Press Mentions

Herald Sun (Melbourne), “Let’s ask Waleed Aly the truth about a pay gap” (October 18, 2017)

Sydney Morning Herald (Sydney), “Double scoop of outrage over Pidapipo’s gendered gelato is plain depressing” (October 3, 2017)

The Age (Melbourne), “Cult ice-cream store Pidapipo under fire for gendered ice-cream” (October 2, 2017)

Sydney Morning Herald (Sydney), “Should we be surprised that politics is a relationship dealbreaker?” (September 21, 2017)

Brisbane Times (Brisbane), “Pink shark pants helping get rid of the gender divide in kids clothes” (September 12, 2017)

Sydney Morning Herald (Sydney), “We can’t afford to be shy about sex education – or porn will fill in the gaps” (August 1, 2017)

Crinkling News (Australia), “She Who must be obeyed” (July 25, 2017)

Brisbane Times (Brisbane), “Australia’s gender pay gap to last for another 50 years” (July 27, 2017)

Herald Sun (Melbourne), “Infamy, money and psychological issues can make criminals irresistible” (July 7, 2017)

Courier-Mail (Brisbane), “Sizzler Annerley to close on July 2” (June 5, 2017)

The Sydney Morning Herald (Sydney), “Obsession with Schapelle Corby and Cassie Sainsbury plays to mythic archetypes” (June 4, 2017)

The Age (Melbourne), “Meet four dedicated Australian women changing the face of activism” (June 2, 2017)

New York Times, “Schapelle Corby, Drug Trafficker and Australian Obsession, Returns Home” (May 27, 2017)

New York Times, “How Did a Drug Bust in Bali Become an Australian Obsession?” (May 19, 2017)

Ze.tt (Germany) “Each penis drawing is a small act of rebellion” (May 13, 2017)

The Daily Telegraph (Sydney), “Should McDonald’s move into the food truck market?” (April 4, 2017)

The Age (Melbourne), “April Fools’ Day: The time to act childishly and have some fun” (April 1, 2017)

Crinkling News (Australia), “Uniform fashion: scratchy to comfy” (March, 2017)

Herald Sun (Melbourne), “Young girls are taught online ‘you’re worth the most if you look like you may just put out’” (August 26, 2016)

Crinkling News (Australia), “Women in power: it’s getting a little easier” (July 19, 2016)

The Age (Australia), “Universities pull the trigger on political correctness” (June 24, 2016)

Sydney Morning Herald (Sydney), “What’s the secret to a successful petition? Being a woman” (June 11, 2016)

Herald Sun (Melbourne), “Hugh Jackman seen as most caring famous Australian, Dick Smith the most trustworthy in My Big Idea poll” (June 6, 2016)

Sydney Morning Herald (Sydney), “Marriage equality: Safe Schools attacks part of the plan to kill same-sex marriage” (May 22, 2016)

The Daily Telegraph (Sydney), “Federal election 2016: Estimated $100 million to be dropped on political ads” (May 9, 2016)

The Age (Melbourne), “May the 4th be with you: Fans come out for Star Wars Day” (May 1, 2016)

Sydney Morning Herald (Sydney), “Purple pain: why the deaths of Prince and Bowie cut us so deep” (April 30, 2016)

Sydney Morning Herald (Sydney), “Teenage girls traumatised by revenge-porn network aimed at ‘teaching us a lesson'” (April 19, 2016)

Parkville Station (Melbourne), “Lecture Recording at the University of Melbourne” (April 16, 2016)

Herald Sun (Melbourne), “Social media addiction: Does it have to be a negative?” (April 1, 2016)

Leader Community News (Melbourne), “The Break Room pop-up gives stress heads crockery to smash” (March 31, 2016)

Herald Sun (Melbourne), “Travel: Girls’ getaways increase as women embrace time away with friends” (January 29, 2016)

Sydney Morning Herald (Sydney), “Watchdog dismisses domestic violence complaint against ad” (November 25, 2015)

Star Observer (Melbourne), “Let’s talk about sex” (October 20, 2015)

Sydney Morning Herald (Sydney), “On Father’s Day many dads will wake up wondering ‘what were they thinking?'” (3 September, 2015)

The Age (Melbourne). “What will adulthood be like for Generation Z?” (13 June, 2015)

Herald Sun (Melbourne), “Is Social Media a Force for Good or Evil?” (17 May, 2015)

MX (Australia), “Mad Battles of the Sexes” (15 May, 2015)

Courier Mail (Brisbane). “We’re richer for viewing ‘poverty porn’ of Struggle Street” (10 May, 2015)

MX (Australia). “Would you fund a stranger’s boob job?” (3 May, 2015)

Herald Sun (Melbourne). “Narcissism lives here with selfie love” (April 4, 2015)

Sydney Morning Herald (Sydney). “From Cinderella to Frozen: Fairytales have enduring appeal, but are they holding girls back?” (29 March, 2015)

The Age (Melbourne). “Parks not safe for women, says homicide squad boss” (19 March, 2015)

MX (Brisbane). “Outrage Addiction” (2 March, 2015)

The Age (Melbourne). “Girls playing with frilly dolls makes my feminist blood turn cold” (28 February, 2015)

MX (Melbourne). “All ads up to sex” (25 February, 2015)

Sydney Morning Herald (Sydney). “Online dating: Behind the ‘science’ of digital matchmaking” (14 February, 2015)

MX (Sydney). “Scientists brush off slam-sesh study” (27 January, 2015)

Sunshine Coast Daily (Sunshine Coast). “It was never the breast we could do” (23 January, 2015)

Sydney Morning Herald (Sydney). “Christmas buyers snap up selfie sticks” (22 December, 2014)

Sydney Morning Herald (Sydney). “Martin Place siege: people share selfies and jokes on Twitter” (16 December, 2014)

Sydney Morning Herald (Sydney). “Paleo diet: does it work and what does the craze say about us?” (14 December, 2014)

Adelaide Advertiser (Adelaide). “The Cost of Love” (11 October, 2014)

Herald Sun (Melbourne). “Tinder craze: A casual sex cesspool or a swipe right for true love?” (27 September, 2014)

Adelaide Advertiser (Adelaide). “Here comes the debt” (13 September, 2014)

The Daily Telegraph (Sydney). “Staying at home for a holiday” (7 September, 2014)

The Saturday Paper, “Social media for appy couples” (23 August, 2014)

The Age (Melbourne). “Misogynist rants from Young Libs” (10 August, 2014)

Sydney Morning Herald (Sydney). “Kim Kardashian to publish 352 pages of Kim Kardashian” (9 August, 2014) 

International Business Times. “Kim Kardashian Releases 352-page Book of Selfies Called Selfish” (9 August, 2014)

MX (Sydney). “Lorde’s no mercy” (5 May, 2014)

MX (Melbourne). “Social media love will tear us apart” (14 April, 2014)

The Age (Melbourne). “Mapping the hip haunts of the fashionably uncool” (7 April, 2014).  

Sydney Morning Herald (Sydney). “Sex education needs radical overhaul, say experts” (23 March, 2014).

Daily Post (New Zealand). “Curiously enthralling animal entertainment” (15 March, 2014)

Brisbane Times (Brisbane). “Family of Brisbane woman jailed in Bolivia pleads for public to take notice” (23 February, 2014).

Sydney Morning Herald (Sydney). “Playing dead: Zombies march into the mainstream” (2 February, 2014)

The Age (Melbourne). “Love me Tinder: is the hook-up culture about liberation or exploitation?” (15 December, 2013)

Sydney Morning Herald (Sydney). “Home-town homage” (8 December, 2013)

Courier Mail (Brisbane). “Own a onesie? You’re so hot right now” (3 December, 2013)

The Australian (Australia). “Revenge porn reaching dangerous levels experts warn” (22 November, 2013)

The Straits Times (Singapore). “Aussie fashion world clings to past” (17 November, 2013)

The Advertiser (Adelaide). “Moving on After Marriage” (9 November, 2013)

MX (Melbourne). “Don’t blush, let’s talk about sex” (7 November, 2013)

Courier Mail (Brisbane). “Breast cancer hard-sell has really gone beyond the pink” (13 October, 2013)

Tweed-Border Mail (Tweed Heads). “MTV twerk grinds out new image for Miley” (4 September, 2013)

Sydney Morning Herald (Sydney). “Meet the Rudds, where politics is a family affair” (20 July, 2013)

MX (Sydney). “Hero to zero Socceroos coach takes the sexist route” (June 12, 2013)

Daily Telegraph (Sydney). “Kerri-Anne Kennerley attack in Australian Women’s Weekly ‘a bit rich’ says Annette Sharp” (1 June, 2013)

Herald Sun (Melbourne). “Fashion warriors step up” (10 May, 2013)

MX (Melbourne). “Greedy kids want it all for nothing” (10 May, 2013)

MX (Sydney). “Passion search Young Aussies are a bunch of FOMOs” (26 April, 2013)

The Australian (Australia). “The Bleatles? How the web went goat crazy” (1 March, 2013)

PNG Post Courier (Papua New Guinea), Shame, silence surround violence (26 February, 2013)

MX (Melbourne). “Creatures live in Twilight’s shadow” (21 February, 2012)

The Age (Melbourne). “File under ‘awkward'” (16 February, 2012)

Mornington Peninsula Leader (Victoria). “Arrest for Peninsula YouTube boob” (4 February, 2013)

Star Observer (Melbourne). “’8′ the play returns to Melbourne” (24 January, 2013)

Herald Sun (Melbourne). “Outrage over differing haircut pricing between sexes” (27 January, 2013)

Sunday Mail (Adelaide), “Eff ’em radio The shame of our shock jocks” (23 December, 2012)

Sydney Morning Herald (Sydney). “Instagram forced to revise user rules” (19 December, 2012)

The Australian (Australia). “Ratings are king in X-rated radio” (16 December, 2012)

The Weekly Times (Australia). “Pranksters to break silence” (10 December, 2012)

The Australian (Australia). “Radio pranksters may opt for TV chat show” (10 December, 2012)

MX (Brisbane). “Dreamy Jobs” (7 December, 2012)

MX (Sydney). “All Google-eyed looking for love” (25 October, 2012)

MX (Melbourne). “It seems 28 is the new old” (18 October, 2012)  

MX (Sydney). “Don’t stalk about ex Facebook setback” (8 October, 2012)

The Australian (Australia). “Jill Meagher unites a nation in grief” (5 October, 2012)

The Age (Melbourne). “Fear buttons pushed as women contemplate the lonely walk home” (29 September, 2012)

MX (Melbourne). “Scum undone” (14 September, 2012)

Herald Sun (Melbourne). “Are you a member of the car park mafia?” (5 August, 2012)

Sydney Morning Herald (Sydney). “Pardon My F*?#$! French” (25 July, 2012)

Coffs Coast Independent. “Is YouTube killing romance?” (16 July, 2012)

MX (Melbourne). “Bad period in Hollywood” (13 July, 2012)

The Australian. “Strewth” (13 July, 2012)

The Age (Melbourne) “Is Hollywood making us fear menstruation” (12 July, 2012)

The Age (Melbourne), “Period Drama or Fright Night” (12 July, 2012)

Sydney Morning Herald (Sydney), “Hugs and misses: the art of the full-contact greeting ” (20 May, 2012)

Sunday Herald Sun (Melbourne), “First Ladies standing by their men” (14 May, 2012)

Sunday Herald Sun (Melbourne), “The good wife stands firm” (29 April, 2012)

Sunday Herald Sun (Melbourne), “Experts warn of perils of outsourcing your life” (11 March, 2012)

Sydney Morning Herald “Mad, bad romance” (8 October, 2011)

Deseret Morning News (Salt Lake City) “Kid models in suggestive poses draw renewed criticism of fashion industry” (August 18, 2011)

The Voice “Sex, perverts and pop culture” (11 July, 2011)

Sun Herald (Sunday Life) (Sydney). “From here to androgyny” (26 June, 2011)

Courier Mail (Brisbane) “Top books” (11 June, 2011)

Canberra Times. “Of myths and men” (27 May, 2011)

MX (Australia). “Outrage at ‘black is ugly'” (19 May, 2011)

The Age (Melbourne). “Facebook trade in female images” (18 May, 2011)

MX (Australia). “US censors our ‘femiman'” (17 May, 2011)

MX (Australia). “Kinky link to playlist” (11 May, 2011)

MX (Australia). “Whoop ass – What is & where do you get it?” (18 March, 2011)

The Age (Australia). “Weeping can woo the world – if the tears are seen as genuine” (13 February, 2011)

Observer (Australia). “What goes around” (12 February, 2011)

AAP Newsfeed. “VIC: Premier absent in first sitting week” (11 February, 2011)

MX (Australia). “Bligh popular: going down in a storm” (4 February, 2011)

MX (Australia). “Uglies get the net numbers” (24 January, 2011)

The Age (Australia). “Absent faces” (03 December, 2010)

Hindustan Times (India). “Australian feminist questions ban on sexy advertisement” (22 October, 2010)

AFP. “Julia Gillard: From ‘Ten Pound Pom’ to Australia’s first woman PM” (September 8, 2010)

AFP. “Is Australian politics a man’s, man’s world?” (September 1, 2010)

The Age (Australia). “Never one of the boys” (June 26, 2010)

Wall Street Journal (Asia). “Leadership change in Australia: New Leader has Labor roots, pragmatic streak” (25 June, 2010)

Sydney Morning Herald (Australia). “It’s not easy being a pioneer: Bligh” (24 June, 2010)

Herald Sun (Australia). “Julia Gillard’s rise to become Prime Minister ‘historic’ for women say Joan Kirner, Raelene Boyle and Emily’s List” (24 June, 2010)

Herald Sun (Australia). “Victorian Premier John Brumby praises Julia Gillard’s rise as Prime Minister amid political reaction to her elevation” (24 June, 2010)

Sydney Morning Herald (Australia). “Retailer applauded for taking quick action” (19 June, 2010)

The Age (Australia). “Doubts over Labor’s anti-sexist push” (16 June, 2010)

MX (Australia). “Australian Rules idol” (5 May, 2010)

Sydney Morning Herald (Australia). “No Money, No Honey” (20 April, 2010)

Sydney Morning Herald (Australia). “The Porn Identity” (19 April, 2010)

Times News Daily (USA). “Their cheating hearts” (28 February, 2010)

Sydney Morning Herald (Australia), “Defaced Facebook tribute sites ‘ultimate in shock value” (24 February, 2010)

Courier Mail (Australia), “Wiped from public view” (18 February, 2010)

Bristol Press (USA), “Aussie talks about feminism in love triangles” (10 February, 2010)

New Britain Herald (USA), “Speaker says cheating damages ‘sisterhood’” (11 February, 2010)

Guardian (UK), “When women are too old to appear on TV” (4 February, 2010)

MX (Australia), “C’mon, girls, do lippy lippy break – So 1943″ (5 November, 2009)

The Times (UK), “Infidelity? Most readers wouldn’t dream of it” (24 October, 2009)

Herald Sun (Australia), “Aussie men need Spanish spice”, (30 September, 2009)

MX (Australia), “Short, sweet-action” (09 September, 2009)

Canberra Times (Australia), “Love Bites in Politics” (05 September, 2009)

Courier Mail (Australia), “Eradicating domestic violence one home at a time” (13 August, 2009)

Scotland on Sunday (UK), “Your Cheatin’ Heart” (05 July, 2009)

Herald-Sun (Australia), “Inside the mind of a footy groupie” (24 May, 2009)

Sunday Telegraph (UK), “Ageless ageing: Age shall not wither them” (11 January, 2009)

The Age (Australia), “(Headless) body messes with minds” (29 October, 2006)