Surviving Scientology's suppression - 2018-07-23

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F150.png Surviving Scientology's suppression July 23, 2018, Randall King, Winnipeg Free Press

That story is recalled in the one-woman show Squeeze My Cans, a bawdy-sounding reference to the metal cylinders attached to an e-meter, employed to measure electrodermal variations in a Scientologist's body during "audit" sessions.

It's a hair-raising story, but it's told in an entertaining and engaging manner that transcends the subject of the religion started by science fiction author L. Ron Hubbard.

"The show isn't just about a cult and Scientology," Schenkelberg said. "It's about: what did you survive? Did you have a job you hated? Were you in an abusive relationship?"

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{{cite news | first = Randall | last = King | title = Surviving Scientology's suppression | url = https://www.winnipegfreepress.com/arts-and-life/entertainment/arts/surviving-scientologys-suppression-488938631.html#long-story | work = Winnipeg Free Press | date = July 23, 2018 | accessdate = July 24, 2018 }}