Monica Lewinsky Says Cancel Culture Has Become ‘Too Broad’

Monica Lewinsky Says Cancel Culture Has Become ‘Too Broad’


Monica Lewinsky said on Wednesday that she feels cancel culture has become “a little too broad,” becoming the latest high-profile figure to criticize the way public shaming occurs in the age of the internet.

Lewinsky made the remark to Trevor Noah during an appearance on “The Daily Show” to discuss the new documentary she executive produced, “15 Minutes of Shame,” which examines how public shaming has exploded since the invention of the internet, targeting the vulnerable, as well as people in power.

“I don’t know what you think about cancel culture and the term ‘cancel culture,’ but I think, for me, it’s just become a little too broad,” Lewinsky told Noah.

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“I think that really what felt important was for people to come to understand what happens in

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