Snot? Anyways, (I agree) the personal attack wasn't warranted. Also, your side of the story is simply your version. I'm not saying it's wrong at all. I'm just saying that in a situation like this, people in your school are going to have differing opinions on how this all went down.
There's never a time when a speaker needs to come in to talk about something impersonal and then make it personal. It also sounds like this speaker was a bit too daring and just took it too far. (Is this at a college?)
The situation should have been controlled by administrators before it ever got the point of having a speaker yell obscenities to get students to shut up. That is immediately wrong for a speaker to do. I can't think of a better way to lose an entire audience than to say something as stupid as that. Here, let me talk to you guys on this pirating music (which is already controversial) - by the way STFU! Walking into an auditorium with kids, the speaker should have realized this is bound to happen and should govern herself in a much better way than telling kids to STFU. That's just stupid to me. You lost all credibility you once might have had by saying that. Leave it to the kids to get ****ed. The speaker needs to hold onto something, called composure and credibility.
Hi, I'm here to talk with you about pirating music today? What, you don't like it!? STFU!
I still can't help but think in the back of my head (on your last part) about the last comments. The girl student said she was down with making those "degrading and sexually explicit videos" yet sounded to have on some revealing clothing. Hmmm...wouldn't this be the pot calling the kettle black? I think (honestly) if I was the speaker I would have had a hard time NOT making that comment. That's like an animal rights activist standing up at a protest with a mink coat on.
I mean, gimme a break.
The student shouldn't have said anything along those lines if she was wearing anything that could even remotely be considered revealing. It almost seemed like it was the student's chance to be cool and she blew it. So now, instead of her being remembered for her heroic comment, she's remembered by running out and crying.