On one hand, the overuse of the female body as an object of spectacle objectifies, sexualises, and reinforces dangerous notions of female passivity. On the other, the raw, undeniable beauty of the female form ought to be celebrated, and makes for some breathtaking art. Is it, then, simply too lovely to censor?
The historical narratives that we are typically fed in educational and mainstream spaces often prioritise white history and white culture. Where is the ‘other’ side of history?
At the end of another re-watch, having by now contributed significantly to the video’s 50 million views, I still feel somewhat blindsided. I argue that Styles’ breadcrumbing of bisexual symbolism has culminated in a brand that serves him well.
The nervous stranger, observed by 280 eyes, shuffles her feet uncomfortably and begins. “So… let’s talk about sex,” she mumbles.
Neve Traynor reflects on Monday’s March4Justice in Canberra.
“Whilst scholarships within educational institutions have existed for over nearly 50 years, there is still an overwhelming feeling that these programs are often ignorant to the Indigenous experience and leave behind those unable to ‘adapt’.” An interview about the intricacies of scholarships offered to First Nations people, featuring Teela Reid.
Menstruation isn’t a breeze. How do we contend with the environmental impact of the methods we use to get through this time?
He takes to work / His little, red lunchbox.
One activist recounts her experiences with an insatiable anger against the world, the burnout that followed and why she finally decided to give up.
Some fans stand outside the courts on the days of her hearings with #FreeBritney signs; others call for everyone to Leave Britney Alone. What’s it all about?