Cancel culture exists, but what many refer to as cancel culture in its current form isn’t really that. That’s the point of my distinction between what say, ContraPoints went through, and what provocateurs in comedy, politics and otherwise like to posit as them no longer being allowed to say anything that’s not PC.

That’s the crux of Wynn’s point — she *actually* suffered a great deal of consequence from people attempting to cancel her, while others who’ve often invoked cancel culture as the devil only bolster their profile through such “cancelation”.

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Internet culture scribe with an interest in the digital economy, content creators, media and politics.