The Sense of Entitlement and Fear In America’s Cancel Culture

Who are we as individuals to decide who is allowed a voice and who isn’t?

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Why have we come to decide that anything which offends or upsets us must suddenly be turned away from, blocked, or even erased altogether?

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Ravenous reader. Social scientist. Foodie. Novelist. Adventurer. Romantic and idealist. www.sweetrawfree.com www.travelsandtrdelnik.com www.brunchesandbooks.com

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Brooke Meredith

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Ravenous reader. Social scientist. Foodie. Novelist. Adventurer. Romantic and idealist. www.sweetrawfree.com www.travelsandtrdelnik.com www.brunchesandbooks.com

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