Imagine having such delicate sensibilities that the mere presence of someone with a contradictory opinion sent you rushing to the fainting couch. Literally.
Breitbart tech editor Milo Yiannopoulos made an appearance at Rutgers University, and his ideas and rhetoric so traumatized the delicate flowers who heard him that many of them attended a “group therapy” session afterward.
You are not going to believe what happened next:
According to the [Rutgers student newspaper The Daily Targum], students and faculty members held a wound-licking gathering at a cultural center on campus, where students described “feeling scared, hurt, and discriminated against.”
“A variety of different organizations and departments were present to listen, answer questions and show support” to the apparently weak and vulnerable students, who just a few days prior had disrupted Yiannopoulos’ event by smearing fake blood on their faces and chanting protest slogans.
One student at the event told the Targum that they “broke down crying” after the event, while another reported that he felt “scared to walk around campus the next day.” According to the report, “many others” said they felt “unsafe” at the event and on campus afterwards.
The University’s response is… of course… to coddle these emotional Darwinian throwbacks even more.
These wankers better hope… just hope… that the over-leveraged welfare state that protects them never breaks down. They would survive in the real world about as long as an effeminate boy at an ISIS camp.