Fiery 'There Are No Safe Spaces in the Real World': 'Outnumbered' Tackles College Protests
Princeton University students are staging a sit-in at the campus president’s office. Yale students are demanding “safe spaces.” The dean of Claremont McKenna College has resigned down amid cries of discrimination.
The "Outnumbered" hosts discussed this afternoon what is behind this nationwide PC movement.
“I still haven’t heard exactly what they want,” Harris Faulkner noted about the protesters. “What does this teach them about conflict resolution?”
She asked how these students are going to adjust when it's time for them to go out and get jobs.
“It only gets more difficult from that campus,” said Faulkner, pointing out that there’s no such thing as safe spaces “in the real world.”
By demanding these safe spaces, the students are taking a step back from “the people who have been dying for integration for all these years,” said Julie Roginsky.
“You’re self-segregating? Are you kidding me?” she said. “How many generations did it take to have assimilation and have diversity on that campus?”
She agreed with Faulkner that there are "no safe spaces in the real world."
Watch the segment above.