10 Things and a Video I Liked Enough to Show You: 28 May – 3 June 2016

  1. ShelterSafe is a resource that helps Canadian women and children find safety from violence and abuse.
  2. Going viral sounds great, but there's a lot it doesn't do for a person.
  3. Fewer young people are counting themselves as entirely heterosexual or homosexual.
  4. This is one woman's journey to abortion while living in a dangerously anti-choice country.
  5. Taking care of a toxic parent is tricky business.
  6. Facebook changed up its privacy settings again, and, in typical form, they've been pretty sneaky about it.
  7. Google's voice search records and keeps your conversations, but you can delete them.
  8. People say ridiculous things to professionals when they think they know more but don't.
  9. There is an unsearchable source of harassment online, and it's insidious.
  10. "Writing a book from a black perspective is freeing. Seeing it constantly analyzed from a white one is depressing." —Ta-Nehisi Coates, "The Black Journalist and the Racial Mountain"