Throughout the entire Sarah Hanson-Young discussion, two voices were missing. Mr Turnbull, Mr Shorten, your silence against women was noted.
This week, Malcolm Turnbull railed against an ALP attack that claimed his tax breaks will help himself, claiming that he earned everything he has. History points the opposite to be true.
The press gallery has hit back at those who claimed they covered up the Barnaby Joyce story. I’m sorry, but what else are you going to call it?
The recent push to relax the church’s standing on celibacy in order to remove child sexual abuses suffers from ignorance on the most basic level.
The Turnbull government has decided that punishing the victims of sexual abuses is more important than punishing those who perpetrated the acts.
After the PNG police stormed Manus, it is now our responsibility to question the government on what their real endgame is. Dutton washing his hands will not do.
After reading a piece on our national identity, I was struck by the galling fact that I, an Australian woman, had no place in it.
The latest dual citizenship bungle revealed something vicious. Instead of fronting the High Court, the Coalition decided to cheapen the horror of the Holocaust.
Despite the earnest push toward outing sexual harassment in this country, it seems that there is one vocation that remains safe. Why?
In the wake of the High Court’s decision, I thought I’d bust myth the anti-marriage equality crowd cling to. The idea of tradition is not automatically a positive, even if it’s been legitimised by repetition.
As far as I see it, the counter argument to marriage equality seems to be powered by the insistence that equality won’t be given, because you didn’t ask nicely.
With the Catholic Church reserving the right to fire any staff that enters a same-sex marriage, it’s worth point out that freedom of faith, and freedom to discriminate on the tenets of that faith are two very separate entities.
In such a highly scrutinised case as George Pell’s, it behoves supporters and critics alike to support the systems in place, instead of administering our own justice.
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.
Led by Vice President Mike Pence, the Trump administration’s definition of a healthy marriage is a little odd and very, very regressive.
Last week’s 18C issue had a rather galling postscript, with the Libs confirming that the push was an attempt to grease the wheels of One Nation voters.
The passing of Bill Leak was met with extreme irony over on Twitter, as the memory of the man who espoused free speech was defended by those who didn’t want to hear the ‘truth’.
Recent legislation quietly passed through the Senate last week that will allow the government to release the private information of citizens they believe to be misleading the public. Proof, is not necessary.