Cancel Culture and Democracy
Might be an unpopular take, but I think cancel culture is a threat to democracy. If a lot of people are afraid of speaking out what's on their mind, because they're worried about getting cancelled, what kind of society do we live in then?
The irony here is that cancel culture came out of internet culture through the use of social media. And wasn't social media supposed to give everyone a voice? With cancel culture being waged online, the only people who have a voice are those on the far right and far left of the political spectrum. What about everyone else in the middle? We have no voice because we're too worried about getting cancelled.