Helen RazerJan 12, 2017134 Comments
"As a person who has happened to suffer ridicule for her, ahem, proclivities, I can find no way to excuse this herd of sex-shaming journalists," writes Helen Razer.
Helen RazerJan 10, 201750 Comments
Bronwyn’s Thatcherite hubris, as seen on Sky yesterday, is a relic to behold.
Helen RazerDec 22, 201624 Comments
At what fucking point are we going to concede that “people just need to be better and read less fake news” is an irrational centrist dream, and no kind of solution at all? Helen Razer asks the question.
Helen RazerDec 20, 201610 Comments
There have been so many communications this year that merit dishonourable mention.
Helen RazerDec 15, 201628 Comments
I have lost many friends this year arguing about the distribution of cultural capital versus the distribution of actual capital, writes Helen Razer.
Helen RazerDec 13, 201618 Comments
People are right to blame large institutions for their pain. They just happen to be blaming the least culpable.
Helen RazerDec 8, 201616 Comments
It is not intrinsically more ethical to be a brat. It is, however, more seductive.
Helen RazerDec 6, 201632 Comments
Fake news isn't solely the work of fringe-dwelling con men. You can find plenty of it in the pages of The Sydney Morning Herald and The Washington Post.
Helen RazerDec 1, 201624 Comments
Not with a bang, but with an axed science program.
Helen RazerNov 29, 201627 Comments
They'd all much prefer to live in a world with a Universal Basic Income safety net.