The Latest From Claire Lehmann
June 06, 2017
British food policy adviser Rosie Boycott has recently claimed that feminism has fuelled the obesity crisis, and she’s not talking about the “fat acceptance” movement, she’s talking about the decline of home cooking.
June 05, 2017
There’s no such thing as a lone wolf. Terrorist attacks are occurring on a weekly basis in Western countries and now this afternoon an explosion occurred in a suburb of Brighton, Melbourne.
May 30, 2017
We’ve recently discovered that Melbourne University has been giving students workshops on white male privilege, wherein male students have been told to act more like women and cut down on Australian banter in case they offend non-Australian students in the classroom.
May 16, 2017
Fairfax Media, one of Australia’s largest news media companies, is dying and while many journalists are losing their jobs, there is a potential silver lining: This slow death may spell the end of Fairfax’s online women’s magazine Daily Life.
May 11, 2017
Australians are often encouraged to feel guilty about their national pride. Middle class people of the inner city are generally embarrassed about our Western heritage, and any Australian who doesn’t express shame about our history of British colonization is basically guilty of a hate crime.
May 07, 2017
Threats to free speech are everywhere in the Western world but it’s particularly disturbing and “grotesque” to find them at the university according to Reason Editor in Chief Nick Gillespie.
May 06, 2017
Identity politics may have come from a good place with the idea of aiding groups who were previously marginalized but it has morphed into something well beyond that according to Dr. Tanveer Ahmed.
May 05, 2017
Calum Thwaites, a university student brought before the Australian Human Rights Commission after being charged under Section 18C of the Racial Discrimination Act, is a free man now but not before being put through an Orwellian process with the odds stacked against him.
May 05, 2017
Dr. Anthony Dillon of Australian Catholic University is an active social commentator on Aboriginal issues.
May 02, 2017
Daisy Cousens, freelance writer for the Spectator Australia and Quadrant Magazine, is a critic of third wave feminism. A self-described feminist apostate, Cousens has received a lot of recognition for taking on 'official' feminists.