Her piece is titled, "Trigger Warnings Encourage Free Thought and Debate."
"Trigger warning" is defined as "a statement at the start of a piece of writing, video, etc., alerting the reader or viewer to the fact that it contains potentially distressing material (often used to introduce a description of such content)."
Often, such warnings cause people who were victims of abuse or trauma to leave and not discuss the materials. Frequently, "triggering" material causes debates, discussions, or inanimate objects to be banned or closed down entirely.
However, Loverin believes that "trigger warnings" are not only good, but help freedom of speech and discussion.
She continues, "This effectively stops their learning process. However, with the trigger warning they would be prepared to face uncomfortable material and could better contribute to the discussions or opt to avoid them."
Not only this, but "campus discussions about trigger warnings have lead to widespread discussion and debate on P.T.S.D., mental health and classroom content."
She then comforts the reader, advising them not to "lose sleep over fear mongering and slippery slope arguments."