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Author Olivia Yallop discusses her new book, which examines both the pitfalls and the transformative potential of online culture.
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As demand surges, plastic surgery providers are targeting some of men’s biggest insecurities with hazardous procedures.
Internet users are attempting to take back power by messing with targeted ads. But just how effective are these tactics?
On #SpiritualTok, witches and guides are gaining exposure for stealing practices belonging to other cultures – but a group of TikTok users are confronting the whitewashing of their ancestors’ rituals.
The hashtag #selfharm is censored on TikTok, but that hasn’t stopped users from speaking out about their experiences.
As calls for a second referendum grow louder, TikTok is giving young Scots a platform to carry on their fight through lockdown and to build solidarity with other independence movements.
‘Exmos’ are flocking to TikTok to share their stories of leaving the LDS Church and building supportive communities which are helping them to heal.
Young Americans say the Capitol riots mirrored school shootings. Now, TikTok is offering a space for them to process their trauma.
From in-depth essays to on-the-ground reporting in communities stretched across the globe, here are the pieces we’re most proud of this year.
In protest of their university's handling of coronavirus, nine students have taken over a tower and are using TikTok to document their occupation and to galvanise a new generation of organisers.