George Pell, Harvey Weinstein, Michael Jackson. We remember the names of those who sicken us, but we give the institutions that enabled them a free pass. Why?
While parliament has agreed to the royal commission into the abuse of the disabled, we still do not have a date. We do, however, know what we require from it.
Reading today’s headlines has pushed me to write this. Addiction is much more than what we use, it’s the world that swirls around it.
The father of the man charged with murdering Eurydice Dixon has taken to the media to decry the amount of abuse he’s suffered. Is he allowed our empathy?
For many migrants, a relationship is not just their reason for leaving their home, it is the sole legal tether to their new one.
I, like many men, have felt unfairly targeted and thought #NotAllMen. However, now that I’ve learned the meaning behind the rhetoric, guys, we need to have a chat.
Rolf Harris is not the only one in the spotlight in his trial. Those who give evidence against him suffer their own shame, primarily from the collected media who want to know “why?”
Sometimes the animals we bring into our lives are not for us. However, there are some who take advantage of the pets we give away to a “good home”.
Coppercab, made famous by the video “Gingers have souls”, has come out as transgender via a YouTube clip. The internet has since responded. Dearie me.
Despite the Turnbull Government vowing quick action, we must confront the risk of complacency to force change to the culture of juvenile detention.
Top o’ morn! What happened while you were asleep? Well, the Normandy attack ended with IS, more claims of abuse were made, and Han Solo goes to court.
Inspired by the NSW Government, JKL is turning our city into a comedy show for the Biennale, but don’t laugh. It’s not funny – Jordan King-Lacroix
Bianca Farmakis is back to analyse the hyperbole used by Kanye West in his Twitter spat with Wiz Khalifa, and as she claims, Ye has changed the game.
Ingeborg van Teeseling recounts the personal story of a friend and his battle to be taken seriously as a victim of sexual abuse, and the path his story put her on to learn more about male victims of abuse.
How do you defeat an internet troll? Well according to one Facebook user, through cynicism and extreme persistence.
Online abuse, or trolling, may now be punished under existing legislation, as a Sydney resident found out, and Ugur Nedim explains.
A writer has bravely shared her story of domestic violence at the hands of her husband; “Shelley” also proudly looks at the future change in this country.
As the struggle for Kobane on the Syrian/Turkey border rages, with potential fearful consequences for the Kurds who live there, Michael Burrill fears we are playing into the hands of IS…