The Wuhan virus has provided an unprecedented opportunity for Big Porn to capitalize on our social isolation. Like the coronavirus, pornography use is silent but deadly.
One bright spot in this medical and economic catastrophe is that millions of workers will find that working from home is not only possible, but preferable.
I don’t need to read your chatty recollection about a potluck where nothing happened except someone complimented your fruit salad.
If we are going to provide Big Tech with a sweetheart deal, it must be a deal that also works for the American people. It’s time to rewrite Section 230.
As the 2010s come to a close, here are the top viral moments of the decade we can all appreciate and will never forget.
Easily hackable, super creepy, and massively Orwellian, Ring and other home surveillance tech give you the illusion of protection while stealing your privacy and autonomy.
Men often feel defensive when confronted with their porn addiction, but it’s not just their problem: It becomes a burden for their entire family — especially their hurting wives or girlfriends.
The ‘I know it when I see it’ standard for pornography is now the standard for racism. It is wrongheaded and cannot stand.
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