“If you’re struggling to acclimatise to the new ways of university life … I promise this book is worth the read.”
Short reviews of just a handful of Canberra’s many bars.
A review of The Lady and the Unicorn.
“Remarkable Creatures is remarkable itself for the way Chevalier weaves a fine portrait of the characters, landscapes, social norms and expectations (particularly with regards to women’s lives) of that period of English history. It is noteworthy that almost all the characters in the book are real, historical people who were alive in that period.”
In celebration of the Canberra-based Facebook group “like if ur a cool queer who owns a Gorman raincoat”, its memes and water protection, we asked several cool queers to review their Gorman raincoats (and one lone Driza-Bone).
“When I came out of the cinema after seeing Lady Bird, I still had tears running down my face.”
“Featured with their quirky, struggling and slightly embarrassing families, these female characters were raw, crass and tough.”
“It perpetuates the misconception that loving, and being loved, makes everything better.”
“The Bachelor paints a wider picture of how misogynist culture permeates not only our daily lives, but all of our institutions, woven throughout our media industry.”
“Well, if Blurred Lines was subject to onslaughts of criticism for abetting rape culture, I would argue the same regulations should be applied to Look What You Made Me Do.”