Episode 8: Cancel Culture & Voluntary Association (Part 1)

Main idea: The difference between Cancel Culture and Voluntary Association

Episode 8 on YouTube don’t forget to like, comment, subscribe, and share!
  • Who we are
    • I’m Kasie, I’m in Columbia and my daughter is 12
    • I’m Jessica. I live in the Upstate of South Carolina, and I have two boys, 6th and 6rd grade. 
  • The purpose and scope of the episode- 
    • A timely discussion about how cancel culture and voluntary association differ, and how cancel culture is detrimental to our society
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  • LINK to the audio-only of this episode
  • Today’s topic is pretty popular. We’ll try to stick to the libertarian take.
    • Explanation of how the two are different:
      • What is cancel culture vs. what is voluntary association?
    • Examples of cancel culture
      • Looking for old social media posts to spark outrage, then using it to damage someone’s life and livelihood.
      • How is this detrimental to our society?
        • Entitlement-driven malice
    • Examples of voluntary association
    • How is this vital in a free market?
    • You can have a belief that is different than others and still be respectful and kind
      • Dichotomies in our party 
  • Coming up on the next episode: 
    • Part 2 — we bring Alex and Melissa in on this conversation about cancel culture.
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  • Thanks and goodbye

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Published by kasiewhitener

Author of After December, host of Write On SC, YouTube channels for both and blogging like it's my job at http://kasiewhitener.com

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