterson’s appearance at the Cambridge Union

Felix Peckham

Not all heroes wear capes, some wear lobster outfitsJoe Cook

A Cambridge student dressed as a lobster with a sign reading ‘MAKE LOBSTERS FEMINIST AGAIN’ made a brief appearance at Jordan Peterson’s talk at the Cambridge Union, where many of the attendants at the Union seemed to hang on to Peterson’s every word, with hearty laughs and extensive applause.

The lobster, who was approached by Violet having been swiftly escorted from the chamber, expressed dismay at the reaction of the audience, most of whom were Cambridge students, to Peterson’s talk.

The Canadian psychologist makes the assertion that lobsters helps to explain the fundamental principles of nature in his best-selling book 12 Rules for Life: an Antidote to Chaos, where Peterson introduces his famed all-meat diet. Violet can’t determine if it’s aimed solely at curing fragile masculinity.

Following his heroic intervention, the lobster swiftly removed his fishy facemask, and strode into the night, yelling “viva la crustacean.”