While everyone’s situation is unique, and I’ve certainly enjoyed some privileges that have aided my ability to bounce back each time, these are the skills that have helped me survive the immediate aftermath of being cancelled.
Identity Crisis Episode 14: How to Survive Cancellation Part One
Journalist Graham Linehan Responds to His Critics
Arty Morty: Graham Linehan’s gender blasphemy exposes the fear that stifles the trans debate
Take Nobody’s Word For It: Sophie Watson
Identity Crisis Episode 12: Arkansas Bill 1570—Saving Kids from Medical Experimentation?
A Conversation with Feminist Lawyer Kara Dansky
Some of the things we spoke about: Even when the consequences to speaking out are major, we almost always have a choice, and must take responsibility for that choice.
Staying silent about a problem can mean you will have to deal with a magnified version of the problem down the road. Silencing yourself can make you start to conform your thoughts to the group’s opinion. What makes some people feel compelled to speak the truth when others don’t?
Identity Crisis Episode 11: Rob Hoogland and the Loudest Silence
Alanna is one of four athletes, the others being Selina Soule, Chelsea Mitchell, and Ashley Nicoletti, who have filed a lawsuit that would block male athletes who identify as transgender from competing in girl’s sports in Connecticut.
The four girls have been consistently deprived of honors and opportunities to compete at elite levels due to a policy in their state that allows males who self-identify as female to compete in girls’ athletic events.