The age of the sugar daddy scammer
Suddenly, fake sugar daddies are everywhere. We unpack why, and what it says about us that we can't seem to escape them.
The rise of the public transit It Girl
From 'Tube Girl' to 'Subway Sessions', a new crop of creators are chasing virality with the help of the underground.
Molly Soda's Chick Magnet is a vision board for the internet age
In her new photo book, the artist enters the kitchen to explore the relationships between modern life, the internet, food and femininity.
In defence of MovieTok
They’re merely the target of a collective anger; some of the few ‘succeeding’ in an underfunded and overworked industry.
Who is Lil Tay?
Let’s take a moment to work this out.
What exactly is sex workers' beef with Meta?
Instagram's policies are vague and open-ended, rather like the law itself.
@freshhel is just a girl having fun online
The Funny Poet Laureate of Twitter and OnlyFans influenced the way an entire generation tweets. Now she’s ready to move on from the app.
Threads is limiting post interactions
But unlike the curbs that saw activity plummet on Musk's Twitter, the changes to Zuck's Threads are aimed at scammers rather than users.
We’re in the era of the AI-generated fake celebrity nude
Deepfake porn of stars are becoming more realistic and easier to produce, but the law is nowhere near catching up.
Why aren't there more movies about men's relationship with social media?
All too often on screen women are the users while men are the creators.
A case for inconveniencing your friends
Is picking up your friend from the airport really “emotional labor”?
Find My Friends is becoming another form of toxic social media
Despite privacy concerns, Find My has become a go-to social app. But how often should we be checking each other's whereabouts?