U. of Florida offers 24/7 counseling for students traumatized by Halloween costumes

U. of Florida offers 24/7 counseling for students traumatized by Halloween costumes
Halloween CAN be frightening to small children.

[Ed. – Always knew there was something a little yaknowwhaddamean about them Gators.]

The University of Florida wants students to know that if they’re offended or scared by Halloween, there’s counselors on hand to walk them through the traumatic experience.

“October brings fall weather and Halloween,” the university wrote in a blog titled “Halloween Costume Choices” posted to its website Monday. …

The university then urges students to keep their costumes in check in the name of inclusion and diversity.

“The University of Florida’s Division of Student Affairs Diversity and Social Justice Statement reminds us that UF fosters a community that values and respects diversity,” the blog read. “An inclusive definition of diversity recognizes the variety of personal and social experiences that make individuals and communities different from one another.”

Also, for those traumatized by politically incorrect Halloween costumes, school counselors and the UF “Bias Education and Response Team” is standing by.

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