It’s an industry that’s cruel and corrupt, but is it possible to end the live export trade? Continue reading Is a future without live export possible?
The Black Lives Matter movement has fuelled aspects of healthy change in our society; however, does it warrant the panicked erasing of some of our favourite movies and shows? Continue reading Retrospective censorship of our films and television shows: why it’s dumb
With sickening consent blunders overshadowing its trademark cringe-worthy comedy, Netflix’s new, ‘The Wrong Missy’ makes all the wrong choices. Continue reading The wrong move: Netflix’s latest Happy Madison flick swaps crude humour for rape culture
Over the past decade, Marvel Studios has delivered iconic movies and become a cultural phenomenon worldwide. Continue reading Women like Marvel too: The fight for an all-female Marvel production
Australia wore an Indigenous jersey for the first time in a Rugby World Cup when they faced Uruguay in Japan on October 5 at Oita Stadium. Continue reading Wallabies wear Indigenous jersey for first time in Rugby World Cup match
This year is the 25th Anniversary of Friends, which means that everything else happening right now is a moo point. Continue reading “I’ll Be There For You”: Friends continues to charm audiences 25 years after it first airs
I hate to break it to you, but your generous donation is unlikely to be reaching the hands of those who are doing it tough. Continue reading The truth behind your generosity
Picture this: You’re homeless, but only at night. Continue reading I’m homeless, but I drive a Prius
Ben Simmons is more than entitled to never come back to Australia considering the way we, the Australian media, have treated him. Continue reading Leave Ben Simmons alone, jeez
The term “populism” is fraught with ambiguity and is often described as meaningless and overused. Continue reading Trump, Boris and Populism: Is society getting better or worse?