trigger warning

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trigger warning

A statement at the beginning of an article or video advising that its content might be upsetting, especially for trauma survivors. At least that graphic article came with a trigger warning.
See also: trigger, warning
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I'm just very glad it that it was made and I'm glad that I had done my work because I was using my tools as I watched the film, and I know the filmmakers are very responsible and are going to have trigger warnings and have all types of support systems in place," concluded Judd.
Most faculty members say they don't use trigger warnings.
Our college students want safe spaces where they won't hear offensive ideologies and trigger warnings if they are to be exposed to anything that may rekindle a past trauma.
In a world where trigger warnings are becoming commonplace, to send an unwitting child to school to participate in a cruel activity such as this is just wrong for anyone.
Because they don't necessarily cause wind shifts on the ground to trigger warnings, pulse thunderstorms quietly pose deadly wind shear threats in aviation.
the safe spaces, the speech codes, and the trigger warnings,
In his final chapter, Zimmerman briefly addresses micro-aggressions and trigger warnings.
Some even said the letter violated academic freedom: After all, if professors want to use trigger warnings, shouldn't they be allowed to do so?
We're not so much as advocates for trigger warnings and filtered speech to benefit everyone.
Some readers may find this new awareness upsetting, hence my tongue-in-cheek trigger warning (directed at those whose reactions to trigger warnings themselves are far more outlandish than the reactions of those to whom trigger warnings might typically be directed).
There's this persistent, low-grade dehumanization from everyone," said a student named Cyrus Eosphoros, who had called for trigger warnings on the play Antigone.
Alluding to the terrorist massacre of editorial staff members at the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo in 2015--but also referring to the dangers of putting trigger warnings on books to prevent people from being exposed to ideas that contradict their existing beliefs--he urged publishers (he might have also said librarians
Student demands for trigger warnings have roiled campuses, including the University of California at Santa Barbara, Oberlin College, Rutgers University, the University of Michigan, George Washington University, Bryn Mawr College, Scripps College, Wellesley College and other schools.
Para ello han creado safe spaces, o espacios libres de intolerancia, en los que toda libertad esta supeditada a la correccion politica, y recomendado el uso de trigger warnings (senales en literatura, cine, textos que avisan de contenido ofensivo).