Once we equate making people feel bad with actually attacking them, free expression is basically obsolete, since anything a person does, makes or says could be interpreted as abuse.
Beyond the general amazing sight of feminists acting like Victorian women with the vapors rather than strong, confident human beings, I am still amazed at this interpretation of the art as somehow representing a male threat. Perhaps this is one area where the campus is poorer for the lack of male voices. I can't imagine there are many men who see this statue as anything other than a representation of fear and vulnerability and helplessness. Seriously, does anyone consider sleepwalking at school in your tighty whities as anything but a bad dream? If you had showed me this statue before all the brouhaha and asked me if it was more threatening to men or women, I would have answered "men" without a second thought.