April Davis joins the outrage sparked by the brutal stabbing of 17-year old Canterbury Secondary College student Masa Vukotic on Tuesday night.
No longer the sex festival it once was, as Valentines Day soars towards us on the wings of Cupid, April Davis asks the obvious question – “What is love?”
April Davis would prefer to toss a few of the more pervasive Aussie stereotypes in the bin rather than on the barbie, although she does like the one about the drop bears…
It’s a hectic time of year to be a retail shopper, but April Davis would like a little Christmas cheer sent to those such as herself working in Christmas retail.
April Davis has one thing on her mind for the holidays…sex…and statistics say she’s not the only one wanting to feel a little more connected at Christmas.
Change.org have started a petition slamming Victoria’s Secret for a less-than-perfect marketing campaign, but April Davis is wondering if it’s not as harmful as it appears.
April Davis is tired of telemarketing calls clashing with her tea time and she’s wondering if there’s a permanent solution to stop the scammers.
Nineteen Eighty-Four left a lasting impression on April Davis, and is a book by her bedside that she feels should be by everyone else’s as a testament to how eerily futurist it is.
With Emma Watson’s #HeForShe campaign now so popular that even the TSwift is lending her support, April Davis wonders what this actually means for the future of women’s rights.
With the use of synthetics like “Wizard” on the rise, April Davis doesn’t believe the government is taking seriously enough the damage these new party drugs are doing.
The digital space has again spewed out a torrent of online hate at its latest recipient, Emma Watson. April Davis is sick of cowardly responses to brave deeds and words.
Now that the terrorism threat to Australia is at an all-time high according to the government, April Davis is wondering if it’s worth our while to be more alarmed.
Google Glass has become a symbol for the exciting possibilities of technology – April Davis asks if the potential security and social issues outweigh the benefits?
Better education strategies are needed to combat the ice epidemic in Australia instead of negative commentary, writes April Davis.