Episode 159: 159 - CANCEL CULTURE - Joey Busuttil - the Secret MENS Business podcast.


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In this episode of the Secret MENS Business podcast I discuss "Cancel Culture". Within the turbulent past few years, the idea that a person can be “cancelled” — in other words, culturally blocked from having a prominent public platform or career — has become a polarizing topic of debate. The rise of “cancel culture” and the idea of cancelling someone coincides with a familiar pattern: A celebrity or other public figure does or says something offensive. A public backlash, often fuelled by politically progressive social media, ensues.
It’s common to compare cancel culture to “call-out culture” — but its real roots may lie in the civil rights movement
As cancel culture caught on, many members of the public, as well as the media, have frequently conflated it with other adjacent trends — especially “call-out culture.” Cancel culture can be seen as an extension of call-out culture: the natural escalation from pointing out a problem to calling for the head of the person who caused it.
Cancel culture and call-out culture are often confused not only with each other, but also with broader public shaming trends, as part of a collectivised narrative that all of these things are examples of trolling and harassment. The media has sometimes referred to this collectivised narrative as “outrage culture.”
Joe Busuttil
Equator Therapies

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