The best signs from the March For Our Lives that prove teens are smarter than any politician
‘Regulations for dress code are tighter than gun regulations in schools’
Hundreds of thousands of people around the world are speaking out against gun violence in the March For Our Lives today. In huge protests from city to city, people are saying “no more” to school shootings after a gunman claimed 17 lives at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida.
In Washington, DC, shooting survivor David Hogg told the crowd: “When politicians say your voice doesn’t matter because the NRA owns them, we say ‘no more’. When politicians send us thoughts and prayers with no action, we say ‘no more’… We will come together, we will get rid of these public servants that only serve the gun lobby. We will save lives. You are those heroes.”
Marching with him were young people across America – in New York, Philadelphia, Atlanta, Boston and more. Check out their amazing signs from the day:
Aziz Ansari talks about the sexual misconduct allegations against him for the first time
‘I hope I’ve become a better person’
In a gig on Monday night, Aziz Ansari talked for the first time about the allegations of sexual misconduct made against him last year. During a massively oversubscribed gig at Village Underground in New York, Ansari said he hopes he has "become a better person." Vulture first reported the comments. The site said Ansari led…
Instagram now tells people when you screenshot, so just throw away your whole damn phone
Who thought this was a good idea!?
by Caroline Phinney
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People are slamming Bumble for an ‘abusive’ ad campaign involving painting endangered elephants
“No one should even consider climbing on an elephant’s back”
by Nian Hu
Bumble recently launched in India and celebrated with a launch party at City Palace in Jaipur. Instagram posts and stories reveal that the CEO Whiteny Wolfe Herd and various celebrities were in attendance. Several photos of the event show elephants being ridden with the Bumble logo painted on their faces. According to PETA Executive Vice…