As a rape survivor and noncisgender individual, I greatly appreciate trigger warnings because they allow me to avoid compromising public spaces, both for myself and others.
Why UChicago is Wrong About “Safe Spaces” and “Trigger Warnings”
Charlotte Clymer

This is what trigger warnings are for. They don’t exist in order coddle people or treat them like children. Thanks for pointing that out.

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