yes you fuck, everything has always had the potential to be a trigger. do you not understand what a trigger is? things that remind people of their abuse or a traumatic event they went through are triggers. everything, and i mean absolutely everything, has the potential to be a trigger.
someone can be triggered by maple syrup or diet pepsi because their abuser made them pancakes the morning after they mercilessly beat them or because their abuser always drank diet pepsi.
don’t you dare complain about someone having a trigger you deem “stupid” (nice ableism!) or “weird”, especially especially especially if you do not have ptsd.
if you refuse to tag someones triggers when they ask because you believe that could ever, ever be anyone’s trigger bc it doesn’t seem relevant to any type of traumatic experience you could imagine, then you are literal human garbage and you need to educate yourself and go sit in a garbage can where you belong.
If someone’s bothered by someone not tagging shit that triggers them….they should unfollow that person. It’s no one’s responsibility to ensure your safety and comfort on here. This is the internet, it is a public forum. That means it’s never going to be 100% safe for anyone. If people are using improper tagging to be assholes, you can block them. Take responsibility for your own safety and happiness. A person’s blog is THEIR personal space to do with whatever they please. If their posts bother you DON’T FOLLOW THEM!
Side note, you are correct, everything can be a trigger. Anyone who specifically designs their blog to be a safe space should always tag everything, especially things ppl specifically ask them to. A trigger is a trigger, it’s not like people choose what fucks them up inside.