Lindsay Dodgson is a senior reporter at Insider, based in London. She has been at Insider since 2016. She writes stories about the internet and influencer world, from dramas, to psychological and behavioral explanations, to in-depth investigations about wrongdoing.
She has also been published in The Independent, The Observer, Live Science, The Register, and Thought Catalog.
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— How the YouTube giant behind the 'Kids React' videos fractured under 'toxic workplace' allegations and a resurfaced blackface video last summer
— Inside the OnlyFans reality show where 10 women moved into rapper Blueface's house to find fame, but some say they left with trauma, injuries, and matching tattoos
— Female college athletes from across the US say they've been bullied, manipulated, and psychologically abused by their coaches
— Sexual predators target pro-eating-disorder communities to find young people to groom
— Stories of racist jokes, microaggressions, and tokenism from YouTubers highlight a widespread problem within the influencer industry
— Female former employees say they faced sexism at Fine Brothers Entertainment, the YouTube giant behind the viral 'Kids React' videos
— A former Vlog Squad associate is calling out the culture she witnessed during her time with the YouTube supergroup
— The world's biggest YouTube stars told us they're burning out because of the unrelenting pressure to post new videos
— People use cannabis products for health problems like Parkinson's, epilepsy, and acne — but misinformation and out-of-date regulations are stopping most from benefitting
— There's a dark side of polyamory that nobody talks about
— Some people can feel it on their own bodies when others are touched, hit, or stroked — and researchers are trying to figure out why
— A little-known hallucinogenic drug called DMT takes people to a place that feels 'more real than real' — here's what researchers know about it
— Meet the interabled YouTuber couples teaching viewers that people with disabilities need love, sex, and intimacy like anyone else