Morning, all. Overnight, yet more claims of sexual wrongdoings came to light, we discovered Ivanka’s awkward teen phase, and the latest Star Wars film has a name.
As the hideous narratives of everyday sexual abuses women face continue to emerge, we men need to think on our own actions. We’re all culpable. Our silence is what needs to change, and we all need to get better.
Joseph Holt was a self-appointed General who raised arms against the British, but instead of a cell, he was sent to Australia. Fortunately, his distaste for the empire raised him to folk hero played well on these shores.
While you were unconscious things went very bad indeed. The Fidget Spinner crossed the final frontier, Donald Trump did something, and one Texan stole $1.2 million dollars worth of Fajita.
Good moleman to you. Overnight we saw the rise of the political millennial in Austria, Hillary Clinton absolutely destroy her ex, and the expulsion question shifted ever closer to Woody Allen’s doorstep.
Yesterday, the Archbishop’s grating comments on marriage equality rolled the eyes of a nation. But, as someone who considers themselves religious, I’m tired of being tarred with the same brush.
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.
Gun laws are the sacred cow of the Australian experience, but just because we don’t have the problems that the US does, we’d be foolish to assume that all is well.
At it stands, we have a great fear of allowing our devices more access to parts of our body. However, that’s not cool, as they’re here to worm their way into our hearts. Literally.
The celestial evolution of hate, a fool representing another and Malcolm Roberts’ best barnacle impersonation. #Auspol, you’re not good for me. But I like the way you make me feel.
The more we know about Harvey Weinstein, the more we forget the issue at hand. With the conversation now about those who failed to pan him immediately, let’s not lose our context.
While you were resting those peepers, Lindsay Lohan looked to revive her career, Vladimir Putin stepped ever closer to the big day, and one college student chose lame 90’s nostalgia over everything else.
Beyond the insane headlines and moronic soundbite, sits an even scarier truth. America under Donald Trump isn’t that different to what it was before.
Ugh, my head. While you weren’t present, Tim Cahill revealed our footballing entitlement, Seth Rogen’s mum hunted him on Twitter, and Donald Trump still can’t let the moron thing go. A rose by any other name, right?
As a nation, we seem to have a bit of a Tony Abbott problem. For whatever reason, we just can’t stop listening to him.
Charlie Perkins is a name familiar to many, but his acts lesser so. In fact, the man literally spent his life attempting to push us ever closer to equality. A true icon.
The media response to the government’s facial recognition database is missing one important point. It will merely make the haystack larger, and the needles more difficult to find.
There’s a theme that links all these pieces together. See if you can spot it. Donald Trump continues to stew over the ‘moron’ comment, Harvey Weinstein was terminated and Rick & Morty fans acted their age.
Monday morning. I have no metaphor for your ugliness. By the way, Mike Pence left an NFL game in a huff, the anti-independence movement spoke back in Spain and a marsupial entered a race for people.
Yesterday, the Victorian government increased the rights of those in rental houses. Obviously, we need this in Sydney, but as we’ve long accepted less is more, are we ready for revolution?
Hooley dooley what a week it was. We saw yet more details emerge from Las Vegas, the marriage equality question get more personal, and yet more fire in the booth.