Intriguing take on this new social media term being spread far and wide. I believe that cancel culture is being used for the wrong reason, and that making one simple mistake online leads to being harshly bashed. We should be cancelling those who refuse to accept their wrongs, not those who actually strive to improve themselves and become a better, more whole person. Nobody is perfect, and recognizing that is crucial to self reflection and improvement. For example, TikTok's use of "cancel culture" has been blown out of proportion. This should be a symbol for what not to do regarding the cancel movement.

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Hi! I'm an Arizona college student coming out of the Bay Area, writing on all things lifestyle and self-improvement.

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Aaron Vaserman

Aaron Vaserman

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Hi! I'm an Arizona college student coming out of the Bay Area, writing on all things lifestyle and self-improvement.