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This emo cover of ‘Baby Shark’ is the dark bop to brood to in 2019

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The popular children’s song, “Baby Shark,” is undeniably catchy, but it’s still a children’s song, which means that many people over the age of 12 find it too baby-ish to embrace as an anthem.

There have been a decent amount of remixes, including one at Coachella, that have upped the song’s cool factor, but for those still searching for a rendition of “Baby Shark” that speaks to their wise souls, we present, emo “Baby Shark.” 

David Sikabwe, a musician and creator of the YouTube…

This emo cover of ‘Baby Shark’ is the dark bop to brood to in 2019

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The popular children’s song, “Baby Shark,” is undeniably catchy, but it’s still a children’s song, which means that many people over the age of 12 find it too baby-ish to embrace as an anthem.

There have been a decent amount of remixes, including one at Coachella, that have upped the song’s cool factor, but for those still searching for a rendition of “Baby Shark” that speaks to their wise souls, we present, emo “Baby Shark.” 

David Sikabwe, a musician and creator of the YouTube…

Even in the #MeToo era, survivors struggle to get help

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Since the #MeToo movement went viral in 2017, stories about sexual assault and abuse have made regular headlines. Nearly two years later, such traumatic experiences remain ever-present in the media, as new disclosures emerge and dominate our conversations about politics and pop culture. 

The first half of this year alone brought Leaving Neverland, an agonizing documentary featuring two adult men who describe how pop star Michael Jackson sexually abused them as children; a memoir by the…

A seesaw at the border lets children in Mexico and the U.S. play together

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Despite the fact that there is a literal wall between them, children in Mexico and the United States are now able to play with each other.

Ronald Rael and Virginia San Fratello, co-founders of the studio Rael San Fratello, have found a way to connect people across barriers with a simple contraption: a seesaw. 

Early this week, Rael, an architecture professor at the University of California, Berkeley, posted a video of children playing together on seesaws that go through the U.S.-Mexico…

A seesaw at the border lets children in Mexico and the U.S. play together

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Despite the fact that there is a literal wall between them, children in Mexico and the United States are now able to play with each other.

Ronald Rael and Virginia San Fratello, co-founders of the studio Rael San Fratello, have found a way to connect people across barriers with a simple contraption: a seesaw. 

Early this week, Rael, an architecture professor at the University of California, Berkeley, posted a video of children playing together on seesaws that go through the U.S.-Mexico…

Facebook fails to keep Messenger Kids’ safety promise

Facebook’s messaging app for under 13s, Messenger Kids — which launched two years ago pledging a “private” chat space for kids to talk with contacts specifically approved by their parents — has run into an embarrassing safety issue.

The Verge obtained messages sent by Facebook to an unknown number of parents of users of the app informing them the company had found what it couches as “a technical error,” which allowed a friend of a child to create a group chat with them in the…

Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge proves Disneyland is made for childless millennials

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Despite their reputation as the happiest places on earth, Disney theme parks have recently become a lightning rod for profoundly unhappy people airing their opinions on what millennials can and cannot do. 

First came the viral Facebook post from an unhinged mom who railed against childless millennials taking up space at Disney World, in which she accused complete strangers of being pretzel-buying sluts (her words, no joke) who should cede their attendance at the park to parents with…

Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge proves Disneyland is made for childless millennials

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Despite their reputation as the happiest places on earth, Disney theme parks have recently become a lightning rod for profoundly unhappy people airing their opinions on what millennials can and cannot do. 

First came the viral Facebook post from an unhinged mom who railed against childless millennials taking up space at Disney World, in which she accused complete strangers of being pretzel-buying sluts (her words, no joke) who should cede their attendance at the park to parents with…

Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge proves Disneyland is made for childless millennials

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Despite their reputation as the happiest places on earth, Disney theme parks have recently become a lightning rod for profoundly unhappy people airing their opinions on what millennials can and cannot do. 

First came the viral Facebook post from an unhinged mom who railed against childless millennials taking up space at Disney World, in which she accused complete strangers of being pretzel-buying sluts (her words, no joke) who should cede their attendance at the park to parents with…

Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge proves Disneyland is made for childless millennials

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Despite their reputation as the happiest places on earth, Disney theme parks have recently become a lightning rod for profoundly unhappy people airing their opinions on what millennials can and cannot do. 

First came the viral Facebook post from an unhinged mom who railed against childless millennials taking up space at Disney World, in which she accused complete strangers of being pretzel-buying sluts (her words, no joke) who should cede their attendance at the park to parents with…