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It’s impossible to “hold” anyone else “accountable”

This powerful language frames arrogant orientations, creating failure—what to do instead

I’m not going to address whether we should “hold others accountable.” It’s a long and deep philosophical discussion where excellent arguments can be made for both perspectives. There are valid points to be made all around this…

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Natasha Coulis

Natasha Coulis

Ex-Mormon queer feminist trauma-informed writer. Embracing complexity, nuance, slow conflict, unknowing, non-judgment, love. natashacoulis@gmail.com