adam richman
He told a friend of mine to kill herself, told another to eat a bag of sh-t, and completely went on the attack, lacking any modicum of class or decorum.
You know that thing where you write a word so many times it starts to lose all meaning? I'm doing that with "selfie" right now.

Nov 22, 2013 at 11:00am | 569 comments

unpopular opinion
It seems innocent enough, but clicking that little “like” button on Instagram hurts women more than you think.
sexual attention
I DO find sexual attention immensely validating, and that plays into everything from the way I dress to my choice of career.
“Nobody wants to see that,” says every insulting commenter ever.
the internet
Saying the word “boyfriend” on my Twitter or Instagram elicits the most heinous responses from men who are fans of my radio-show-having ex.
Most of the time, I post a selfie because I think I look pretty -- today/in this light/in this lipstick/in this outfit.

Mar 5, 2013 at 4:05pm | 218 comments

A Canadian psychologist says that sharing photos of your food on social media may signal a "deeper medical issue." I can't make this stuff up.
the style con
In (dis)honour of Nabokov’s narrator, I’ve dubbed it “Humbert culture” -- society’s steadfast commitment to sexualizing young girls and protecting men who prey on them.
class war
I’m one of those horrible Android users ruining your Instagram forever.
thought catalog
I’ll gladly look at one beach photo. I might even “like” it. But I won’t be as amused if six more follow.
Did you post a picture of you having the best time ever online? Yeah, that's a gloatgram.
Are you on board with posting your outfits online, or do you think that is only for show-offs and bores? Join in: #xostyletrial!
In spite of her antics, Kim Kardashian is still a human being with insecurities who sometimes gets her feelings hurt.
body issues
PLAN B: I'm going to invent a cocktail and call it "ASPIRATIONAL DESPAIR" and get reeeeaaallly drunk on it.
Don't make me feel bad about using Instagram filters.
social media
In the last year or so, I have made a point of posting pictures in which my daughters are doing something other than smiling –- making music, playing soccer –- so the comments say something other than “She’s so beautiful!”
Sometimes I go to events and there are famous people and I take pictures of them. My IRL Instagram would look like more like: my taxes not being done yet and my dog peeing on my bed.

Apr 26, 2013 at 11:00am | 95 comments

Looking at myself objectively, I wondered, “Why do I care so much about how I and everyone else looks online?”

Sep 18, 2013 at 6:00pm | 84 comments

Here are some things I have posted on Instagram so far: the recovery literature stacked up on my nightstand, my daily gratitude list, my bookshelf covered in stuffed animals. I mean, YAWN.
Here’s a trend to take your exhibitionism on Instagram to a new level before Labor Day.