Uber-Gate: Not Just a PR Gaffe

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Scott Lyon explains why an Uber executive’s threat to dig up dirt on journalists was more than just an unfortunate remark.

Tweets of the Day: Emotion, Homelessness, Codependence

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See what our readers are saying about us on Twitter!

#GMPChat: Dads Need Self-Care Too

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This month, we’ve been focusing on self-care for men. Join us on Wednesday, November 19th at 9:00pm Est for our #GMPChat on Dads and Self-Care.

Tweets of the Day: Feminism, Boys, and Addiction

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Tweets of the Day: Beards, Brooks, and Backs

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Tweets of the Day: Nerds, Kids, and Kisses

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Tweets of the Day – Dads, Grandfathers, and More

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A Dad Sounds Off on the “Thank You” Seekers

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Where are the days where good deeds were their own reward? This dad wants them back and the attention seeking to end.

#TakeDownJulienBlanc: A Game of Power and Powerlessness

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Vivian Baxter* shares some of her own experiences and insights about power games.

Monday Reader Tweets of the Day

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More “If Gay Guys Said the Stuff Straight People Say” [video]

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Inspired by Twitter & YouTube comments, Daniel-Ryan Spaulding creates a conversation you’ll never hear.

Saturday Reader Tweets of the Day

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Friday Reader Tweets of the Day

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Thursday Reader Tweets of the Day

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Wednesday Writer Tweets of the Day

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See what some of our writers are saying on Twitter, and how you can follow them.

How To Disagree On Twitter

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Despite what you may have heard, it’s possible to have a calm discussion in 140 characters or less.