The 'cancel culture' debate gets the fight for free speech entirely wrong
For some, defending free speech has become a tool to bully others into silence. "It’s inescapable, the observation that the pro-free-speech activists exhibit the behaviour they ostensibly claim to be fighting: invoking blinding moral certainty, belittling people who disagree with them or threatening them with lawsuits." Eve Fairbanks contemplates the paradigms of cancel culture for The Washington Post.
From The Washington Post