After the recent episode of 'Crazy Ex-Girlfriend' had no content warning or offer of a helpline, how we frame triggering TV needs addressing.
We asked a bunch of first year uni students how much the media's favourite "student topics" really mean to them.
Pluto's position can affect an entire generation, and Pluto in Sagittarius has given rise to trolls and trigger warnings alike.
Incoming students say that a few lesbian sex scenes in "Fun Home" make them so uncomfortable that they want to avoid the graphic novel altogether.
Why the brain dredges up old memories without your explicit consent hasn’t been easy for neuroscience to explain.
We don't need to sanitize academic discussions. We need to reframe them so that students can feel comfortable enough to participate.
Cool Freaks’ Wikipedia Club Is a Shitshow of Esoterica, Political Correctness, and Trigger Warnings
A look inside one of the most bizarrely contentious groups on Facbook.
Mark Zuckerberg's social media website is censoring homosexuals.
Microaggresions are the tiny, thoughtless, offensive things that people say to minorities and women on a daily basis. Generally, you should try to avoid saying things that make others feel shitty—but for some people, that's a controversial statement.
Earlier this week, Barbara Kay of the National Post and Margaret Wente of the Globe and Mail took their columns to discuss how rape culture doesn't exist. With evidence from her personal life, Sarah Ratchford argues otherwise.