If you ever need to convince or argue about problems growing from the nexus of tech culture, onlineness, feminism, and politics, this is basically the article of the decade. It starts with a good summary of the mid-2010's Web culture situation for anyone not in the know (thinking of your friends and family rather than GT!) and then gives a clear-eyed and direct list of how we fucked up, why we’re here, and what needs to happen to fix it. Also, shoutout to Rooo, who’s probably been the most adamant about ensuring that this drum stays beaten loud. Enjoy.