David,
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The issue Erika, is that the legitimate trigger warnings you defended and use have morphed into the innane examples presented above. I appreciate that you’d like to confine the discussion to legitimate warnings, but this conversation started because a university in Chicago (rightly) pushed back against trigger warnings in general, and they were responding to students and activists delegitimizing the label through overuse. If you believe this nonsense is confined to facebook posts, look again.

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