New York Post
Excerpt: One of the strangest things about fighting cancel culture is the stubborn claim that it doesn’t even exist. But 22 years of combatting censorship on college campuses has shown me that cancel culture is very real, and can even be deadly. And contrary to what deniers claim, the impact of cancel culture on individuals is often profound.
Just this year Richard Bilkszto, principal of Burnhamthorpe Collegiate Institute and Adult Learning Centre in Canada, committed suicide after a run-in with a diversity trainer in Toronto cost him his job, his friends, and his good standing. Click here for link to full article