I feel like I'm in a fix right now. I go to a college that is quite conservative so a lot of the students there support Trump. Most of the students that are in my college are white, and straight so I don't fit in already(I'm black,a woman and queer/gay). Most Trump supporters come off as bible-thumpers and uber conservative when it comes to social issues. A lot of Trump's fans think that Trump doesn't make mistakes, especially with some of his cabinet choices, or his solutions to certain issues and even refer to Trump as God-emperor. *Ohh the cringe.* However, the alt-left, the people who I would normally feel comfortable with, are now very intolerant when it comes to opposing opinions. The alt-left on my campus are not as violent as other Sjws on other US campuses but they share the same mentality. If you criticize modern feminism, black lives matter, etc. you'll be seen as a bigot, racist, misogynist, etc. A lot Sjws either shut you down by swearing, running to their safe space, or shutting down an event that doesn't agree with their opinion. They never want to argue with you with words. I know the right doesn't want to admit it, but both the right and the left get triggered. Let's be real, nobody likes it when their ideas get challenged.However, one thing about the right is that more people seem more sane and willing to talk to individuals with different opinions from theirs. I'm curious if anyone feels/has felt the same way as me on this issue.