Monday, September 26, 2016

Hofstra University Provides 'Trigger Warning' for Presidential Debate

Hofstra University, the site of tonight's presidential debate, has posted a “trigger warning” sign to warn students about the potentially disturbing content that may be discussed.

According to CBS New York reporter Tony Aiello, a sign inside of the student center at Hofstra reads, “Trigger warning: The event conducted just beyond this sign may contain triggering and/or sensitive material. Sexual violence, sexual assault, and abuse are some topics mentioned within this event. If you feel triggered, please know there are resources to help you.”

The sign provides students with contact information for student counseling services, the Title IX coordinator, student advocacy and prevention, and the national sexual assault hotline.


(via MRCtv)

8 comments:

  1. The sign should mention Bill Clinton as the source of the trigger.

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  2. What the hell is the problem with these retards? Yeah, I mean that. A "debate" needs a so-called trigger warning?

    My apologies to real retards who wouldn't act retarded like this. Sheesh!

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  3. "student counseling services, the Title IX coordinator, student advocacy and prevention, and the national sexual assault hotline"

    OH NOOOO'S.... Hearing something they don't like, will allow them to call these people for help???

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  4. That's simply pathetic. Not going to help much in the real world if they ever quit going to school.
    I'm not much for State Universities, but at least the one here in Fairbanks, UAF, is known worldwide for their rifle team. Not for being sissies. The economics director is a Misean too.

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  5. "Sexual violence, sexual assault, and abuse..."

    They forgot the most important of all triggering: assault to the senses.

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  6. When they 'graduate' from university, what is the betting they will obtain senior jobs in large private companies to create the same policies?

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