Condolences to his family and to everyone else who knew and loved him. He was a delight to read and must have been even more of a delight to know.
Month: March 2010
The media narrative over the last few days has been remarkably replete with Abbott the Adventurer articles and astonishingly bare of Lost In The Political Wilderness articles. Why is that, I wonder?
The irony within his own essay, which instead of simply engaging with Greer’s ideas includes gratuitous slams at her personal appearance, slams based on Greer eschewing these allegedly essential feminine fripperies, eludes him. Why, how could people like him mocking women who fail to delight his eye with fripperies possibly have anything to do with women’s “inherent” desire for fripperies?
Amanda Banks writes in The West Australian: Transsexuals in landmark case Two female-to-male transsexuals should be able to keep female organs that allow them to bear children and still be legally recognised as men, it was argued in a landmark… Read More ›
Remember the protests in Perth last year about Premier Barnett’s party failing to bring WA into line with the rest of Australia with laws protecting breastfeeding families from harassment? In which Barnett insisted that there would be no need for… Read More ›
So that you won’t ever have to find out one day that they have written something like this to a movie studio.
The photo of a young Lara Bingle which has apparently been doing the rounds of the cricket and AFL players for some time now has been published in the Woman’s Day magazine. Woman’s Day say they did not pay for… Read More ›