Is unfollowing someone ever really that deep?
Seeing that someone has cut you out of their social media life can hurt. But are we taking it too seriously?
The most chaotic moments of 2021
Mapped month by month for your convenience, buckle up.
Yassification allows us to enjoy a smooth brain-existence
A new 'yass queen' reality.
How to help when someone you know is spiralling online
It’s easy to turn a blind eye, but here’s what you can do when you see someone spinning out via successive Instagram stories or tweets.
Should you be posting your L's online?
We're hooked on publicising our embarrassment on Twitter. For some, this response can begin to feel like a self-fulfilling prophecy.
Why telling people to 'go to therapy' isn't as enlightened as some think
On Twitter, there's an all too simplistic line being drawn between morality and therapy.
We need to find the Demon Twink
Messiness like this should always be rewarded.
Why the rise of the ironic homophobic meme isn't a bad thing
Once taboo language and stereotypes are no longer off-limits.
The 7 best Extremely Online movies
The very modern nuances of influencer culture, social media and revenge porn are unpacked here.
Why Twitter is so obsessed with these 1970s conversation pits
In lockdown, we're all hankering after connection, socialisation, space to breathe and most crucially, lush, retro homes that aren't mouldy rental hellholes.
We might need to pay to use some Twitter features in the future
A new report says the app is considering switching to a subscription-based model.
Are we all cake?
Our very existence is a lie and a viral cake video proves it.