Tumblr has started speculating about Luigi’s penis and some Twitter users aren’t amused. Here’s how they calculated its length and why some fans are upset
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Conservative Twitter users started freaking out after the micro-blogging platform started deleting Russian bot accounts and asking users to verify their identities
David Eason, the dad from MTV’s ‘Teen Mom 2,’ was fired from the show following homophobic and transphobic comments he made on Twitter
Right-wing trolls Dinesh D’Souza and Armond White are descending on the Parkland survivors, mocking them for being sad that Florida rejected an assault weapons ban
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Ivanka Trump tweeted her support for Oprah’s Golden Globes speech that referred to both the Times Up and ‘Me Too’ movements
Ellen DeGeneres responded to Eric Trump’s absurd Deep State conspiracy theory claims he recently made against her
San Francisco activists are mad that the Donald Trump Twitter account continues to exist despite his threatening North Korea with nukes — we take a closer look
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.
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