U Of Florida Offers Counseling To Special Snowflakes Upset Over Halloween Costumes

How will these people survive when it’s time to graduate and enter the real world?

(Fox News) The University of Florida is offering counseling to anyone who gets offended by any costumes worn this coming Halloween.

The school wrote in a blog post Monday urging students to “think about your choices of costumes and themes.”

“Some Halloween costumes reinforce stereotypes of particular races, genders, cultures, or religions. Regardless of intent, these costumes can perpetuate negative stereotypes, causing harm and offense to groups of people. Also, keep in mind that social media posts can have a long-term impact on your personal and professional reputation,” the post read.

The school reminded students that anyone who is offended or troubled by an incident or a costume, they could seek counseling at the wellness center or alert the school’s Bias Education Response Team which provides support to those who were impacted.

Of course, these precious little Special Snowflakes become offended by pretty much anything, so the counselors and Wrongthink, er, Bias Education Response Team (which is there to nag those accused of wearing the wrong costume), will surely be busy for days, if not weeks, after Halloween. And then they’ll demand, or, is that DEMAND?, that the University ban certain costumes, or, better yet, ban the celebration of Halloween. They’ll be weepy eyed protests and angry pieces written.

And then they’ll reflect on their glory days of protests and spreading awareness as they ask you what type of coffee you’d like as they think about all their student loan debt before heading back to their parent’s house because real employers have all taken a pass, due to the threat of histrionics and lawsuits from these little nutballs.

Crossed at Pirate’s Cove. Follow me on Twitter @WilliamTeach.

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