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.Really? Group therapy after listening to stange new ideas?
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.Dangerous ideas have a way of shaking your world-view. Once you're away from the insular world of academia, new ideas come at you nilly-willy, making you question your beliefs. It's so unfair.
Imagine, if you can, these students – attending one of the top undergrad colleges in America – going out into the world after graduating and trying to get a job. They will devolve into a pile of Jell-O at the first sign of resistance to their spectacularly idiotic worldview. They are not only unemployable. They will have to be institutionalized for their own sake. How can anyone possibly work with someone who collapses into tears when his ideology is challenged?It reads like an Onion parody. College, especially the undergrad years is precisely supposed to be about encountering new ideas, learn critical thinking skills, learn how to accumulate ad internalize new data and to become something we call... educated. College is supposed to make you feel "unsafe" and to challenge your perspective on the world.
Evidently, Rutger University is failing miserably at educating young students. More's the shame. Most of those whine-babies will be unemployable in the real world.