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ChrisArthur
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halfjellyfish
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Should schools be required to provide safe spaces and trigger warnings for their students?

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Voting Style: Open Point System: 7 Point
Started: 4/11/2017 Category: Politics
Updated: 3 years ago Status: Debating Period
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ChrisArthur

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For this argument, I will be representing the con side - as in I do NOT agree that schools should be required to do provide safe spaces and trigger warnings for their students.

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Posted by TheBenC 3 years ago
TheBenC
I think schools should be forced to provide safe spaces and trigger warnings. Some of these kids are very sensitive and need a lot of help to navigate life. Their parents provided the safety kids needed as well as keeping harmful/triggering situations away from their children. Kids should never have to experience anything so horribly terrifying as a microaggression. It is harsh and bordering on child abuse if a single kid feels uncomfortable at school.
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