As it stands, a third of domestic violence victims are men. However, a conversation around that topic has been limited. Why?
According to official statistics, the instances of alcohol-related assault is actually down this holiday period. Good job, guys.
This week, the Bunnings sausage fiasco made it all the way to Parliament House. Why are we not discussing violence against women instead?
In this month alone, eight women have met their end. In the majority of cases, they knew the aggressor. There has been very little national discussion about it. Why?
The term ‘trigger warning’ has met societal pushback. To many, it indicates millennial weakness. This is certainly not the case.
The Fourth of July is a day we Americans group to celebrate with gunpowder. But I wonder what we’re celebrating. Perhaps a denial of the truth.
Back in November, comedian Matt Okine travelled to PNG to see the meaningful progress being made to combat the horrific culture of violence against women.
Morning. Overnight, we’ve had another casualty in the Trump administration, a powerful anti-gun demonstration in Washington and Shia Labeouf tell all.
As domestic violence is a complex issue, the full discussion is often not heard. One local organisation is quietly helping the male victims of the national crisis, and I endeavoured to meet them.
In a long-overdue move, apprehended domestic violence orders are now enforceable nationwide, allowing the victims of DV the freedom of escape.
Another week, another questionable set of choices. This week Harvey Weinstein became a verb, friends became past tense, and Tim Cahill (almost) became a a pariah. Almost.
The sound emanating from the town of Twin Peaks is abject criticism. So much so, that it has me wondering if the critics themselves have actually watched it.
According to studies, an increase in testosterone and metabolic “fight or flight” changes indicate a possible link between violent crime and rising temperatures.
Morn-o! What happened while you were asleep? Terrible things. Trump spoke the tongue of logic, violence hurt many people and Patti Smith flubbed her lines.
Morn-o! What happened while you were asleep? There was yet more violence at an American uni, hipsters brought back scurvy, and the world’s most disappointing tree was erected, with size the biggest issue.
Citizens unite under name “Soldiers of Odin” in response to under resourced police failing to protect their streets. Threat of gang violence steps closer.
Sex on screen used to be so scarce that viewers would tune in to just about anything to skim some skin. But with the novelty-factor worn off, perhaps plot and character development is our new raunch.
The week that was saw the Brexit bomb, Australia pained by shootings, Scott Ludlam take leave to address mental health and Steven Seagal given Russian citizenship from ol’ buddy Vlad.
Long-running TV series South Park has a complicated relationship with religion. But the insane ramblings of the show belies something far deeper.
The town of Bourke was crushed under crime and unemployment, that was until the local police decided to solely treat the causes of crime.
Since the initial explosion in New York, the Internet has gone crazy with speculation. Looking beyond that, here’s what we know. Just the facts, Jack.
Islamic State targeted Australia yesterday, yet, scarily, for many of us whose youth is linked to the violence of 9/11, the effect of these words don’t reach us.