The hashtag has drawn responses from the serious, to the comic.
This anxiety seeped into my struggle to accept my identity as a Lebanese-Australian Muslim writer from Bankstown.
“Chinatown’s f—ing nuts,” Gillis says in the video, which has since been deleted.
Making my cross-cultural marriage work is about more than less curry or less soy sauce.
'Hustlers' is already proving to be a masterclass in diverse, clever casting.
"There’s a common and insulting misconception that fat people are stupid and lazy and we’re not."
Growing up, I remember seeing 'Monkey' as the only TV show with regular Asian characters in it, says playwright and founder of Peril magazine Hoa Pham.
For writer and actor Candy Bowers, the arts is about visibility and equality in every single space.
The Fenty X Savage show is being described as "a splendid celebration of human form, sexuality, and all women".
"I need to be as helpful and available as possible to my wife."
On 12th September I’ll be asking people R U OK? But then I’ll be doing it on 13th September too.
"It is often the inadequacies of the legal process and the shame projected by perpetrators onto victims which compel us to retell our stories," writes artist and...
"Get out of the way, guys, and put a woman up there."
Finally, 'Shrill' asks us to laugh with fat bodies on screen - not at them.
The singer has spoken to 'Elle' magazine about why she preaches self-love.
"It seemed normal not to speak up when hearing this sort of thing. But it weighed heavier and heavier on me as time went by," writes Wongatha man Travis Akbar.
It’s about making contemporary personal connections with Lebanon rather than connecting through one’s own parents.
"I’m so tired of the drug dealer, the terrorist, the sportswoman, the slam poet – all of these clichéd stereotypes."
The problem with Semenya is not her body: it is our insistence that humans can fall neatly into two mutually exclusive categories that were created by and...