The Toxicity of Cancel Culture

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“The Snub” is an ancient human practice that’s been around since the beginning of time. But many feel that the “snub” has become epidemic. Hence the rise of the term, “cancel culture,” an epithet coined sometime in the last decade and receiving enormous traction in the last half decade or so.

Should you be unfamiliar with this Internet-spawned term, allow me to briefly explain. To “cancel” someone is to

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