Gaslighting and Cuba’s Transition Towards State Capitalism

“Gaslighting” is a term that can be used to describe the dynamics of power in the world today. Psychologist Stephanie A. Sarkis explains this clearly in her book Gaslighting: Recognize Manipulative and Emotionally Abusive People – and Break Free. It takes the 1944 film Gaslight as its reference, in which a man manipulates his wife, making her believe that she is losing her mind.

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Something Terrifying in Cuba: Publicly Admitting You’re Censored

Almost a year has passed since I was distanced from my career in Cuba because of: “My criticism online of people who lead the Government and Communist Party,” an obvious case of censorship that has prevented me from working as an actress. That was definitely a turning point in my professional career, and it made me better understand how cultural policy works in my country.

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