Join our Facebook group – “Against the Proposed Narrowing of Accessible Parking Permit Eligibility“! ~~~ WildlyParenthetical is feminist, queer, white, TAB [Temporarily Able-Bodied] and recently, an official Doctor (no, she can’t write prescriptions, sadly… but she can analyse and theorise… Read More ›
There’s always one, isn’t there? The fatuous godbag woman-hater who blames disasters on the Wrath of God. We saw them after Hurricane Katrina, and now they’re starting to waggle their loathsome little fins in the wake of the horrific Victorian… Read More ›
If you’re in the bushfire zone looking for something to do to help and you’ve already donated to the Red Cross and the CFA, your local wildlife rescue service could probably do with a hand – ring them and ask them if they need some eucalyptus leaves from your garden trees, or some help filling water containers in the shelters, or just a cash donation.
I wrote a while back about Special Religious Education (SRE) in State schools in Australia. The are problems both with the concept itself, and with the State-by-State implementation. WA Today reports that some Victorian students may soon have access to… Read More ›
I’m seeing red. This is downright unconscionable. And in the face of a massive workforce shortage, too? This guy CAME to Australia answering the call for rural doctors in the first place. “Son’s Down syndrome forces doctor out of town”… Read More ›
Legislation to remove abortion from the Crimes Act in Victoria (abortion will still be regulated under the Health Act) has provoked hours of debate in the upper house of the Victorian State Parliament leading up to a conscience vote. The… Read More ›
Because Helen at Cast Iron Balcony covered all the issues so well that I had nothing to add – read it there.
Remember the Ladies’ Handbook of Home Treatment? It’s baaaack! For Teh Portly Dyke, I present: “On The Threshold of Womanhood: Puberty, or Adolescence”. A careful explanation of a mother’s responsibility to guide and manage her daughter’s fragile pubertal state, so… Read More ›