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Thursday 12 May 2016
Featured Feminism

straight, white men fed up with being discriminated against

Sidney Shaw

  MELBOURNE—A cluster of straight white men dragged themselves away from their computer screens on Wednesday night to attend the inaugural ‘Straight White Men Who Are Fed Up With Being Discriminated Against’ rally. It was an event eagerly awaited by tens of thousands of vexed straight white men throughout the Internet. A hot-tempered yet enthusiastic…
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Friday 18 October 2013

theatre review : the wharf revue, canberra theatre

Madalein Tier
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For those out of the loop on what constitutes a revue, The Wharf Revue is a good place to start.  Our politics, current affairs and culture are annually hung out to dry in a series of burning satirical skits and hilarious musical renditions.  Add to this a talented acting troupe and the knockout production values…
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Thursday 25 July 2013
Arts Books

lip lit: tampa

Erin Stewart
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I spent the night before my first day of teaching in an excited loop of hushed masturbation on my side of the mattress, never falling asleep. Quite an opening, right? This is how Alissa Nutting’s Tampa begins, plunging the reader straight into the highly sexualised interior monologue of Celeste, a twenty-six year old school teacher….
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Thursday 7 March 2013

dvd review: housos vs. authority

Natalie Salvo
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Housos vs. Authority isn’t a film that takes itself too seriously. Instead, this is a high-octane, provocative comedy that has sacred cows on its radar. It’s also about as subtle as a slap in the face with a cold, dead fish. So, welcome to Sunnyvale- a town where being dumb, drunk and racist is worn…
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