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A few words of advice to Trigglypuff--and her teachers. September 30, I would not want to be this young woman. By now, five months after the event she attended at the University of Massachusetts Amherst featuring a discussion with Christina Hoff Sommers, Steven Crowder, and Milo Yiannopoulos on the problems besetting university campuses with speech considered "triggering," she has become a favorite meme among those who see such concerns as at best mildly hysterical, at worst a symptom of the total breakdown of our national character I paraphrase. Audiences at several of Milo's recent talks which you can see here have made reference to her, imitating her arm gestures which I am having a hard time ignoring on the gif as I am writing and laughing at her expense. Milo, to his credit, has admonished them: "No, we love Trigglypuff! Trigglypuff is wonderful! While, as long-time readers of this blog know, I have had my own struggles with fat shaming , I think he does have a point: it is possible to take "body positivity" too far the other way. Just as it is possible to be too thin, it is also possible to be too fat; we risk young and old women's lives suggesting that fitness and size have no effects on their ability to be happy.
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Trigglypuff is the nickname given to a Hampshire College student who was recorded loudly protesting in the audience of a University of Massachusetts Amherst event titled "The Triggering," which featured a discussion criticizing politically correct movements on campus hosted by conservative vlogger Steven Crowder, Milo Yiannopoulos, and Christina Hoff Sommers. On April 25th, , student protesters began loudly shouting at speakers during "The Triggering" event held at UMass Amherst, with many accusing the hosts of "hate speech. On April 26th, , the campus news site Campus Reform  posted an article about the incident and uploaded a recording of the event to YouTube , gathering over Within 48 hours, the tweet gathered upwards of 2, likes and 1, retweets. Milo reacts to footage of his protesters pic. Meanwhile, YouTuber Alfred Alfer uploaded an remix featuring clips of the student set to the tune of the song "Dragostea Din Tei" from the viral video Numa Numa shown below, left. Meanwhile on Twitter, many users began mocking the student in tweets accompanied by the hashtag " TrigglyPuff".
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