Over the weekend, Henry Cavill became the latest notable that missed the point of #MeToo. So yes, we’re here again.
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”.
The internet claimed a rare victory in re-instating Brooklyn Nine-Nine. Why it might be derided as a petty matter, there’s a case to be made that it is anything but.
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?
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.
As the Hollywood aphorism goes, you’re only as good as your last thing. And since Ashton Kutcher has done the world some good, I believe we should remember him over Robert DeNiro.
The instances of everyday sexism seem to have grown since the election of “you know who”, but his views have just magnified an existing issue.
The Big Smoke may be in the minority with our love of Amy Schumer’s biting comedic stylings. After 200 people walked out on her this week, Jess Scully asks, were they wrong to?
2016 has brutally claimed many a victim, none more so than Pepe the meme frog. Goodnight, my sweet prince.
The ceaseless criticism of our Olympic athletes is off the mark, and daresay it, rather un-Australian indeed. So, while you click your tongues, I’ll wave the flag.
The memory of a homeless man freezing in the morning cold goosed my decision to lose my locks for charity, so this Friday, I’m going the full Sinead.
With actor Kit Harrington speaking out against sexism (that is, sexism against himself), you forget the industry you work in, Jon Snow.
Sport has always been treated as the one true religion in Australia, so how should punters react when a player decides to forgo Sunday footy for his faith?
How much do I love thee? Well, guys, better just show me, because art for love’s sake can be a terrible idea if it’s bad.
Game of Thrones’ Season Six is upon us, and goddamn it, I have some questions.
Why the shade fest against Waleed Aly and Lee Lin Chin? Is it because the 2016 Logies might actually mean something? Is that the problem?