In Australia, I attended the Women’s March 4 Justice, an event that proved how much has changed, and what still remains the same.
This week has reinforced that the weight of memory is carried by the victim. The perpetrator can choose not to remember.
Forbes published a list of the most innovative leaders in America today. Surprisingly, they found room for only one woman. But hey, what are we complaining about, right?
George Pell, Harvey Weinstein, Michael Jackson. We remember the names of those who sicken us, but we give the institutions that enabled them a free pass. Why?
The Catholic Church is facing yet more scandal, as members of the clergy are now coming forward with serious allegations of abuse.
Somehow, it’s something we’re yet to master – the public apology. As a scholar of language, it’s easy to spot the holes many plunge into.
Love Actually is a holiday movie staple. However, it hasn’t aged well. No matter, as we’ve fixed it, bringing it in line with 2018’s standards. You’re welcome.
There might be the promise of change in the post-midterm U.S., but movement on #MeToo hinges on the mindset of Congress.
While the hammer might have judged Brett Kavanaugh innocent, the cluelessness of sex and consent remains. Education starts at school, as it did with me.
People leaping to defend James Gunn are demonstrating an unsophisticated understanding of the world.