Amalia Walker outright rejects the idea that all villains are created equal – that no matter who you are, once you’re labelled “bad” or “evil”, there is no reason to understand the circumstances behind the label.
Adrian Barnes applauds European humanity when it comes to the treatment of refugees, even as he wipes a tear from his eyes and hums Pat Wilson’s ode to asylum seekers written nearly 15 years ago but still so pertinent today.
Carole Lander attended the recent FGFP (Fair Go For Pensioners) rally in Melbourne, where she encountered Anne Learmonth, a long-time campaigner for human rights and remarkably crafty woman… While you would expect to see a crowd of older citizens at a rally organised by Fair Go for Pensioners Inc. (FGFP), on Wednesday 20 May, a…
If you’ve ever felt like you’re not suffering from enough oppression, Jacob Lynagh suggests you consider race reassignment surgery and take a solid reality check.
Brandon Biddle is applauding Bruce Jenner’s brave decision to come out as transgender at 66…if only the announcement didn’t have to be accompanied by judgement from the gossip rags…
In the second part of her Myanmar series, Scarlett Hawkins tells us the tales of the freedom fighters and their ethically dubious struggle for recognition from an equally dubious government.
After the High Court struck down the ACT same-sex marriage legislation, Mikael Hattingh dug through his own Christian beliefs to find the perfect response.
Jordan King Lacroix fears that unless Australia comes out of the Dark Ages about same-sex marriage, we will fall behind a major global shift in attitudes.