May 14, 2013
After a few pints, our resident provocateur is ready to bust a cap in super and prop up the Australian porn industry. It's another Crikey fantasy budget, with a slight twist ...
Helen RazerMay 3, 201365 Comments
The Left is dead -- hopelessly lost in the minutiae of gestures, rainbow crossings, political correctness and confected outrage about the latest Geoffrey Barker piece. It's time for the Left to think about material conditions and macroeconomics.
Helen RazerMar 11, 201316 Comments
Does the Destroy the Joint movement actually miss the point? In a fiery blog post that had social media abuzz over the weekend, feminist provocateur Helen Razer says the small-target strategy isn't working.
Helen RazerDec 24, 201228 Comments
The latest confected feminist outrage is over The Daily Telegraph naming a horse as sportswoman of the year. Here's why that just doesn't matter -- while there's plenty else that should.
Oct 3, 201237 Comments
In many of the critical pieces about Alan Jones this week, there's been a strong focus on his sexuality. Why can't we just examine his actions?
Helen RazerAug 15, 201218 Comments
Is Target creating a generation of young "sl-ts"? Or are children too busy learning how to spell to understand the more complex symbolism of raiment?
Helen RazerMar 8, 2010130 Comments
Forget what Louis Nowra and The Monthly say, writes Helen Razor: Germaine Greer is a bright and occasionally charming old ratbag who should be revered.
Helen RazerSep 7, 20091 Comment
In 1994 the American Psychiatric Association published its fourth revision of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual for mental disorders (DSM). Here, you’ll find the worryingly popular one-size-fits-most measure for Depressive Disorder.
Helen RazerAug 31, 20093 Comments
IKEA has done what many consider to be the unthinkable. The catalogue changed its typeface.