I often have friends ask me what my strategy is to keep going when I'm having severe mental health crises. I have no idea. My only real strategy is 'I have no...
"We need take risks. We need to go broke. We need to prove them wrong, simply by not giving up."
The actress' comments ignore the challenges women who experience abuse and harassment face in reporting powerful perpetrators.
"If a guy offers you a lift or a place to sleep, they’re not being nice. They’re just doing it because they want to have sex with you and they can see that you’re...
Bookshops are a special kind of magic and that hasn't changed for me as I got older.
My husband knows pretty much everything there is to know about my life today. When it comes to my past, though, things are a little murkier.
As we were about to part, the agent said, “Let’s get a drink”. I was stunned and mumbled something about needing to go. I did not return his calls.
Handing money to someone on the street provides temporary relief, but donating to an organisation means your money goes further in supporting the most vulnerable...
We believe vitamins are good for our health – but overdosing on supplements can have life-threatening effects.
There are countless lists online of tips to stay safe while online dating, but the truth is this: the world is not safe for women.
The move to feature Beyoncé is a canny move by Vogue editor Anna Wintour to stay relevant in an internet age as issues around diversity and representation in...
When it comes to an international tourism campaign, a certain degree of artistic license is to be expected. But what if that the way that that country is...
Calling Blair Cottrell an ‘activist’ not only gives legitimacy to his ideas, but gives them a coating that makes them palatable.
In women like Alicia Keys and Beyoncé, I see black women owning their rights to be sexy, desirable and world dominators.
These running squads help the homeless find their feet.
The optics of a middle aged white man visiting foreign cultures and foods in order to show them up is a kind of cultural colonialism served light and cold.
"It says to the next generation of your family ‘we’ve made it and we can now give this home to future generations'."
Those who dedicate their lives to helping the country's homeless population say that Australia lacks a plan to tackle the number of people living rough.
For Yazidi women survivors, the choice to tell their stories is a final act of resistance – calling out the crimes of ISIS and forcing the world to take notice.