The need to unite

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It is so easy to turn to hate, but much more worthwhile to foster love.

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Can we ever really #stopthetrolls?

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What is wrong with our culture that we’re willing to accept bullying and harassment because it’s just too hard?

“I’d like to tell you what it’s like being a gay footy player”

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Young footballer Jason Ball has been all across radio, television and social media after launching a campaign to fight homophobia in the Australian Football League.

Gina Rinehart – Meme Mining

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There is a big difference between criticising someone for their actions, their words or their values and criticising someone for their gender or appearance.

The right side of history

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I am an Australian for marriage equality. The funny thing about this debate is that if I’m being brutally honest, marriage is not something I feel a great deal about. I should, but… Continue reading

Don’t Tell The Cliche Stereotype Channel 10

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A couple of nights ago I wrote an open letter to Channel 10 about their new show ‘Don’t Tell The Bride’…

SlutWalk Melbourne – Interview

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SlutWalk is set to hit the streets of Melbourne again in 2012 to challenge slut shaming and victim blaming in the community. I spoke to Karen Pickering the lead up to the march:… Continue reading

A brief note about Charlotte Dawson

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There’s plenty you can read about Charlotte Dawson and the week she’s had. I won’t add much more to the discussion other than to say this: No one has the right to value… Continue reading

Fish: How your choices affect the ocean

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Using technology to make smarter eating choices

Drown – The Movie

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Drown follows the story of three surf life savers on a big night out and addresses issues of homophobia, bullying, masculinity and mate-ship.