If you noticed over the past few years that people's online manners have largely disappeared, you certainly aren't alone.
For days I've watched people complain about the "inappropriate nature" of the Super Bowl halftime show. Their complaints don't earn much sympathy from some.
The military is looking into ok symbols made by cadets and midshipmen during ESPN coverage of the Army-Navy game to determine what the symbols really meant.
Late-night talk show host James Corden took issue with comments from host Bill Maher on the need to 'bring back' fat-shaming.
WordPress's announcement that it purchased Tumblr resurrected a debate over inappropriate content — porn — that had previously been banned on the platform.
It's probably a bad sign, but I seem to be getting less surprised by the levels of social media rudeness I see on a daily basis.
Are you offended by public profanity? If so, there's a good chance you've been offended more and more of the time lately.
I recently chose to disconnect from a figure in the Progressive Christianity movement over something that may seem minor: profanity.
The children's series 'Sesame Street' is at the center of controversy again, this time over an alleged Grover F-bomb some claim they heard.
New words are constantly being added to the dictionary, but some of the latest additions might just shock your sensibilities.
A reference to academic achievement on a graduation party cake caused an awkward moment when it ended up being censored.
Are we supposed to believe that some Christians require profanity as part of the discussion or else they can't communicate with each other? Some podcasts might make you think so.
A revised set of Facebook Community Standards reveals specific things the social media giant doesn't want you doing on its service.