So, I was a college instructor for a while, and I ended up teaching a class on games. I had my students watch Tommy, which, though a great movie with an interesting perspective on games, is also a story about child molestation and trauma. Only after my students had been watching for a half hour did I realize that the movie might be actually depressing (or otherwise really upsetting) for people who had been molested as children. Statistically, in a class of 25, it was likely that more than one student had actually lived through that experience. I decided not to pretend like students who had been molested should have exactly the same experience of a story about child abuse as children who had not. I offered an "out" and ended the lesson with conversation. Maybe it wasn't enough, but this was an effort to acknowledge possible "triggers."
I imagine the author of this game feels very edgy and controversial by calling out "trigger" language. I also imagine that they will hide behind parody, deconstruction, or humor to defend their work. But this is a pathetic assault on a strawman which very little resembles any actual person's vision of "social justice." I hope you are very happy with the self-congratulation festival you staging, and I hope you grow bored with it quickly, grow much more curious, and make some activist friends. You have wasted a surprising amount of effort here.