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Don Dunstan is famous for decriminalizing homosexuality in South Australia in 1975, the first state in Australia to do so. Wherever Dunstan saw inequality, he refused to accept it.
Joseph Edwin Haeger reviews The Neon Hollywood Cowboy by Matt Mitchell. (Big Lucks)
After a year of isolation and empty social schedules, some kids might be anxious about interacting outside again. Psychology experts provide tips to ease the transition.
One hundred days into the Biden administration and we’ve seen ambitious policy walk hand-in-hand with real-world cynicism. But is he closer to FDR or Napoleon?
Australian billionaire Clive Palmer thought he could win a court case against Twisted Sister, defending himself by suggesting that he was just doing what all artists do.
In Extremist Movie Debate, a coin flip decides who loves it and who hates it. They then debate it on the fly. This episode? Three Kings (HBO Max)
It only took two tragic gun-related massacres in a five-year span (1991, 1996) for Australia to change its gun laws. America is overdue for gun-control measures.
In “From the Perspective of an Inanimate Object,” Linda Rand shares a diary entry from a year ago, when COVID was fresh but established, imagining the perspective of a statue in her garden.
Joseph Edwin Haeger reviews Model Citizen by Joshua Mohr. (MCDxFSG)