Bisexual Backlash: On the Specific Disaster of the Bi Internet
Maybe stepping into these online spaces and expecting to see ourselves and our own experiences reflected back at us is what we’re doing wrong. Read more »
Very Online: Inside the Endless Post-Police Brutality Loop
We continue treading the same digital footsteps, hoping that, maybe, this time, it’ll make a difference. Read more »
The Internet has (Literally) Accelerated Gender Reveal Parties
Gender reveal parties are killing people. Also, they’re absurd. Read more »
Very Online: Quarantine Is Changing Influencer Culture. Will It Last?
In quarantine, influencer marketing is being tossed into harsher light. Read more »
Very Online: TikTok Has Embraced Pro-Eating Disorder Content in Quarantine
TikTok itself is also encouraging this behavior by promoting ads that encourage weight loss. Read more »
Stinging Stans: Swifties Doxxing Journalists Is Just the Beginning
People don’t really know what to think about fangirls or teenage girls in general. Read more »
Very Online: Twitter is a Salve for Black People. It’s Also Anti-Black.
What does Twitter’s commitment to Black people actually look like, and what is the impact when Twitter fails Black users? Read more »
Jada Pinkett-Smith Isn’t the Villain in Her Entanglement. Nobody Is.
Will and Jada’s public relationship has resulted in explosive discourse online. Read more »
YouTuber Myka Stauffer Illustrates the Problem with White Adoptive Parents
Adoptees have long known what it’s like to have our stories usurped by adoptive parents. Read more »
Even in Death, Breonna Taylor Is Being Disrespected
It’s painful to think that a cute internet joke is needed to rile people up after the death of a Black woman. Read more »