Who needs pictures when you can close your eyes and channel Titania, Jarvis, Wrightly, and Godfrey in your minds eye, I am weeping at the very thought of these warriors daily efforts for humanity. I use their photos for my focal point when practicing yoga. pic.twitter.com/EBhMvf2BSo
The social cost of associating with the canceled can be greater than being canceled, said Andrew Doyle, the British comic. People remain silent.
Mr. Doyle runs a parody Twitter account about identity politics and cancel culture. He said his work has been described as “racist” and “misogynist.” (“I’ve had one friend literally scream at me in the pub,” he said.)
He reached out to Lisa Hardcastle when hersimilar Twitter accountwas suspended in 2018.
Now they, too, are friends, and attend shows at a comedy club Mr. Doyle founded, where the operating ethos is “no self-censorship.”