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Unhappy Medium: The Business of Misery Memes

The meme has entered a new era as an emotional shorthand. Read more »

Viral Vultures: The Plight of Black TikTok Creatives

It’s not just about Addison Rae. Read more »

Shrimpy Shenanigans: We Could All See How the Cinnamon Toast Crunch Saga Would End

While the internet revels in tasks like identifying racists and getting them fired, it can struggle with milkshake ducks that may not have neat, tidy stories. Read more »

Boomer to Zoomer: Grim Generational Relations Aren’t An Accident

There is only one winner in a generation war, and it’s not millennials or boomers or Gen Z—it’s capitalism. Read more »

Very Online: On TikTok, Teens Reshape Abortion Culture

Young people know that forced-childbirth diehards are on the wrong side of this fight. Read more »

Personal Capital: What Can We Do About Before and After Instagram Accounts?

“You’re not ugly, just poor” communicates that beauty is often not naturally occurring. Read more »

Wellness Influencers Owe the Indian Farmers Their Solidarity

Maybe now would be a good time to engage in a self-reflexivity that has long been missing in the wellness industry as a whole. Read more »

Bravado and Branding: Instagrammable Startups Can’t Save Trans Healthcare

We can’t rely on the economy of influencers to solve a healthcare disparity. Read more »

No Conversation: @DudesInTheDMs Is Making the Internet Safer for Women

Any woman can send Paige Woolen screenshots of unwanted DMs and have them shared with 61,000 followers. Read more »

“No One Is Talking about This” Brings Online Pangs to Real Life Tragedy

No One Is Talking About This is a reflection of our ebbing and flowing need for connection. Read more »

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Game Changer: Why Gaming Culture Allows Abuse... and How We Can Stop It

You're a Bolshevik feminist jewess that hates white people… and you expect to be taken seriously when you're “critique-ing” ...

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A Look at How Media Writes Women of Color

Nearly every Saturday morning, feminists of color hold Twitter discussions taking a deeper look at issues, such as gender violence. It’s the... Read more »