Staying Silent Sucks: 4 Ways Your Brand Can Get Political

Should your brand share its political leanings with the world? If your company wants to take a stance, there are effective ways to share your message and participate in discussions without alienating your audience. The Pepsi/Kendall Jenner “protest” ad is a great example of a political message gone wrong. On the other hand, Melville House, … 

 

Why .SUCKS Has a No Cyberbullying Policy

.SUCKS believes that OnlineBullying.Sucks, full stop. While we’re the first to promote online debate, and believe constructive criticism and disagreement are important parts of life, we feel the internet should be free of bullying and intimidation tactics. We have a zero tolerance policy for abuse and cyberbullying—because we all agree that CyberBullying.Sucks. Users are responsible … 

 

The Future Doesn’t Have to Suck: How .SUCKS Domains Can Help You Fight Racism

Discrimination in the workplace, lack of representation in media, abuse and violence in public spaces—racism takes many forms. While we watch in disbelief as U.S. President Trump’s policies and statements target and victimize people of color (POC), we may start to feel hopeless as a species. But rather than lament the state of affairs, it’s … 

 

Trump This: The Alt-Right Fight

Whenever we think Donald Trump can’t possibly “trump” his latest move as president, he somehow manages to surprise us. From Trump’s ineptitude with foreign policy to his questionable relationship with the Twittersphere, Trump-related catastrophes and blunders are a dime a dozen—so we’ve put together an ongoing series briefing you on the latest and (not-so-)greatest moves … 

 

How Parents Can Help Tackle Cyberbullying

Kids are vulnerable online. We’ve seen it in online marketing designed to sell kids products that may be bad for them, and in potential predators creating fake social media accounts to entice children to accept their friend requests. But one of the most toxic issues online is cyberbullying, which half of adolescents and teens will …