FlexMami: the 10 funniest things I have ever seen (on the internet) | Culture- Tempemail

Saying the internet raised me is extreme, but it helps explain how much I can’t separate my reality from it. Perhaps it’d be better to say the internet co-parented me because my mum is literally the best and deserves the sole title. What started out as a place for adolescent Continue Reading

Alexei Toliopoulos: the funniest things I have ever seen (on the internet) | Culture- Tempemail

My whole life is a deep dive into the mysteries of pop culture. I don’t think I’ve seen the surface in years and likely have a permanent case of the bends. Each of these treasures I’ve unearthed in my life’s mission of pop culture exploration and investigation transcends in some Continue Reading

Plymouth shootings may be a sign the ‘incel’ culture is spreading | Plymouth shooting- Tempemail

Experts are warning that a dangerous online subculture known as the “incel” movement is gaining traction after Jake Davison, the gunman behind the shootings in Plymouth that left six people dead, referenced the group and expressed deeply misogynistic ideas. Davison, who posted numerous videos on YouTube weeks before the massacre, Continue Reading

Social media boycott can unite support against sport’s culture of online abuse- Tempemail

At 3pm on Friday afternoon, the virtual circus paused mid-flight. Without fans in stadiums, social media has become football’s soundtrack, filling the vacuum with a cacophony of caps lock, emojis, well-cut clips and uncut reactions. For better or worse, this is the voice of sport and society, broadcast across 140 Continue Reading

Celebrity culture and social media: Why so many men feel bad about their bodies- Tempemail

W hile much has been written about the impact of poor body image and the intense bodily scrutiny and judgement faced by women and girls, a new study has found that men are increasingly falling victim to the same anxieties. Whether it’s feeling the pressure from social media snaps or Continue Reading

‘They’re stealing our customers and we’ve had enough’: is Deliveroo killing restaurant culture? | Global development

Shukran Best Kebab – the finest Turkish restaurant in the Seven Sisters area of north London, according to some people (although it is surrounded by fierce rivals to the throne) – joined Deliveroo two years ago, and back then it seemed like a no-brainer. “Life as a small, independent restaurant Continue Reading