Throw on your suavest Christmas sweater, and prepare to cringe through some of the most questionable grand “romantic” gestures of the pre-#MeToo era.
This seventies-inspired slasher flick is an original, sleazily entertaining collision of sex and violence.
What is it about Legally Blonde that has audiences twenty years after its 2001 premier? The volume of endlessly quotable one-liners? Elle’s iconic pink-on-pink outfit artistry? Or maybe, it’s because this seemingly bubbly rom-com actually comprises subversive social commentary, feminist ideals, and celebration of women’s value to the legal profession and society itself.
Are Scott Morrison and Peter Dutton the true victims of Australia’s rape culture?
I’m not an immunologist. But 100,000 cases a day does seem high.
A headache inducing web of hyperbolic outrage and gaslighting culminated early this month with Defence Minister Peter Dutton appearing to suggest that due to his contribution to preventing sexual assault from occurring throughout his service with the AFP, the label of “rape apologist” was particularly hurtful top him personally.
Do you consider your pet “part of the family?” If so you you’ll either entirely relate to Lamb’s doomed protagonists, or leave the cinema a little, well, sheepish.
Conspicuously missing from the reforms is the introduction of a positive duty of employers to prevent sexual harassment.
Riley is twenty-two years old, from Florida, and has the typical beach girl tan, blond hair, and Summer body all year round. She is a freelance writer and personal trainer. She is also an unashamed Donald Trump supporter.
The artist Eminem means a lot of different things to a lot of different people. But should the artist’s legacy gloss over repeated instances of homophobia in his rhymes?
While a powerfully emotive reflection on hideous white violence, the film falls short of Get Out’s brilliance.
Children develop negative attitudes toward overweight people before reaching Kindergarten. But are we really surprised?
“The ‘Nice Guy’ believes that because he does the bare minimum of being a decent human being that he is entitled to a woman’s heart, attention and body.”
So what the hell were they thinking? Do these people truly believe in their muddled message? Or are they merely self-centred attention seekers?
While there’s nothing so wholesome as seeing on-screen besties hanging out for-reals, it turns out that when it comes to masking total disdain, some of our favourite stars are far better actors than we thought.
I consider a single woman in her thirties, who has problems with her weight and career as pretty much universally relatable (I wonder why?)
Feminism has come a long way, but I can’t help but wonder if it’s come at the expense of shaming ‘feminine’ culture, and cemented our little boys even further in a rigid box of gender expression.
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They’re a threat to our Australian way of life. And they’re right under our noses.
Riley is twenty-two years old, from Florida, and has the typical beach girl tan, blond hair, and Summer body. She is a freelance writer and personal trainer; a job she loves because it allows her to help people achieve their goals. She is also an unashamed Donald Trump supporter.
Like many white Australian girls from the suburbs, I’ve idolised Eminem since the age of eleven. But god, he makes it hard sometimes.
If you think that nah, ANZAC day is not that fucked then honour the day however is meaningful for you. But try not to flip your shit and condemn people with a different opinion to yourself.
I’m an unlikely person to review MAFS. I’m a 62-year-old man who usually has a disdain for any of the reality programs, and my guess is that MAFS is as close to the bottom of the barrel as it gets.
Grown adults monetising young children without consent or consideration for their wellbeing is creepy at the best of times. But when the story involves a child in trauma, it reaches a whole new level of wrong.
When governments engage in greenwashing they’re doing more than overselling consumers about the merits of a product or brand. They’re overselling us on how optimistic we should feel about the planet’s future.
What options are we left with when protests and community action that means something to us falls within work hours?
The conversation, barely comprehensible to begin with, had entered dark and confusing territory and I suddenly felt dirty for having listened to it while black Australians were protesting the racist system that was killing their friends and relatives.
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