Nudity, Toxic Waste, Criticism & a New Career

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Criticism. If you're able to fog a mirror, you may as well prepare yourself for someone to criticize you. If you own your own business or speak your voice, double that. Here's a good look at someone making the switch to a career as a writer and how she is dealing with a massive onslaught of criticism and other toxic responses.

Nothing I ever expected. Just a funny little piece about how folks handle naked in their families. Wow, people love a target for their toxic waste. As a writer trying to jump start a new career, I’m happy to be that target.

I thought I’d let some of the comments speak for themselves. My friend Brenda Cossman a law professor in the controversial areas of sexual diversity and anti-censorship, says you shouldn’t pay too much attention, if any, to the comments. Many are the railings of the disempowered and unaccountable. It’s possible Joe Blowmoi is not his real name.

Read the full post on Nudity, Toxic Waste, or How to Build a Career on Nothing in Moderation.

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