The University of Quebec in Montreal (UQAM) has recently been the subject of various reports aimed at denouncing the climate of ideological terror that reigns there. In the newspapers and on radio and television, the institution has been criticized for its excessive power over student associations using censorship as a means of combat.

Historically, UQAM has always been the focus of very strong egalitarian claims, but today it is almost only that of colorful identity claims. If there was a time when the faithful of UQAM were the ardent defenders of the working class, here they become the ministers of bisexuals and transgenders, but especially, of the Muslim immigrants.