On April 4, bloated old guy (fine, also famous comedian, actor, and author) Stephen Fry spoke to Dave Rubin of The Rubin Report for a few minutes about free speech, political correctness, "safe spaces," the word rape. He also explored his belief in the wrongness of taking down statues of people who are later found to be awful (“I think it started to happen in Britain with the attempted removal of statues of people who are considered unlikable—who were once beloved—and have become in a very 1984 way, ‘unpersons.’”).
Other things Fry thinks contribute to the "infantilism" of modern society include, but are definitely not limited to, sugary drinks, baseball caps, soft food, and superhero movies (he didn't mention kittens, balloons, or parades but he probably hates them, too). Fry says the real problem is that, "Life is complicated, and nobody wants to believe it's complicated" (as though anyone had a choice).
But what Fry finds most upsetting are "trigger warnings" for things like rape and child abuse in books and movies. He talks about origin of the word "rape" and goes on to say: