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Who could hate Gillette's campaign for positive masculinity? Men could
Opinion
Gender

Who could hate Gillette's campaign for positive masculinity? Men could

How are MRAs upset by the idea that men can be good?

  • by Clementine Ford

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The latest episode of Black Mirror contains an important life lesson
Opinion
Wellbeing

The latest episode of Black Mirror contains an important life lesson

We are all living our own Bandersnatch adventures.

  • by Kerri Sackville
We need to stop pretending the gig economy is good for working mothers
Women at work

We need to stop pretending the gig economy is good for working mothers

Opting out of contracted employment appears to be less a lifestyle choice and more of a last resort.

  • by Nicola Appleton
Why you don't really need queen of clean Marie Kondo
Daily Life

Why you don't really need queen of clean Marie Kondo

The queen of cleaning and organising is spreading her message, just as we start to recover from Christmas.

  • by Cindy Dampier
In WA, unpaid fines are keeping Indigenous mothers in jail
Opinion
Prisons

In WA, unpaid fines are keeping Indigenous mothers in jail

A campaign to free Indigenous women from imprisonment has found success on social media.

  • by Clementine Ford
The right to holiday silence
Opinion
Opinion

The right to holiday silence

When does your right to read a book at the beach trump another's right to turn the sand into a nightclub?

  • by Jill Stark
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Taking a holiday from my wardrobe was the best thing I did this summer
Opinion
Opinion

Taking a holiday from my wardrobe was the best thing I did this summer

This summer, we should all try living as if we have a capsule wardrobe, even if it's an illusion.

  • by Melissa Singer
The five stages of underwear in a relationship
Daily Life

The five stages of underwear in a relationship

Nothing indicates where we are at in a relationship better than the underwear we choose.

  • by Kylie Orr
Finding a room of one's own
Opinion

Finding a room of one's own

There are almost a million single parents in Australia: how many of them have books or poems or music they could have written?

  • by Jane Gilmore
Over Christmas, I realised how toxic loneliness can be
Opinion
Wellbeing

Over Christmas, I realised how toxic loneliness can be

No book or movie or podcast could substitute for actual human contact. I needed to see people.

  • by Kerri Sackville
Motherhood has given me an unexpected secret power
Parenting

Motherhood has given me an unexpected secret power

The mummy voice is terrifying to children of all ages. Even those trying to buy your table off Gumtree.

  • by Penny Flanagan