There is no “opting out” of real life through the “sensitivity clause.”
Starkey
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Borne, there is also no “opting out” of my course material through the “sensitivity clause.” I wonder if you actually read the article. I’m not in favor of censoring the topics we cover at all. I am in favor of not allowing people to behave like asshats in my class. I am in favor of letting students know what themes are coming so they CAN engage as fully as possible. I don’t think requiring respectful dialogue equates censorship.

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