Wall Street’s Fearless Girl statue is generating Internet talk, with one particular artist calling for its removal. I agreed with his comments and was excoriated. Why?
To the mansplainers among you, I address these words. They’re a bit forward, but I’m giving back only a fraction of what I’ve received. Thank you for not typing in response.
The Turnbull and Trump government’s public support of women, while using their power to strip their rights is not ironic, it goes far deeper than that.
I recently swapped my email signature with that of a male coworker, and he soon discovered the rampant sexism we female workers face.
Morn-o! What happened while you were asleep? Well, Trump tabled his new ban, IMDb introduced an all female rating system and robots turned to the alt-Right.
Trump’s surprise win over Clinton is a shock to the system, but it proves how far we truly stand back in righting equality.
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.
An open letter to the boys behind the “Yeah the Boys” Facebook page after their persistent, derogatory, threatening, sexist comments crossed such a line they were thrust into nationwide media coverage.
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.
Julia Gillard’s recent reappearance got me thinking. The louder conversation we women speak in 2016 started with her.
In the time since my last piece, I’ve seen the power of denial and the fear of violence change the man who was assaulted by his partner.
Alison Rapp (formerly of) Nintendo is the latest victim of the army of misogynistic gamers, and enough is enough.
The art of courtship is dead, and I say bravo. Why chart lurid love letters when the eggplant emoji can get to my point faster?
In honour of International Women’s Day, our publisher Alexandra Tselios has shared her favourite inspirational quotes from some fierce women.
Tanya Riches recounts her experience battling veiled sexism in the form of a fellow seminary scholar who refused to cite her work.
Jane Caro believes that the US Presidential election is not a battleground of clashing ideologies, but of gender roles in the new century.
Holly Whitman explains how Saudi women gaining the right to vote could lead to marginalising the power that ISIS exerts over women in the region.
New TBS writer Persephone Fraser enters the discussion, elucidating how the ‘oldest trade’ colours the perception of all women who surround it.
Science has told us what we look for in our partners. But we don’t agree, so we asked our writers what things they seek. And we want to know yours!
Solicitor Ugur Nedim looks deeper into the report that investigates the claims of gender bias within the Australian criminal law system.
Resident male ally Mat Drogemuller offers his tips for men who are interested in feminism, but are unsure where to start.
Victoria Cotman addresses the one of the darker aspects of gender politics – slut shaming on social media.