Hi, So I'm working with upper KS2 at the moment and one of the boys today was getting irritated with a girl (they were bickering) and he said 'woah triggered' at her repeatedly. I'm posting because I've heard that word in several contexts: a) in discussing mental health symptoms as a response to triggers b) as a response to feminists to trivialise their responses. Now clearly he was repeating something he has heard - I'd like to educate the class on the term but I'm not sure of the approach...similar to 'that's gay' as a response of 'you are using the word incorrectly and it is offensive to use it like that'? Has anyone else addressed this and got advice? Just to reiterate - I feel it needs addressing as there was an underlying implication of it being towards the girl which he has picked up from somewhere. I don't want to tell him off for a throwaway comment but I would like to do an open discussion of the term. Thanks!