These Queer People Wrote Love Letters to Their Younger Selves

Photographer Heather Glazzard asked LGBTQ people from the U.K. to write notes to their teenage selves.


'A Perfect Match,' Today's Comic by Olga Wieszczyk

A fire-obsessed girl finds her soul mate.


The Eight Cringiest Moments in ‘Insatiable,’ the Worst Show on Netflix

I watched the entire series to find its most problematic jokes.


The Gay-Straight Alliance Helped Me as Much as It Could

My school's GSA was my first LGBTQ community, even if it didn't represent my identity in full.


The Grim Portrait of a School Shooter in ‘13 Reasons Why’

Netflix’s controversial high school drama is back with another harmful plotline.


Internal Documents Show How Facebook Decides When a Poop Emoji Is Hate Speech

Facebook trains its moderators to recognize when emojis violate the social network site’s policies as well, including for sexual solicitation, hate speech, and bullying.


Expert Advice on How to Deal with Online Harassment

You deserve to feel safe on social media.


How racist bullying is tearing apart a school district in the South

Schools are reckoning with the intertwining issues of race and bullying in an atmosphere of growing anger and mistrust.


'The Sims' Helped Me Cope With Bullying

Video games can be a powerful coping mechanism.


Congressman to resign after allegedly sexually harassing staff and calling them “fucktards”

Rep. Blake Farenthold, Republican of Texas, will not seek re-election in 2018 and instead retire at the end of his term, a local ABC News affiliate reported Thursday, following multiple allegations of abuse and sexual misconduct by former staffers.


'The Bully,' a Short Essay on Losing Your Temper by Akhil Sharma

The author feels enraged by a man who is dying.