An Edinburgh university student has told how she was accused of violating Safe Space policy and almost ejected from a meeting – because she raised her arms and shook her head. The incident highlights the increasingly hair-trigger sensibilities of students at some of the country’s most prestigious academic institutions, yet incredibly the student in question still supports the policy. Imogen Wilson, Vice President for academic affairs at Edinburgh’s student association, fell foul of its safe space policy at a meeting last Thursday, after being accused of not responding to a letter from disabled students. “At that point, I raised my arms in disagreement, as we had contacted the writers of the letter and tried hard to organise a meeting,” she told Huffington Post UK. “It was for that reason that a safe space complaint was made." You gotta wonder if she switched her position on safe space, because the school probably threatened her with expulsion if she didn't do so? See our schools and colleges will even threaten our kids with ejection if they don't accept the schools views on safe speech. College is a place where your allowed to disagree and give your two cents, just because it's a school doesn't mean they can take your free speech opinion away from you. If they feel objection to your views and your beliefs, just simply walk away for they are weak minded people. By standing next to your beliefs then giving into safe space, after threatened with ejection. This just seems like your everyday American who is willing to go against what they believe in, for because their peers are offended by it. These colleges who have safe spaces which allows young adults to be soft are not "prestigious" by any means of the word.
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