This week: conservatives despising Trump, life under an abortion ban, contrasts in wages growth and halal Macca's.
There is now a small but lucrative niche on our politics for angry white men to attack women. And One Nation is effectively exploiting it.
An ABC journalist has spoken out about an alleged assault on her by NSW opposition leader Luke Foley — and why she stayed silent about it until, against her wishes, it became a political football.
Former AFL great Barry Hall was fired on the spot from Triple M for a joke about sexual assault. Can the station, and the rest of Australian sports culture, live up to this welcome new standard?
Not merely does the head of Qatar Airways have a history of sexist comments, his airline is the most misogynist in the world.
Great news that Saudi women will be allowed to drive, right? Pity it's a distraction from the regime's war crimes and massive human rights violations.
The language of the era is strong and the tone uncompromised. To speak and, especially, to be heard in not only online forums but everyday exchange, we must increasingly trade in the coin of hyperbole.
Tony Abbott has not only weighed into the Yassmin Abdel-Magied "debate", he has also said the Sex Discrimination Commissioner is "anti-men". This is not a mistake -- Abbott wants to come across as crazy and confused as possible.