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By Mary on June 17, 2011
Survivors Mel Hughes and Kate Ravenscroft are creating a zine by survivors of sexual assault for survivors of sexual assault: We Will Not Go Quietly.
They’re looking for a huge range of submissions, preferably by 31 July 2011. For more information, see their website We Will Not Go Quietly.
By tigtog on June 10, 2011
I really do hope for an excessive abundance of banter if they’re going to go the whole herd of hogs, as it appears that they are.
By tigtog on June 9, 2011
I heard this on the radio today (the excellent community station 99.3 2NSB-FM in Sydney) and was enthralled:
By tigtog on June 7, 2011
The persistent belief that childhood is a rosy, happy time where nothing bad ever happens is directly damaging to children who are, in fact, not having a rosy and happy time.
By tigtog on June 2, 2011
How on earth has Kilt Roulette been on the internet for nearly 18 months and I haven’t seen it until today? I am most severely displeased, minions!
By tigtog on May 31, 2011
Your earlier show “A Victorian Farm” could have been arguably marketed as “the dawn of the Industrial Age”, but it was well past noon by Edward’s time. Why does your marketing department have to embarrass all those poor historians like this?
By Mindy on May 26, 2011
John Barrowman performing ‘You’re so vain’ from his album ‘Another Side’, on The midweek national Lottery Draw. (14/11/07)
By tigtog on May 23, 2011
If you imagine the stereotypical, small, dusty secondhand bookshop, enlarge it substantially and then imbue this cavern with many of the bigger-on-the-inside properties of the TARDIS as if designed by Escher you might start to get a feel for how those shops worked.
By tigtog on May 22, 2011
Stephen Colbert gets John Lithgow to recite that baffling wafflefest Press Release of Doom from Newt Gingrich’s presidential spokesman, Rick Tyler.
By blue milk on May 20, 2011
Before we realised this ‘yummy mummy’ thing was engulfing us; before a whole host of experts came out and made a theory of the intensification and idealisation of motherhood and the damage it is doing to us; before smart women writers got together and wrote an angry anthology about motherhood, marriage and work, called The […]
By tigtog on May 18, 2011
from Astronomy Picture of the Day
By tigtog on May 15, 2011
We watched a doco about the wildlife of Iguaçu Falls on ABC1, and it brought back memories of our own honeymoon 20 years ago where we spent some time in South America.
By tigtog on May 11, 2011
Sneak preview from the Power Episode of #hungrybeast 9.30pm ABC1 Wednesdays…In the media landscape there are climate change deniers and believers, but rarely are those speaking about climate change actual climate scientists…