Bezrukavenko said his life is the most stable it's ever been & described his personal life as "very boring because it's very good”
60 Minutes correspondent Bill Whitaker reports social media companies are not only profiting off Americans’ online anger- but driving it
Residents angered over the racist and homophobic social media posts made by the husband of a candidate for the Antelope Valley school board
Libs of TikTok and other anti-LGBTQ media falsely claimed a drag queen exposed himself to minors — now the performer is suing
"Californians deserve to know how platforms are impacting public discourse & this action brings much-needed transparency & accountability"
Though LGBTQ youth have easier access to support and resources, Hammack said, they also have more ways to find hate and discrimination
A comment that included the word 'gay' got the nation's largest LGBTQ+ rights advocacy non-profit suspended for a couple of days
California, Florida, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Nebraska, New Jersey, Tennessee, Vermont & others concerned about young users’ mental health
"I told myself for a long time, I was like, 'One day, if I have someone to come out with, then I will come out"
The company explained that "certain kinds of videos can sometimes inadvertently reinforce a negative personal experience for some viewers