Black Friday fever hit the globe this weekend and Australia wasn’t immune. But is Christmas shopping madness really such a terrible thing?
The extra affairs of our politicians seems to pull our focus. In the case of Trump, I saw it’s time we stop feeding him.
We all collectively lost the plot when Jacinda Ardern announced that she’d be having a baby in office. However, we should focus on the normalisation of her situation, as it should apply to all of us.
Eyeless in Gaza is a rare piece of objective journalism in a difficult time, one where facts are twisted to suit the narrative.
Much has been said about Kendall Jenner’s revolutionary Pepsi ad, however, I have a slew of questions that need answers, so I’m writing to Pepsi to find out.
My relationship with reality television is a deep and confusing one. Yes, it’s toxic, and yes, my house is an ambitious mess, but the possibility of it working keeps me going back.
What’s always puzzled me is how feminism became a dirty word, not amongst men, but amongst women.
Keen to spend the Christmas holidays back home with the fam? Yeah, neither. To those seeking ways to dodge the Spanish Inquisition from relos you forgot about, here’s some sage advice: lie.
Outrage has become the most valuable commodity of 2016, but for 2017, I say we forgo outrage as the default, and let go.
The election of Donald Trump as the 45th POTUSA has stemmed from our own apathy over what is undoubtedly an untenable situation. While some say to just ride it out, some say it’s time to get angry.
A locally published op-ed attacking Hillary Clinton is nothing new, as ignoring the truth is a worldwide condition. But on the cusp of this historic election, a greater importance must be placed upon getting our facts straight.
Donald Trump has become more popular than porn, according to Google, and sex may be the issue that finally kills him. So how did we get this far?
The pill has granted freedom to generations of women, but the normalisation of pain and the risk of depression as side-effects demand a rethink.
Once again the issue of cultural appropriation has raised its head, but I contend for my generation there is a difference been appropriation and appreciation.
Lena Dunham’s comments and subsequent apology regarding Odell Beckham Jr has exposed a modern-day phenomenon – third party outrage.
Nadia Murad, an escaped captive of IS is on our shores to speak with Malcolm Turnbull; but it is the crimes that she has faced that should be the lasting lesson.
The differing responses to the Tony Jones and Stephen Colbert incidents has me wanting to take the keyboards away from the outrage police.
As it turned out a girl’s school didn’t actually ban the term “girls”, but I feel they’ve missed out on doing something important.
On Monday’s QandA, Steve Price demonstrated how dangerously out of touch his views on violence against women are. Is it time we stop giving airtime to these opinions?
Julia Gillard’s recent reappearance got me thinking. The louder conversation we women speak in 2016 started with her.
In an international political climate rife with backward opinions, those regarding Taiwan’s female President Tsai Ing-wen rise above the rest.
An LBD on breakfast television. Scandal. Fashion should be about empowerment, not an avenue for vast sexism. Wake up to yourself, LA.