Shannen Doherty Slams 'Ridiculous Cancel Culture' In New Instagram Post

Taylor Sakellis
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Shannen Doherty is the latest celebrity to speak out against the "cancel culture" phenomenon that has Hollywood in a tizzy. It seems like everyone and their mother is ready to speak out about how much they hate cancel culture, while I'm looking around to see who actually is a big fan of it.

Of course, accountability is important, but how far is too far? Shannen Doherty is eager to find out.

In a new, heartfelt post, the "BH, 90210" star got candid with fans about her thoughts on cancel culture.

"It’s been a bit. I know. Obviously, I’ve had some battles to fight. Some not done yet," the actress said, in reference to her ongoing stage four cancer battle.

"I’ve also just been in observation mode. Observing what our world is becoming. What my country is becoming and listening."

"I do have a lot to say. I have strong opinions on it all, even in the ridiculous cancel culture we live in, I still will always have my own opinion regardless of what others think."

"I am trying to figure out my own voice and how to express it."

She went on to speak about seeing "so much hatred and pain" in our world today.

"Animals being poached. Game reserves dehorning rhinos just to keep them alive. Lions raised for their bones, morons hunting what they don’t eat. People dumping animals at shelter because it no longer fits their lifestyle. Babies being dumped in dumpsters. Homeless situation growing. War on the horizon. People left behind. Human rights over looked. Cancel culture….so over it."

"We are entitled to our opinions," she continued.

"We do NOT all have to think the same. It’s disturbing that anyone feels compelled to be silent in fear of repercussions (unless you’re a racist ass then yeah be quiet) but we are human. We think, feel, believe differently and that should be valued by all."

She then revealed that she was considering starting her own podcast.

"i am tired of only two voices. Their is a third. Even a fourth. For now, I wish you all peace, compassion and respect for ALL living thing," Shannen concluded.

Good for Shannen for speaking out loving one another — it's so important to remember.