How A Hot Tub Encounter Led Me To Cancel Culture And Why I Oppose It

Sure, the hot tub might look nice right now, just wait until everyone climbs in | Image By FOTOGRIN, Shutterstock

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Agile Coach and Psychotherapist-In-Training at the intersection of technology and the human condition. Let’s chat: lisabradburnmedium@gmail.com

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Agile Coach and Psychotherapist-In-Training at the intersection of technology and the human condition. Let’s chat: lisabradburnmedium@gmail.com

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