Uber's plans to identify drunk passengers could endanger women
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Logan Paul has behaved despicably. But he’s part of a wider trend
How tech’s rampant misogyny was exposed by a tawdry awards ceremony
Five ways Britain wrecks young people’s mental health – and how to stop it
Mario, you crossed into our world at the worst time – it’s no game over here
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What could Facebook target next? Our mental health data
A digital detox sounds good. But using the internet mindfully is better
Facebook’s satellite went up in smoke, but its developing world land grab goes on
Stop 'tat-calling' women: our tattoos aren't for you
Why we need to change the way we think about casual sex
Women should demand pay transparency – here's why
Why gay representation in film and TV would have changed my life
The huge problem with men's silence at the Golden Globes
Why the concept of Blue Monday is so damaging
#MeToo should be about calling out men’s bad behaviour – not assuaging their guilt
What we need to consider when we talk about consent
Pamela Anderson is wrong – victims of sexual assault are never to blame
Yes, there is a positive to take from the recent allegations of sexual harassment
On Louis C.K. and the crumbling idea of the ‘good man’
How men – all men – can be better allies to women
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Carrie Fisher was rare: a famous woman who was truly frank about mental health
Would the internet be a better place without Twitter?
SoundCloud for sale: will Spotify tame the wild west of underground electronic music?
Do BFFs on TV give us unrealistic expectations of friendship?
Jo Cox wasn’t murdered by mental illness - she was murdered by a man with a gun
It's time to stop using mental illness as a political insult
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