The instances of everyday sexism seem to have grown since the election of “you know who”, but his views have just magnified an existing issue.
His ongoing to and fro with marriage equality has seen PM Malcolm Turnbull banned from 2017’s Mardi Gras, a move set to cause more division.
By 2031, one in three people in NSW will be aged fifty or over. I feel it’s time to re-examine our thoughts on what ageing means on a community level, to better secure our futures.
Are politicians, media and the population at large able to work together to better control Australia’s “Muslim” stereotype?
A recent investigation into the AFP has turned up numerous instances of bullying and sexual harassment. However, the AFP claim they have it under control.
With Labor set to reject the same-sex marriage plebiscite, and the Coalition set to remove the possibility of a vote if they do; what have we learnt?
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 cruel new world of the past twelve months has loosened the tongues of my circle, which is confronting, and raises the question, can you be friends with a racist?
The plan to enact the scholarship program for an LGBT student works on paper, but if it was available to me at 15, I would have rejected it.
As robot technology becomes more lifelike they are sure to move into the bedroom, but with great power comes great responsibility…
The process of achieving true gender equality feels like it’s going at snail’s pace, but in these troubling times, a fifty-fifty ratio is urgently needed to bring greater political and economic stability to the world.
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?
Mike Baird’s ban on greyhound racing will be divisive, but after I met Bernie, a victim of the industry, my mind was made up.
The upcoming plebiscite on same-sex marriage will decide my future, and, as the day drags closer, all I feel is fear, apathy and disassociation.
Julia Gillard’s recent reappearance got me thinking. The louder conversation we women speak in 2016 started with her.
After Bill Shorten hinted at Indigenous recognition on Monday night’s Q&A, I thought I should voice the realities I have witnessed since moving to Darwin.
Feminism still a contentious political issue, with many not associating with the term. In our quest to be equal, have we sought to become the same?
In part two of our Brexit segment, the conversation in Jacqueline’s multicultural suburb is coloured by a lack of clear information, racism, and a fear of the worst.
With actor Kit Harrington speaking out against sexism (that is, sexism against himself), you forget the industry you work in, Jon Snow.
Witnessing the weekend’s clash between the anti-racism and anti-Islam protestors, I truly couldn’t tell the difference between the two.
Yesterday we saw both sides of the national response to racism. History shows that we don’t fear certain people, we fear everyone.
After witnessing domestic violence against a man, and the limp reaction to it, I found that my definition of DV is biased, and archaic.