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On November 21, Tampax posted multiple tweets that many social media users considered cringe and upsetting. After five days, the company deleted the two publications and issued a public apology to their audience.

The tweets from that Monday read, "You're in their DMs. We're in them. We are not the same."

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Happy Hump Day — Andrew from Narcity here. ☕

Off The Top: Two years after being barred from Twitter in the wake of the, uh, shenanigans on January 6, 2021 in Washington, former President Donald Trump was welcomed back to the platform by Elon Musk this week. However, Trump actually hasn't posted on Twitter since Musk rolled out the blue carpet — kind of like the writhing dread of waiting to see if your creepy, reclusive uncle actually shows up to Christmas dinner.

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The tampon company, Tampax, has a reputation for posting rather interesting tweets to their timeline. A recent one that was published on November 21 left Twitter users with a divided response...and the business doubled down on it.

The tweet reads, "you're in their DMs. We're in them. We are not the same."

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Donald Trump's account has been reactivated on Twitter this weekend, thanks to Elon Musk.

On November 18, Musk put out a poll on Twitter asking users if he should reinstate the former U.S. president, and over 15 million people voted, with 51.8% voting yes and a respective 48.2% voting no.

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Alors qu'Elon Musk a réactivé le compte Twitter de Donald Trump, ce 19 novembre, Éric Duhaime, le chef du parti conservateur du Québec a réagi à cette nouvelle et ça n'a pas fait l'affaire de tous. Nombreux.euses sont les Québé a avoir commenté le tweet de Duhaime.

« Le compte Twitter de Donald Trump a été réactivé. C’est une excellente nouvelle pour la liberté d’expression. La censure n’est jamais la bonne sanction contre nos adversaires idéologiques. La culture de l’annulation est insensée et dangereuse. [...] La démocratie, ce n’est pas juste le droit de voter une fois aux quatre ans. C’est aussi la capacité de débattre et exprimer des opinions contraires sur la place publique », a-t-il déclaré.

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