Michael Wilson’s peerless salute to those who made it (and those who didn’t) deserves to be consumed in one sitting, and plays best with wine and tissues handy.
Tumblr’s blanket ban on adult material has been truly felt in the sexual subcultures that proudly used it for exposure.
For some, the Mardi Gras has lost its way. No longer is it a means of demonstration, it is a commercialised event. We spoke to a group that wants to bring it back to its radical roots.
Despite us being a secular country, our religious PM is set to enable a raft of discriminatory laws last seen in the fires of the marriage equality debate.
I was fortunate enough to be stuck in the same airport terminal with Germaine Greer. So we got to talking, about rape, about gender and about giving up.
Despite what we might think, marriage inequality still permeates our society. A list of “gay-friendly” doctors I found is evidence of this.
As someone who is open to discussing sex, I’ve often been approached on the assumption that I have a casual attitude toward it.
My daughter’s generation may believe they’ve made great progress regarding sex, but the truth is that they’re fighting the same problems I did.
The countrywide push for diversity is upon is. However, it is not always a benefit, and that is bleedingly obvious in the ad space. We should operate on merit, not quota.
Some in the world of glitter pop culture are attempting to take back on control of something inherently problematic. Themselves.
While the vote may be complete, the fight is certainly not over, and those who fought for equal rights must continue to do so, and be praised for that fact. My headmaster is one of those people.
It’s finally over. While those who supported marriage equality are now basking in victory, I feel that we should not forget the brutality that got us here.
The hideous culture that women face is many things, but it should not minimise out own value. In fact, here’s four very good counterpoints you should not forget.
As the postal plebiscite is being shuttled to letterboxes around the country to define who I can marry, I thought I’d take this opportunity to not let a label define me. I’m a person, just like you. So here I am.
According to science, those who marry the smarter among us can stave off dementia. However for my own sexual thirst, driven from intelligence, marriage doesn’t have to enter into it…
Yesterday, the government rebadged Safe Schools, the key issue now being “tolerance”. Unfortunately, there’s an astronomical difference between “tolerance” and “acceptance”.
“Gay panic” was a legal defence where “unwanted gay advances” were successfully argued to reduce murder charges to manslaughter. As of this week in Queensland: no more.
It’s a tale as old as time, however, the much-lauded “gay moment” in Beauty and the Beast might not honour the writer of the original.
Sappho has many labels: the muse of thousand poets, the godmother of feminism, the pioneer of sexual freedom. But who was she?
Scientists in Texas (yes, really) have discovered that Country Music has regressed into smutty sexist platitude rapidly since 1990. We don’t blame you, Shania.
As it turned out a girl’s school didn’t actually ban the term “girls”, but I feel they’ve missed out on doing something important.
We sent Kate Turner into the depths of Pornhub’s year in review to ascertain as a nation what cranks our collective hills-hoist.