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Cancer Culture

Mark Antony Rossi

Publisher: Soma Publishing

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Summary

A literary response to the Cancel Culture. The very things people fear the most in society -- Prejudice and Oppression -- are major components in the cancel culture craze that is sweeping the corporate, college and general American community. Words taken from decades ago are now used to frame a person's character and help destroy careers and lives. But as this book "Cancer Culture" rightly points out we must stand up and fight against this mindless maniacal prescription for tolerance. The act of "canceling" people is intolerant, sexist, racist, homophobic and can border on unethical or immoral sentiments. Respect and Understanding takes communication, it takes work, and it takes time. None can be acheived with moronic social shortcuts that harm people and ruin any fair chance of fellowship and freedom.
Available since: 03/30/2021.

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