I Asked People Who Ghosted Me Why They Still Watch My Instagram Stories
Their answers range from "I'm trash" (true!) to "you post good videos of your cat" (also true).
Teen Parkland Survivors on Using Social Media to Change Society
Sarah Chadwick and Delaney Tarr survived their school's shooting. Now they're using Twitter to teach each other where adults have failed.
Twitter Slammed for Launching 'Tone-Deaf' Oscars Ad Celebrating Women
Many users pointed out that the social media giant has been historically all too averse to fixing the ongoing harassment of women on the site.
Social Media Dos and Donts with Trixie and Bob the Drag Queen
In a full, free episode of the TRIXIE & KATYA SHOW, Season 8 Rupaul's Drag Race winner Bob the Drag Queen joins Trixie Mattel to talk about how to navigate the bizarre world of online dating.
Photos of Total Strangers Pretending to Be in Serious Relationships
Photographer Marie Hyld met up with strangers she matched with on Tinder—and took extremely intimate portraits with them.
Narcissists Love Liking Other Narcissists' Selfies on Instagram
New research from Sejong University in South Korea suggests that narcissistic people love selfies—even when they're not in them.
The Cathartic Doom of Existential Dread Twitter
In an age of constant misery and creeping fascism, Twitter accounts like Kim Kierkegaardashian, Medieval Death Bot, and Nihilist Arby's give a deadpan voice to our deepest fears.
New Study Links Online Trolling to Men's Narcissism
Researchers explain how narcissistic tendencies may explain why men are more predisposed to engage in internet bullying and other forms of antisocial behavior.
What I Learned From Getting Fired by L'Oréal After Speaking Out Against Racism
Munroe Bergdorf was L'Oréal's first black trans model. She tells Broadly what it was like to be fired by the cosmetics giant after her Facebook post on white supremacy went viral.
How Instagram Makes You Basic, Boring, and Completely Deranged
By now, most people are familiar with the bad tendencies Instagram encourages: self-absorption, stalking, pastel-pink blandness. Two recent works—a novel, "Sympathy," and a film, "Ingrid Goes West"—take this as their subject.
Meet Coco, the Six-Year-Old Instagram Star
We met up with the young Instagram star, "pink princess," and style icon in Japan.
Doxxing White Supremacists Is Making Them Terrified
“It’s hard to get a job, hard to make a living, hard to have a normal social life when all your friends and family know you believe in ethnic cleansing.”
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