so-called "cancel culture" 

Regardless of our positions, it seems like many of us are guilty of thus:

"Women get fired every day for spurning their boss' advances, and black kids are disproportionally suspended from school for 'bad attitudes,' despite no actual differences in attitude quality. But we don't yell at each other about these cases because they never hit the main feed and the chattering classes are far more likely to focus myopically on cases they can see themselves in rather than the domination and injustice constantly suffered by far more vulnerable people."

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so-called "cancel culture" 

@praxeology Changing that's the goal of pushing empathy, right? Altering the equation so that people see themselves in more & more other-people's cases?

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