As I recall from jounalists’ accounts when the Kanazawa kerfluffle hit the news Kanazawa did not say that black women were less attractive, he reported on evaluations of attractiveness made by researchers of participants in some longitudinal study.
The topic is of some applied interest: orthodontists and plastic surgeons for example would like very much to understand an objective route to making people attractive.
The resolution by LSE reads like a sophomoric parody of political correctness run amok. “Disciplinary action” and a public apology for reporting in a blog about ratings by others? What a poor excuse for a university LSE must be.