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Author ignites controversy by stalking negative Goodreads reviewer

How an online game of cat-and-mouse spilled into real life.

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How I grew up and stopped trolling

Becoming an adult made me realize the real-world impacts of trolling. 

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In defense of Nickelback

Contrary to popular belief, hating a band you know everyone else dislikes doesn’t make you cool.

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Stephen Tully Dierks, Tao Lin, and the alt lit scene’s rape problem

Within a young publishing clique, patterns of abuse have emerged.  

On by Miles Klee

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I’m one of the writers requesting their work be removed from Thought Catalog

Trolls don’t go away. They just get bigger.

On by S.E. Smith

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The 11 dumbest things people actually said about Ferguson

There’s putting your foot in your mouth, and then there’s kicking yourself in the face.

On by Miles Klee

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The trouble with Thought Catalog

Why would Thought Catalog publish hate speech? There’s an easy answer.

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Peterbd and me: How I befriended an anonymous alt lit superstar

“i feel like i can trust you,” said Peterbd, the anonymous Internet entity. “i can tell we’re gonna be good friends.”

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Do we need a new word for ‘viral?’

Do these pieces of our culture truly encapsulate what virality once stood for?

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The idea of female privilege isn’t just wrong—it’s dangerous

It is not a privilege to live in constant fear of rape and death.

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How can Thought Catalog get away with selling Reddit threads?

Redditors don’t know they’re published, but do they care?

On by Kevin Collier

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The Hater: Don’t everybody black out at once

Five websites that should have gone dark today, but didn’t, from Thought Catalog to Klout and worse.

On by Jordan Valinsky

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