Yes, I know I’m late with this since other outlets have been running these items for nearly two weeks now, but I was double and triple-checking because of how absurd it all seemed. Unfortunately, the accounts are true and American college students really are even bigger emotional cripples than the world used to think they are.
These delicate little snowflakes not only need Safe Spaces just to deal with everyday life but when the favored candidate of their “teachers” (LMFAO) doesn’t win an election they figuratively curl up in the fetal position. They also cry and are so oblivious to what weak, pathetic creatures they seem to be that they actually take to the internet to POST VIDEOS OF THEMSELVES CRYING ABOUT IT!
Just a few of the other bizarre indulgences being offered these emotional cripples (hate to overuse that term but it fits):
CORNELL: This Ivy League university had A CRY-IN where faculty and administrative staff (the dead weight on any college campus) SERVED HOT CHOCOLATE AND HANDED OUT TISSUES. Coloring books and play-doh were also made available for therapeutic reasons. Again, these are COLLEGE STUDENTS, not special needs children.
UNIV OF MICHIGAN likewise made coloring books available for its overgrown toddlers.
TUFTS made a craft center available so its sensitive little flowers could play with clay and paints and paper-crafts.
UNIV OF KANSAS brought in therapy dogs to comfort its weeping and sobbing nebbishes.
I cannot picture people who voted for Jill Stein or Donald Trump behaving like this over election results. The left-wing Archie Bunkers of the 1960s generation (Not all of them, just the ones who hid in the prolonged adolescence of the academic world all their lives) set all this on course with their childish ways.
FOR A DEEPER LOOK AT THE 1960s GENERATION’S DISTORTION OF EDUCATION CLICK HERE
Plus Camille Paglia always does a great job tracing the decline of American Higher Education to her own generation when “teachers” began thinking it was their role to browbeat students into agreeing with their political opinions.