When we implicitly avoid using foul language, raising our voice, or talking about sex in front of children, we are creating a “safe space” for them
Why UChicago is Wrong About “Safe Spaces” and “Trigger Warnings”
Charles Clymer

I suppose that this is one of the differences between children and adults. We have expectations that adults can determine whether they are resilient enough to handle unexpected situations. It shouldn’t be necessary for a university to treat their students like toddlers (e.g., provide a room with soft toys and play dough for students who can’t handle a differing opinion).