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Watching a White Mom React To New Rappers

The average White American adult's understanding of hip-hop culture is significantly behind the culture's actual status. A White news anchor or television host might still lament about...

YouTube Doesn’t Want Us To Change

I use YouTube for a lot of my music consumption. I've never bothered to customize my Pandora and Spotify accounts. Also, I have AdBlock on...
Romphim

A Thought: Male Rompers and Suppressed Femininity

Save for an expertly-timed marketing push by a bold group of guys, I'm certain the loudest straight male supporters of the Romphims on Twitter...

Super Apps: Apps as Industries

Originally featured on Zachary's website (zacharyhurdle.com). Can also be found on Civic Eagle If Zachary's thoughts on a Chinese social credit score system didn't blow your...

Roach Nigga And Hood Stereotypes on Twitter

Social media parody accounts are nothing new, but they're exceptionally wild on Twitter. Exhibit A: @roach_nigga One popular brand of parody account are the type that...

What They Say: #WomenWhoVoteTrump Is Heated

What appears to have been started as a trend mocking women who continue to support Donald Trump, the discussion under the #WomenWhoVoteTrump trend has...

The Dixon Challenge

An honest, self-identified redneck took to YouTube recently to get real about racism. The man has since been identified as actor/filmmaker Jorge Eugene Moran. He...

Spongebob Is Fine. Please, Use Snopes

Spongebob Squarepants is not being cancelled. This is not the first time an unfounded rumor of Spongebob canceling has gone around. You owe us...

Whataburger and White Castle Latest Brands To Exploit Urban Trend

In light of the recent feud between Drake and Meek Mill, Whataburger and White Castle put out some corny tweets playing on the beef: Chicken fingers...

#DMVTaughtMe Something About Twitter

A couple of recent national trending topics on Twitter, #dmvtaughtme and #Atlantataughtme, showcased residents of the D.C. and Atlanta metro areas describing unique aspects...