Helen Razer January 15, 2015 9 Comments
It's not that traditional media have grown more racist or sexist, it's just all they can afford to print.
Helen Razer January 14, 2015
Staying up all night bingeing on Breaking Bad hasn't just changed the way we watch TV, but the TV we watch.
Helen Razer January 9, 2015
Though satire has a rich history in Western culture, it does not win wars. And to believe that Charlie Hebdo was attacked simply for its irreverence is tragically myopic.
Helen Razer January 8, 2015 12 Comments
Men can no longer escape the harsh judgement of our intensely visual age. So how well are the boys adjusting to the critical gaze women have endured for so long?
Helen Razer December 18, 2014 21 Comments
We as humans are tempted to see patterns everywhere, where there are none. But our rational brains must overcome that instinct -- and don't publish the first thing that comes to mind in a moment of blind panic.
Helen Razer December 11, 2014 18 Comments
Change.org petitions and a manufactured Fairfax feud only get in the way of hard-hitting analysis of the real goals of feminism.
Helen Razer December 9, 2014
Stella Young was not exceptional because she had a physical disability. She was exceptional because she put everything she had into the hard, important work of social change.
Helen Razer December 4, 2014 21 Comments
Yes, gender is not natural. But that doesn't mean politicians should be dictating our Christmas present purchases.
Helen Razer December 3, 2014
Whether we're gushing over the Apple Watch or shoving Krispy Kreme into our pie holes, these are experiences that allow us to see each other as social beings, not just slaves to the market.
Helen Razer November 27, 2014 10 Comments
Yes, "the personal is political", but your feelings on goat's cheese or yoga do nothing to inform the real ABC debate.