Cancel Culture vs. Consequence Culture — And the Casualties of Ridiculousness

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As perhaps the final major social media “disappearing” of 2021, acclaimed YouTube video essayist Lindsay Ellis recently announced she would quit vlogging forever. This followed a months-long Twitter-dogpiling stemming from an accusation that she’d tweeted a racist analogy about a Disney movie. Even though she really didn’t.

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Freelance writer and journalist. Bylines: The New York Times, The Daily Banter, The Kansas Reflector, Vulture, The Daily Banter. Former Jeopardy! contestant

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