December 24, 2012 28 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.
October 3, 2012 37 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?
August 15, 2012 18 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?
March 8, 2010 130 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.
September 7, 2009 1 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.
August 31, 2009 3 Comments
IKEA has done what many consider to be the unthinkable. The catalogue changed its typeface.
August 28, 2009 1 Comment
The pre-eminent voice of American celebrity’s inner word is dead. There has never been a greater gossip than Dunne, reflects Helen Razer.
August 25, 2009
Somehow, the Miss Universe pageant has survived an ironic age. And a post-ironic one, too.
August 24, 2009
In order for news organisations to survive, the US government must grant them exemption from antitrust and price-fixing laws so that they can essentially "collude for survival", argues Tim Rutten.
August 21, 2009 7 Comments
For their championing of chubby, several media outlets have this week earned the Wankley.