One of the things that makes our present time different than those in the past is how people interact with celebrities and other people with talent who are in the public eye. When people in the public eye don’t espouse the “correct” opinions on something or do something reprehensible, the public doesn’t seem to want to forgive them anymore. Everyone from classic Hollywood wouldn’t be working today in modern conditions. No star is immune from online vitriol claiming to cancel them and begging people to not patronize them any further. Cancel culture has gotten so pervasive that major entertainment companies are quick to fire people for who have a PR headwind. Cancel Culture arose around the same time as #metoo and both movements have gone after everyone from Harvey Weinstein or Johnny Depp. No one is safe and no one is immune. In this video, we’re looking at cancel culture in a different way. For some, cancel culture is the ultimate form of protest in a capitalist system. This is accomplished by taking the money and attention away from people you disagree with. But is that the best way to have a political discourse? Should all talented people be required to agree with every modern opinion? Has cancel culture caused more problems than it’s worth? In this short video we’re going to explore the question.