Helen RazerSep 11, 201410 Comments
The emotional incontinence of idiot tech journalists as they fetishise graven images (read: iPhones and Apple Watches) glorifies a god (read: cult leader) that is not as benevolent as it seems.
Helen RazerSep 9, 2014
Some wankers (OK, Helen Razer) used to wax lyrical about the panopticon, Foucault, Big Brother. But 11 seasons in, does any of it matter (or not matter) anymore?
Helen RazerSep 4, 2014
The Abbott government has promised to "cut red tape", and while most of its decisions have been ludicrous, one stands out as actual good policy ...
Helen RazerAug 28, 20141 Comment
Bourgeois pretensions to the Good Taste of an imagined ruling class have all but erased chicken tikka spray tans and Gabi Grecko bustiers. You could argue that's a good thing. Except it definitely isn't.
Helen RazerAug 21, 20144 Comments
Islamic State militants have released a video of the murder of American journalist James Foley, while American drones slaughter children in secret. Who is the barbarian here?
Helen RazerAug 14, 20149 Comments
Since Hippocrates first made observations about the wandering womb, studies have sought to separate the myth of menses from verifiable fact.
Helen RazerAug 7, 201414 Comments
Young women no longer see feminism as a social justice movement of value -- and who can blame them?
Helen RazerJul 31, 201434 Comments
Richard Dawkins and Sam Harris are beating us over the head with blunt and meaningless references -- it's been a bad week in atheism.
Helen RazerJul 24, 201442 Comments
In an age of spectacular oversupply of both images and political perspectives, gore has lost its value. Sharing graphic images from the Gaza conflict turns private moments of death and grief into horror pornography.
Helen RazerJul 17, 20148 Comments
We assign the value of meaning to everything, thereby making it valueless. We want to believe that solutions are before us, but they aren't, and just by declaring and debating whether something matters, we make sure it doesn't.