Articles about 'trigger warnings'

We need to stop talking about triggers and start talking about access

D H Kelly argues that the semantics of "trigger warnings" is perpetuating a harmful debate

D H Kelly // 21 July 2015

Categories: Education, Features

Do we need warning?

Les Misérables is a much-praised musical likely to be viewed by millions. It also contains material that some individuals might find triggering. In this guest post, Jane Fae asks: do we, as the British Board of Film Censors seems to think, now need specific information warning us of this? Or are triggers so individual as to make such an exercise a waste of time?

Jane Fae // 28 January 2013

Categories: Blog

New tag location

Laura explains our new approach to highlighting blog post content that may be triggering or upsetting

Laura // 30 December 2012

Categories: Blog

Film trigger warnings

A guest post by Vicky Brewster about the system of warnings of sexual violence in film classifications. This post may be triggering to some readers.

Victoria Brewster // 3 April 2012

Categories: Blog

Trigger warnings are nothing to do with censorship. They give people more choice, not less.

Guest blogger Louise McCudden explains what trigger warnings are and why we should all be using them.

Guest Blogger // 2 March 2012

Categories: Blog

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