We talked to the internet residents who feel more like foxes, dragons, and cats than members of Homo sapiens.
Legions of young girls are consulting untrained professionals online for advice about their depression and anxiety.
This blog takes popular movies and features only the lines spoken by people of color. They're all really short.
"A lot of my work is made up of what I think is strange or interesting or striking. It's all plastic and pink—the stuff that we as girls are supposed to love."
Any 13-year-old with a camera flash can throw some pineapples onto a brightly-colored backdrop and call it art, but that doesn't mean there's not life in the genre yet.
Last night the question of what color a dress was set the internet on fire, and by this morning plenty of people were feeling like it should be burned to the ground.
"I live in daydreams."
We talked to the Audio Porn Tumblr about their open submission policy and the benefits of online porn with no visuals.
If you want a vision of the future, imagine a boot stamping on a human face, then someone making a Vine of that and sharing it—forever.
On the latest episode of the ENTITLEMENT Podcast, we chatted with comedian Matt Ingebretson about YikYak, Tumblr, and feeling uncomfortable on social media.
We caught up with Kristie Muller after publishing her work last year to take a look at what she's been up to since.
In a completely saturated social media landscape, how is an artist supposed to create enough work to get attention? Sam Newell has one answer: Let an algorithm make the art.
Is Slender Man a cosplay-friendly vehicle for enjoyment, or a cultish threat? And did Daniel Simao get picked on for his costume choice or was he inappropriately touching others?
You might be familiar with asexuality, but are you familiar with aromanticism? They're never gonna fall in love—because they don't want to.
Mary Scherpe, one of Germany's most successful style bloggers, has been getting stalked for two years by a crazy dude on the internet. But instead of shutting up about it like everyone advises you to do, she started a blog and wrote a book detailing the s…
Since the blog started, things have changed for the worse. With the war showing no signs of coming to an end, and with the Islamic State adding a new layer of horror to proceedings, Syria looks further from peace than ever.
Spanish artist Mario M. Santamaría scours Google's Art Project for glimpses of the hardware behind the service.
The Tumblr's followers don't know—or apparently care—about what feminism has accomplished so far. They're just sick of whatever they think "modern feminism" is. They also lack grip strength.
DashCon has already secured its place in history as a nerd catastrophe, but was it really that bad if you were there? We spoke to a vendor to get a play-by-play. In her estimation it was a bumpy but worthwhile ride.
The Rich Kids of Instagram (#RKOI) is a group made up of the sons and daughters of the world's one-percenters. Last week one of the RKs had four vehicles torched in as many days, totaling around $850,000 worth of damage.
I talked to Hiba Krisht about the 15 years she spent wearing the Muslim head covering against her will, how Islam can hypersexualize women, and whether she's worried that her website is going to get co-opted by right-wing bigots.
If you google me, you'll find a photo of me in my underwear from a photo shoot for Me in My Place, a website and phone app collecting pictures of scantily clad girls at their homes. Recently, I sat down with the site's founder, Michael Edwards, to talk ab…
When we asked the rapper Kitty to write an essay about "how she felt her career had developed in 2013," she reluctantly agreed with the understanding that she would end up humiliating herself.
Over the past few weeks, foreign fighters have been busy uploading selfies across Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter, in an effort to publicize their cause and win more recruits.