Hey U of Chicago: I’m an academic & survivor. I use trigger warnings in my classes. Here’s why.
E Price

“ How can someone call themselves an educator and not be sensitive to these incredibly common needs?”

Is it because trigger warnings haven’t been exclusively used to warn of potentially triggering material allowing the class to go through the material from a position of strength but rather as an reason to avoid or supress the material altogether?

If (and only if) that’s the case, then wouldn’t the educators in question have to choose.

(Not saying that’s how it should be, but if it’s the case, then that could be one possibility.)