Maybe over the weekend you saw the hashtag #HimToo trending, and the story why is downright hilarious
If you missed out on this year’s Bisexual Visibility Day, here are 20 of the best #BiVisibilityDay posts from Instagram and Twitter. You’ll love ’em
There are many stories of survivors not reporting sexual assault to police. #WhyIDidntReport explains these stories, showing the power of hashtag activism
In our look at this week’s top stories, we discover that Australia could ban poppers because straight people started using them and Trump’s Toad-ishness
American journalist Tucker Shaw wrote a heartbreaking HIV Twitter thread after hearing a young person say that the epidemic was good ‘in the long run’
Netflix Canada on Twitter calls itself the gay Netflix account. It’s an official business account, and it isn’t kidding about the gay thing
We think we have something in our eye — this adorable letter from a kid to his big brother is the sweetest thing you’ll read today
Our current president has a history of embarrassing himself on this day every year, most often with tweets based on lies
And the last horse crosses the finish line — after Facebook, YouTube and about everyone else banned him the Alex Jones Twitter ban has finally happened
In our look at the week’s top stories, we find out Eminem’s still a homophobic ass, plus the weirdest twitter beef of the year and a sexy new calendar
Some delightfully weird Jackée Harry Eureka O’Hara beef has popped up on Twitter as the black comedian basically told the drag queen to STFU
Recently uncovered Israel Broussard tweets show that the heartthrob from Netflix’s ‘To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before,’ has pretty bad political viewpoints
For anyone asking, “What is Twitter?”, the microblogging social media network is known for letting its users communicate in 140-character long messages or “tweets”.
While a tweet might seem like a weird communication method, many major media outlets, corporations, organizations, celebrities, activists and people of all sorts use the Twitter website and Twitter app to share important information about breaking and world events. In fact, tweets helped Arab Spring activists overthrow their governments and Twitter as an organization values privacy, even going so far as to refuse giving user information to investigators.
But despite its fun and usefulness, Twitter isn’t always a safe or welcoming place. Its developers have long pledged to fight hate speech on Twitter, but online harassment remains a big problem on the site as does “outrage culture”, with large groups shaming and even threatening violence against individual targets.
Naturally, we have a Twitter account — it’s @unicornbooty— feel free to tweet or direct message us anytime!