A Mom Influencer Went Super Viral For Alleging Her Kids Were Almost Kidnapped Inside A Store. Here Are The Facts.
Katie Sorensen says a couple tried to kidnap her kids from a Michaels craft store, but police say the account she gave on Instagram differed from the one she told them.
In this week's newsletter: Stephanie asks an expert about the legitimacy of these giving sprees, and I (Tanya) attempt to draw a line in evolving TikTok ads.
The Mormon Influencer Backlash To "The Real Housewives Of Salt Lake City" Is A Fascinating Peek At A Side Of Them We Rarely See
In this week's newsletter: Influencers in Utah rant and argue about whether the Bravo hit is a "real" representation of their religion, and a nudge to everyone else to once again raise alarm bells about the ongoing pandemic.
This Mom Accidentally Sent Her Toddler To School Picture Day In A Hilariously Inappropriate Joke T-Shirt, And The Photo Is Priceless
"The entire time I was dying laughing because it just fits Emma’s personality and 2020 so well."
“If we push businesses that we support to share their commitment to social responsibility, why can’t we do the same for influencers?”
"Trump, you about to lose yo' job."
"When the Constitution was written in Philadelphia more than 220 years ago, the founding fathers couldn’t imagine that a Black woman would one day help govern this country. "
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Trump Spent His Final "Fox & Friends" Appearance Before The Election Criticizing Everyone, Including Fox News
The president said he would declare himself the winner on Election Day "when there is victory."
In this week's newsletter: Influencers are pushing Christmas up even earlier this year — but it may not be a bad idea, and I (Tanya) party-poop on some fun TikToks because of Third Wave COVID.
From not addressing the Colton Underwood allegations to keeping Tayshia Adams under wraps, the reality show is acting as if its fans live in a vacuum.
"Children's rights must be preserved and protected, including on the internet, which must not be a lawless area."
Yeah, it was weird.
"Can we make this a universal meme for responding to mansplaining."
Fitness Influencer Amanda Kloots, Whose 41-Year-Old Husband Died Of COVID-19, Had A Powerful Response To Trump's Tweet
"Unfortunately not everyone is lucky enough to spend two days in the hospital."
Her new book offers the same toxic advice as her previous work. But in 2020 it feels especially reckless.
“Given everything that has happened this year in our country and given that this election is the most important of our lifetime, I feel that being silent is no longer an option.”
"Bad things can happen, but it's not the end of the world. We get to choose when something negative happens, do we let it destroy us or do we let it make us a stronger person?"