Alex Downie investigates the impact of the Syria conflict – there and in Australia
Domestic violence in LGBTIQ relationships is more pervasive than it’s made out to be, writes Georgia Behrens.
Additional research by Madeleine King
When viewed through the lens of personal experience, euthanasia no longer looks like a tokenistic civil right
Felix Donovan and Michael Rees on gated communities and exclusion
I was on a hot date. A few nights ago, a charming gentleman invited me to dinner at one of Sydney’s finest restaurants. Not only was he a solid 10, he was intelligent, cultured and witty. Although that didn’t last long. Upon hearing that I was a Christian, his jaw dropped, and his fork crashed…
Speculation about a person’s sexuality does not sit well with me, but it is essentially what Queer History is all about. Before the Wom*n’s History movement was able to examine the experience and influence of women in History, it first had to uncover their existence. This is about the stage we are at with Queer…
Authoritarianism, nationalism, and, ultimately, fascism are not ghosts of the past, but real existing tendencies in Australian politics.
Georgia Kriz writes about her day with a gay conversion therapist
Anjali Vishwanathan spoke to the ones left behind
John Gooding woke up this morning, printed himself a gun