There’s quite literally nothing better than straight male celebrities learning what a “bussy” is while reading thirst tweets on camera.
In the near future, Trump tweets may be getting labeled as “offensive” by Twitter, according to the platform’s head of legal
Oluwaseyi Omooba was fired after a five-year-old anti-gay tweet was brought to light
The latest social media fad to come across our feeds and timelines isn’t eyeroll-worthy at all; it’s actually pretty damn amazing.
She faces accusations of exploitation as a straight artist who caused the prices of Manchester Pride tickets to soar
This touching story involves a babysitter of a young boy ashamed for wanting to watch a Barbie Netflix show
Thanks to a Twitter user who posted a pic from an L.A. courthouse, Twitter is abuzz with talk of the twink-tastic statue
On Twitter, this gay man offers up his own personal experiences in dealing with students of the private school
The world became invested in Tanner’s and Cody’s first date after Tanner had employed a clever way to get Cody’s attention
Instead of Just Apologizing for His Homophobic Tweets, Kevin Hart Calls Out ‘Angry People’ (Updated)
The announcement that Kevin Hart would host the Oscars was met with backlash after some of his homophobic past tweets were uncovered
Among today’s headlines are news of a ‘CMBYN’ sequel being written as we speak, and Kanye tweets at Broadway’s ‘The Cher Show,’ a no-no
The new Twitter terms allow posts, comments and users to be reported for misgendering and “deadnaming” trans people
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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