Helen Razer September 25, 2014 31 Comments
Yes, Jacqui Lambie made a dick of herself. But spilling thousands of pixels on the matter is helping precisely no one.
Helen Razer August 7, 2014 14 Comments
Young women no longer see feminism as a social justice movement of value -- and who can blame them?
Myriam Robin August 1, 2014 14 Comments
"There is no policy oomph from feminist dogma," Mark Latham told the audience at his book launch last night, saying that political feminism was out of touch with mainstream Australian concerns.
Jane Caro May 21, 2014 10 Comments
Surprise! The budget is not only cruel and horrific, it's worse than you'd thought. The Coalition has broken so very many of its election promises, just to stick the boot into the poor, sick and old.
Crikey May 7, 2014 5 Comments
Domestic violence has been described as an "epidemic" in Australian society. But freelance writer Bec Zajac says the key to ending violence against women has been well known for some time.
Helen Razer March 13, 2014 9 Comments
You can try to give up talking about feminism for Lent. But then along comes Janet Albrechtsen with a morsel too juicy to resist for this Catholic ...
Jane Caro December 11, 2013 5 Comments
The death of Nelson Mandela this week reminded us of how far we have come. But there is still much work to be done. Our proudly Sydney-based writer reviews the week ...
Jane Caro December 4, 2013 3 Comments
The LOLs and reality of education ... Remember income concentration? ... Feminism, flappers and Clive Palmer ... Spy tales: the best reading ...
Cathy Alexander October 30, 2013 9 Comments
Germaine Greer spoke in Melbourne last night without mentioning female emancipation or even women. She's now a crusading conservationist, a second-wave version of herself. Crikey was there.