Students triggered at Charity dance – Looks like sexual assault!

A fraternity at Washington University in St. Louis has issued an apology after a dance its members performed at a charity event apparently “triggered” some audience members by allegedly replicating sexual assault.

Sigma Alpha Epsilon’s choreographed dance occurred at a karaoke charity event hosted by campus sorority Kappa Kappa Gamma on March 25. Student Life, the university’s student newspaper, reports some attendees felt “triggered by what they saw as simulations of sexual assault” in the dance.

Read the rest at: TriggeredDancing

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