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The internet loves a chonky boy — unless he's an actual boy, in which case the internet would like him to know about the risks of diabetes, thank you, writes @fdbarthlcsw . Why do we love fat cats and dogs but discriminate against fat people?
Dialogues about coronavirus should not allow the topic of wildlife conservation to provide a smokescreen for prejudice, writes @MyFrogCroaked . As much as I love pangolins, I am concerned to see conservationism building on racist narratives:
The internet loves a chonky boy — unless he's an actual boy, writes @fdbarthlcsw . Why do we love fat cats and dogs but discriminate against fat people?
If Democrats want to stand a chance against Trump, they should take @Andrew YangVFA seriously. And perhaps literally, wri @feministabulouses . Yang is resonating in particular with men who feel forgotten by society. The author joi @SRuhleed to explain why:
@BTS_twt @soyrevBTS ’s 2015 EP played a crucial role in their rise to fame, explains . @soyrev Indeed, the band's popularity is the result of three key elements that combined to create a perfectly balanced formula for the American market. Watch how here:
Even if you’re not a K-pop fan, you’ve probably heard of @BTS_twt . But how did the boy band from South Korea get so big in English speaking countries? Watch@soyrev discuss the factors behind their success for @NBCNewsTHINK :
What happens when one co-equal branch of government is delegitimized by another, asks @glennkirschner2 . Given Trump’s recent actions, it feels like we are indeed in the midst of a slow-moving, intra-governmental takeover:
Jeffrey Epstein's deal with federal prosectors wasn't normal. The men who arranged it need to face the music, say and Berit Berger: