Benjamin Law writes with startling honesty.
In his comedic memoir, The Family Law, we follow Law through mortifying anecdotes that have shaped his identity as a gay, Asian-Australian man. 482 more words
Benjamin Law Moral Panic 101: Equality, acceptance and the Safe Schools scandal
A hugely important analysis of how a big lie took hold to derail a progressive policy that had nothing to do with teaching schoolchildren how to strap on dildos and everything to do with harm reduction. 686 more words
Oooooooooboy. Technology and I are not friends at the moment, as such I am going to do a very quick recap and hope that uploads. You may have noticed that I’ve missed a couple of recaps. 555 more words
Screen Time is here and it is rated M. Can we expect some intimate countdown like they had in episode 1? Let’s find out.
Chris Taylor tells us that we’re discussing Detroit directed by Kathryn Bigalow and written by Mark Boal (they also teamed up on The Hurt Locker), Channel 7s Instant Hotel(but I don’t wanna talk about Instant Hotel), and a new form of reality television hailing from Norway called Slow TV (and I am here for this). 1,215 more words
It’s time to do the giveaway for the latest Quarterly Essay: Moral Panic 101 by Benjamin Law.
The entries were (in order of receipt):
By some fortuitous mistake, I have been sent two copies of the latest Quarterly Essay: Moral Panic 101 by Benjamin Law.
I haven’t read it yet, but it seems like a good idea to do the giveaway now, and you can read… 122 more words