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A View From Inside the Toxic Work Culture at Cards Against Humanity

Comedian Nico Carter talks about his viral Medium post and the sense of betrayal he felt while writing for the infamous card game

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Cards Against Humanity was always about crossing boundaries into the taboo — the company’s popular game dares players to pair cards…




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Izzie Ramirez

Izzie Ramirez

Writing about climate, culture & comida wherever I go. Work in: GEN, Bitch Media, VICE, Jezebel, and then some. Medium’s resident Gen Z kid.

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