- Morton Bast
- New York, NY
- United States
editorial coordinator, TED
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Clean version of Sally Kohn's talk available on YouTube
In response to several requests, we've uploaded a profanity-free version of this talk to the TED YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=auFybcF4o6w
We understand that our audience is very much of two minds when it comes to talks that contain profanity, so we wanted to make sure that everyone felt heard, and had access to this content in a form they were comfortable watching and sharing with friends and family.
And we'd love your feedback on this! How important to you is having a clean version of a talk? Is profanity helpful in making a point, or would you prefer to see it left out of TED Talks?