Over the weekend, Henry Cavill became the latest notable that missed the point of #MeToo. So yes, we’re here again.
Throughout the entire Sarah Hanson-Young discussion, two voices were missing. Mr Turnbull, Mr Shorten, your silence against women was noted.
Last night, a straight white male was charged with vandalising the Eurydice Dixon’s memorial. As a straight white male myself, I feel the need to comment. To set things straight.
Despite our greater awareness, it seems that our breeding still holds true, and the most dominating, tall men are still favoured.
A palaeontologist that made crucial discoveries, and a composer of true merit. Sadly, these women were lost to history. No longer.
The difference between male and female fans you see during a World Cup broadcast come in two very obvious, very types.
While what happened to Eurydice Dixon has shocked the nation, this an everyday reality we women face. So don’t ask us to “be safe”.
A new art installation in Melbourne is forcing the Indonesian government to confront something they’ve long kept quiet.
With the claims against Morgan Freeman and the subsequent internet pushback, I contend that we should not use our warm assumptions to blanket him from blame.
According to one study, the brain patterns of transgender teens are closer to those brains of who they identify as.
A recent petition is being circulated to stop Clem Ford from talking at a Lifeline event due to her “kill all men” rhetoric. It wants me to sign. Should I?
Let me make this clear, women don’t send invitations for objectification. I think it’s time we recognise exactly what we’re aiming at each other.
Jessica Jones has truly entered the zeitgeist, and while she’s an important female figure, men can learn from her too.
The gap in work wage and performance at school still sadly stands. In fact, our moves up to this point have been focusing on the wrong people. Time to shift our focus.
Despite our period’s push to education, it seems we’re stuck on an old societal pivot. Bloody gore is fine, as long as it doesn’t come from a woman.
The modern discourse is in trouble. Instead of protest bringing change, I’ve found that it’s quickly just become a way to hear oneself talk, and facts be damned.
This International Women’s Day, we’re looking at the achievements of our pioneering Australian female politicians. Leave your party politics at the door.
I feel the reason why we women don’t really see change is that we’re trying to convince the wrong people. Today, I feel we need to do something bold, but necessary.
While her outburst was deplorable, it seems that Cash might have been on the money. A true cultural change is in order.
With the Weinstein Company filing for bankruptcy, I say it’s time for #MeToo to evolve and move to those who saw something and said nothing.
Presumably consensual fumblings in a public forum might seem banal. The celebrity, no matter his fame, was equipped with a power differential to leverage. Which he did. I complied, until I didn’t.