On Trigger Warnings, Once More

[Content Note: Discussion of potentially triggering material.]

Awhile ago, I was interviewed by Alison Vingiano for a story about the origins of trigger warnings and how they become ubiquitous. The story has now been published, so let's read it and then discuss!

On a personal note, I want to say what a pleasure it was so speak with Vingiano, and how responsive she has been. I had one minor (but meaningful) correction to the story, and when I let her know, she was completely understanding and accommodating and fixed it right away. Awesomeness.

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