‘Safe spaces’ for politicians? Welcome to the modern campus

The culture of coddling that has stifled debate in university campuses across the continent is now being used to protect the most vulnerable individuals in higher education — student politicians.

h/t Marvin

  • It really is like being stuck somewhere between a kindergarten and the Chinese Cultural Revolution.

  • kkruger71

    Decent article, but the writer had a major error pretty much right off the bat, saying there was a “real need” for safe spaces. Start a private club if you don’t want other opinions, so long as any club can have the same rights to room rentals, etc.

    • The whole safe space thing draws unwelcome attention. It’s counter-productive whereas a little discretion would likely do much more good as you suggest.

  • Justin St.Denis

    These “safe spaces” freaks – let’s face it! – will not be happy until they can crawl back into Mommy’s womb.

  • Editor

    I’m running for public office, but I want to do it in private. It boggles the mind!