This piece by Paul Strangio is right on the money. Labor has taken the left for granted and while this hasn’t cost them government it has cost them desperately needed public support. Last Federal election some Labor campaign organisers told… Read More ›
Before we call a truce on The Chore War
Here is an article telling us that the housework war should be over already because a) men are doing just as much work as women now, b) so, women need to quit complaining and get over it, and c) men… Read More ›
Of course the flight patches had to be pink
“Today’s flight was awesome,” Lockley said, noting it was the first time reservists and active duty personnel have flown on the same aircraft.
So who would fit?
Who is Generation X’s leading feminist?
Feminism – we’re doin it rong #1568454876
Feminists deserting the Prime Minister?
The new ‘I Do’ ad for marriage equality
Remember how I wrote a post about the experiences of filming an ad advocating marriage equality the other day? Well, it’s out now from the good people at the I Do campaign. It features Mim, her family, and me, if you can spot us!
Links of the day: gendered slurs as social signals
On the subject of gendered insults (in this case, the use of specific terms to signal acceptable behavior):
Quick Hit- Will anything change?
A new, unflattering, book about Tony Abbott, to hit the shops 1 October 2011.
Hoydens About Town Hall
Mim, her daughter, her mother, and I spent a very, very, very long afternoon filming a new ad advocating same-sex marriage with Australian Marriage Equality and GetUp!. Let me tell you all about it. The organisers had kept the specifics… Read More ›
The new Australian passport regulations
This is definitely progress, and very good news for trans men and women and intersex people indeed. Obviously it’s left out non-binary people, which is less good.