Or, we could write to the senators responsible for this legislation, protest such legislation and STILL live our lives.
@emrazz, criticizing actress Alyssa Milano’s call for women to go on a sex strike to protest states passing strict abortion laws. Last week, Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp signed a bill to ban abortions after a heartbeat is detected, about six weeks into pregnancy. Though Milano’s tweet to refrain from sex “until we get bodily autonomy back” seemed to have good intentions, it was slammed for excluding the LGBT community and perpetuating the idea that women use sex as a favor to men.
I mean, the app name has no vowels. Were you expecting perfection?
@_junjulyaugust, joking about the Nike app’s troubles during the Saturday release of rapper Travis Scott’s new sneaker, the “Cactus Jack.” Fans trying to buy the limited edition shoe reported the app had trouble processing payments and kept crashing. SNKRS is known to have issues when new shoes drop.
Alyssa Milano could take a few tips from 17-year-old icon Billie Eilish because THIS is a way to take power back.
@selenacasanova, supporting singer Billie Eilish after she revealed in her Calvin Klein campaign that she wears baggy clothing because “nobody can have an opinion” on her body if they don’t know what it looks like. The confession earned Eilish praise, while people decried internet culture for scrutinizing young women’s bodies.
I’m so tired.
@thecaseygram, slamming Jeremy Saville’s upcoming movie in which he plays a white man masquerading as a black woman on the radio. The trailer for “Loqueesha” sparked calls of racism, from its use of a “ghetto” name to Saville’s loud voice for the character.
The tea is piping and the subscribers are falling.
@theannalytical, tweeting about YouTuber Tati Westbrook, left, on Friday publicly ending her friendship with James Charles, right, in a 43-minute video. Westbrook cited Charles’ rude behavior toward fellow influencers and alleged lies he told about Westbrook, his former mentor, as the reason for the split. The video, testimonials from other YouTubers supporting Westbrook’s claims, and Charles’ own public controversies caused him to lose millions of followers. He posted an apology later that day, though many doubted its sincerity.