The Daily Mail and Nine have breached press council standards with reports that "could contribute to substantial prejudice against transgender people". This isn't the first time we've seen these complaints.
The latest Scarlett Johansson controversy is a perfect snapshot of modern Hollywood: it doesn’t operate like a public broadcaster, and will only ever do the "right" thing where it affects the bottom line.
Transgender and gender diverse people around Australia are being affected by controversial and confusing state laws. Does it really need to be this hard?
A foolproof guide for journalists who want to write about trans people in the mainstream media.
As the nation celebrates marriage equality, one group has been left with a frustrating wait for change on archaic legislation.
Proposed changes to birth certificate law will make it easier for trans and gender-diverse people living in Victoria.
Miranda Devine uses the very official-sounding American College of Pediatricians to make her case about transgender people. But the ACP turns out to be a fringe conservative group, not a healthcare peak body.
An Italian gay rights activist went to Sochi -- and got thrown in jail. Crikey intern Luca Zuccaro profiles the former MP, who has had a colourful life -- and more than one brush with Russian homophobes.
When does media reporting cross the line into bullying? And if an online publication has made an egregious error of judgement, will an apology help, or has the damage been done?