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What’s with all the WWIII memes? Gen Z says they’re a mix of comic relief and ‘insensitivity.’
Here’s how young people are grappling with a potential war with Iran
This holiday season, I’m putting my phone down to focus on quality time with my loved ones. Here are some ideas I have to make it happen.
I hate that I feel uncontrollably drawn to my smartphone whenever I have an idle moment
For nostalgia’s sake, I hold onto items from my past relationships. But social media changes everything.
With direct messages and texts, ghosts of relationships past aren’t so easily sorted
Marian Blair and
Revenge porn drove Katie Hill out of Congress. Would that have happened to a man?
She was taken down by people ‘gleeful’ about sexually humiliating a young woman in power, says lawyer Carrie Goldberg
Meet the 10-year-old who gave Kacey Musgraves a makeover
‘Who came up with the idea that you just have to have eye shadow on the lid?’
‘Jenny B.’ is congratulating women on our pregnancies with a handwritten card. We’re not pregnant, and we don’t know Jenny.
The cards are being sent to our parents
Women were looking for modeling gigs on Craigslist. Then they were pulled into an alleged sex trafficking scheme.
The recent criminal case could signal a shift for online pornography, experts say
In the age of the Internet, everyone constructs an outward-facing identity. What does that mean for our inner, private lives?
As my book release looms, I’ve been reflecting on how we construct ourselves socially and privately
Lizzo — and others on the Internet — are making the peach emoji political. Here’s how.
In certain online circles, the peach is becoming a protest emoji
The Women’s March made activist Rachel Cargle famous. Two years later, she’s calling out racial injustices within feminism.
‘I refuse to listen to white women cry about something,’ Cargle says
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