I recently watched two documentaries back-to-back about two rugby greats, Dan Carter and the late Jonah Lomu.  Watching the documentaries left me sad, annoyed and a little bit angry. The final scenes of Lomu on the beach with his boys, were a tragic reminder of what was lost to his family and community in his…

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If this week has taught us anything it is that the confusion of gender and sex has had fundamental implications on the way we can address issues around women’s safety.  Women are being murdered, raped and sexually harassed, and mainstream feminism uses the opportunity to grab more power for itself and its intersectional allies. Conservatives…

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Hi, My name is Christine Edie Chehade, I blog and tweet under Edie Wyatt. I want to raise some concerns about Greg Jericho.   I graduated from Griffith University with a First Class Honours in Humanities in 1994 from the Institute of Cultural Policy Studies. My thesis “Policing Culture” took a then radical, and now…

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Them Before Us: Why We Need a Global Children’s Rights MovementKaty Faust & Stacy Manning I first saw to Katy Faust on Australian television during our same sex marriage debate. She was introduced by a commentator as the daughter of lesbian parents, who was against same sex marriage. Of course, this was a provocative embellishment…

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I recently heard that Contrapoints (Natalie Wynn), a transgender youtuber, has been schooling JK Rowling on womanhood. I tried to watch it, but this type of saccharine play-acting, packaged as political debate, is more than I can cope with.  Feminists I usually watch, rarely deliver opinion from a candle lit bath. She is more frequently…

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I am on a journey back to a form of feminism that I am not sure exists. Many women like myself, stopped identifying as a feminist when our suburban lives ceased bearing any semblance to the goals spouted by the angry weirdos at the forefront of western feminism. While I was busy running a grown…

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“Never be afraid when God brings back your past” Oswald Chambers said.   When God began bringing back my past recently, I was more confused than afraid.  But I was afraid.  What confused me is that God was bringing back such happy memories.  A series of dreams and flashbacks were reminding me of happy islands in…

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There is an urban legend that there is a spike in suicides and depression at Christmas time. Preliminary research, (me googling for five minutes) seems to indicate that this may not be statistically true.  But welfare agencies will tell you that Christmas causes genuine distress for large sections of the population, particularly the lonely.  I…

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This week, Joel Fitzgibbon, resigned from the shadow cabinet over what was reported to be climate change policy.  I heard his speech and I heard what he was saying, and this is not about climate policy.  Mr Fitzgibbon was saying that Labor is not what it use to be, Labor doesn’t believe what it use…

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In a never ending race to destroy the evidence that it once had journalistic integrity, the New York Times today came out against the secular state. Vincent Geisser, a “political scientist”, informs us that Muslims are slaughtering the French, because the French have taken the concept of laïcité (state secularism) too far.  Apparently, Muslims “feel…

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