When the media gets excited about a lying politician, they don't seem to realise that voters already know the truth has been buried by decades of bullshit.
For all their honourable intentions and punishing labour, journalists of this #MeToo movement may not be helping as many women as they think.
Tracey Spicer isn't just the face of the investigation into sexual misconduct: her process is methodical, supportive, and comprehensive.
When Lisa Wilkinson invoked Harvey Weinstein in her introduction, you could hear the seats groan as old-guard men shifted uncomfortably.
For 30 years, Amanda Pepe kept quiet about her experience with Don Burke. She tells Crikey why she decided to share her story publicly.
#MeToo comes to Oz ... Keneally scrubs her Twitter past ... Livingstone exits board ...
As Tracey Spicer announced this week she was investigating sexual predators in the media, she also named a serial harasser as John Sorell. But who was he?
Broadcaster Tracey Spicer has revealed she's investigating two long-term sexual harassers in the Australian media industry.
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