Ohio State student group: Ben Shapiro’s words can ‘threaten mental safety’

Ohio State student group: Ben Shapiro’s words can ‘threaten mental safety’
Ben Shapiro (Image: YAF video)

[Ed. – Does that mean his brain will somehow attack theirs?]

A student group at Ohio State University (OSU) sent a warning to its members prior to a [sic] Tuesday by conservative commentator Ben Shapiro.

The Student Advisory Council of the Morrill Scholars Program at OSU sent an email in order to create “awareness around this event in preparation for the impact that his words, beliefs, and followers may have on our community.” The email specifically targeted Young America’s Foundation (YAF) and Shapiro, who is editor-in-chief of The Daily Wire, and claims that many of his views are “misogynist,” “racist,” and “transphobic.”

A member of the Morrill Scholars Program confirmed the existence of the email to Campus Reform on Wednesday.

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“For instance, Shapiro has argued that feminism has created what would be called ‘rape culture’ because its elimination of traditional gender roles,” the email stated. “Shapiro has said that income inequality (specifically in the African American community) has ‘nothing to do with race, and everything to do with culture.’”

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