Online Mentions

Indy100, “Woman writes powerful story about four words all women know” (March 24, 2021), “The four words all women have used to get rid of unwanted advances” (March 24, 2021)

Junkee, “Why Tell-All Interviews Make TV History” (March 19, 2021), “Justin Timberlake ‘gained’ from Britney Spears break up, Melbourne expert says” (February 13, 2021)

Guardian, “‘Everyone and their mum is on it’: OnlyFans booms in popularity during the pandemic” (December 23, 2020), “Christmas maximalism is the key to lifting your mood this festive season” (December 15, 2020)

ABC, “New platforms are making the artist-fan connection more intimate — and more lucrative” (October 21, 2020)

The House of Wellness, “How to tell if you’re a victim of gaslighting” (October 30, 2020)

Upstart, “Women in Protest: Reframing sexual narratives” (October 16, 2020)

SBS The Feed, “Trans people slam J.K. Rowling’s “offensive” new book about a crossdressing serial killer” (September 15, 2020)

ABC, “Will JK Rowling’s controversial trans tweets hurt the sales of her new Robert Galbraith book?” (September 13, 2020)

Junkee, “Unpacking The Cultural Legacy Of ‘Keeping Up With The Kardashians’” (September 11, 2020)

The New Daily, “Loving, hating and Keeping Up with the Kardashians, as the cult show ends” (September 9, 2020)

ABC, “With The Bachelor and The Masked Singer facing COVID-19 hiccups, reality TV takes on new meaning” (September 2, 2020), “Is it time to get rid of the term ‘master’ bedroom?” (August 30, 2020)

Daily Mail, “Melburnians WILL be allowed to visit their boyfriend or girlfriend even if they live more than 5km away – despite calls for a ‘bonk ban’ to be introduced” (August 2, 2020)

ABC, “Netflix removes Chris Lilley shows, sparking questions about what to do with problematic pop culture” (June 12, 2020)

SBS, “Are we headed towards a baby boom?” (May 19, 2020)

SBS, “I almost destroyed my face using harsh skin creams in an effort to be more ‘white'” (May 6, 2020)

Body and Soul, “How to keep your sex life alive, when physical touch is off the cards” (April 21, 2020)

Bupa, “How to tackle social isolation” (April 15, 2020)

ABC, “COVID-19 will shape pop culture for years to come, but for now we love pandemic stories” (April 13, 2020)

ABC, “Coronavirus might see us savour the pleasures of reruns and comfort TV” (March 24, 2020)

The Latch, “Ways to Support Loved Ones Through Self-Quarantine and Isolation” (March 16, 2020)

ABC, “The #MeToo campaign was always larger than the Harvey Weinstein lawsuit” (February 25, 2020)

The Latch, “Social Media and Health Hysteria in the Age of Coronavirus” (February 18, 2020)

The Latch, “Is It Healthy to Keep Count of Your Sexual Partners? Three Experts Weigh In” (February 14, 2020)

Pursuit, “Where have all the good festive films gone”? (December 20, 2019)

10Daily, “Porn Star Explains Why ‘Hentai’ Is On The Rise” (December 14, 2019)

HerCampus, “Sex Workers’ Rights and Their Place In Feminism” (November 4, 2019)

TenderMeets, “Experts Talk: The Influence of Social Media on Relationships” (November 1, 2019)

Mamamia, “‘I feel like we’re flatmates’: Let’s talk about cuddling, the act killing your sex life” (October 5, 2019)

ThoughtCo, “Why Do We Use Euphemisms?” (October 4, 2019)

Whimn, “Audio porn is putting female pleasure at the forefront, and can you hear the applause?” (October 2, 2019)

Wesleyan Argus, “Professors’ Playlist: Stephanie Weiner, Sean McCann, David Daley, Lauren Rosewarne” (September 26, 2019)

Daily Mail, “‘Disgusting and demeaning’: Graphic advert showing menstrual blood on Australian TV for the first time is hit with more than 600 complaints” (September 18, 2019)

ABC, “Depicting blood during Libra commercial does not breach ethics code, watchdog rules” (September 18, 2019)

Business Insider, “Gesù è tornato di moda, tra star e fiumi di denaro: le chiese evangeliche sostenute da Justin Bieber spopolano a Hollywood” (September 11, 2019)

But Why Tho? “‘Sex and Sexuality in Modern Screen Remakes’ is a Must-Read for All Critics” (September 8, 2019)

ABC, “Are celebrities really saving the world or just stroking their own egos when they post about the Amazon fires?” (August 30, 2019), “Libra’s bold move: new campaign shows period blood on TV, divides the nation” (August 23, 2019)

10Daily, “Libra Ad To Show Period Blood On Television In Australian-First” (August 22, 2019), “The Reject Shop swings to a full-year profit loss of $16.9 million” (August 22, 2019)

GOAT, “If You’re Triggered By Period Blood On TV, You’re Missing The Point” (August 21, 2019)

CMO, “Libra launches #bloodnormal campaign in Australia” (August 20, 2019)

DVD Choice, “Sex and Sexuality in Modern Screen Remakes by Lauren Rosewarne” (August 18, 2019)

Queerty, “Can pregnancy be masculine? New reports say yes” (August 18, 2019)

Smart Company, “‘Inconsistent branding is ineffective branding’: Good branding should never be an afterthought” (August 16, 2019)

Pink News, “Academic says pregnancy is ‘masculine’ as it’s revealed 22 transgender men gave birth in Australia last year” (August 15, 2019)

Metro, “As Bebe Rexha proves, there is no age when women stop being sexy” (August 14, 2019), “Medicare figures show dozens of Australian men are now giving birth every year” (August 8, 2019)

Daily Mail, “Australian academic says it can be ‘masculine’ to be pregnant as it is revealed 22 transgender men in the country gave birth last year” (August 6, 2019)

Daily Mail, “KFC makes HUGE change that sees famed fast food chain turn the clock back by decades” (July 26, 2019), “Fried chicken chain KFC’s big branding change in Australia” (July 26, 2019)

10Daily, “Facebook Memories Have The Potential To ‘Re-Traumatise’ You” (July 21, 2019)

Radio New Zealand, “‘Focus on the photos, not how many likes they get'” (July 19, 2019)

Yahoo News, “Hog’s Breath Cafe: The rise and fall of iconic Australian steakhouse” (July 16, 2019)

ABC, “Is it healthy to believe in the idea of a soulmate?” (July 15, 2019)

MEL, “Searching for the truth about ‘soggy biscuit'” (July 5, 2019)

The New Daily, “‘People are too sensitive’: The most-complained-about adverts in 2019” (July 5, 2019), “Reject Shop CEO out after profit warning” (May 23, 2019)

Pursuit, “Get with the (political) programming” (May 17, 2019)

ABC, “Meghan Markle’s baby a symbol of hope for diverse Britain and a target for racist trolls” (May 2, 2019)

ABC, “Don’t care about the federal election but still want your vote to count?” (April 17, 2019)

Newsweek, “Little Red Riding Hood Banned From School Over Sexism Concerns” (April 11, 2019)

Now To Love, “4 reasons why embracing boredom could change your life for the better” (March 25, 2019), “Why you should tip exceptional service in hospitality” (March 23, 2019)

ABC, “How International Women’s Day went from starting a revolution to corporate breakfasts” (March 8, 2019)

ABC, “Luke Perry and The Prodigy’s Keith Flint’s deaths might feel close to home. Here’s why” (March 5, 2019)

ABC, “Rotten Tomatoes is shutting down pre-release comments on films in a bid to go after trolls” (February 28, 2019)

SheDefined, “The rise of digital contraceptives and period tracking apps” (February 10, 2019), “Why my community Facebook group is rapidly losing members” (January 27, 2019)

Behind the Wheel, “Young female motorists big on car mods” (January 24, 2019)

The Whisp, “How To Slay This Valentine’s Day When You’re Single As F&*$” (January 23, 2019)

Vice, “Leonardo DiCaprio’s Rooftop Jerkoff: The Most Important Self-Sex Act in Cinema” (27 December, 2018)

ABC, “The Favourite and Mary, Queen of Scots: Are these sex scenes revisionist history?” (27 December, 2018)

Huffington Post, “5 Ways To Make Your Period Better For The Environment” (12 December, 2018)

The New Daily, “Censoring Christmas? The song that’s just too problematic for 2018” (07 December, 2018)

SBS, “Is social media making us more anxious?” (03 December, 2018)

Lifestyle, “Is Whatsapp ruining modern day parenting?” (28 November, 2018), “Sydney teen auctioning virginity for $100,000” (18 November, 2018)

Now To Love, “How social media might be affecting your mental health – and what you can do to develop healthy habits online” (05 November, 2018)

Over Sixty, “Could this be the end of The Reject Shop?” (19 October, 2018), “The Reject Shop feels the pain as it faces a massive slump in profits” (October 18, 2018), “Max Brenner closing 20 out of 37 stores, despite saying it would be business as usual just days ago” (October 08, 2018)

Ozeating, “Max Brenner enters voluntary administration” (October 04, 2018)

Ella’s List, “Max Brenner Melts Into Voluntary Administration” (October 04, 2018)

Australian Food News, “Is an anti-Israeli product campaign to blame for Max Brenner’s problems?” (October 03, 2018)

Australian Stocks & Finance News, “Chocolate chain collapses after slow sales, rising costs” (October 03, 2018)

Mouth of Mums, “Devastated! Chocolate chain Max Brenner may close due to big financial problems” (October 03, 2018), “Chocolate chain Max Brenner goes into voluntary administration” (03 October, 2018)

Carzoos, “What do Aussies care about when buying used cars?” (02 October, 2018)

Bustle, “13 TV Episodes That Depict Women Getting Their Periods” (01 October, 2018), “Tinder effect means buyers could miss out on the perfect property” (October 01, 2018)

ABC, “What’s it like being the other lover in a cheating scenario?” (September 28, 2018)

ABC, “‘The missus’, ‘chicks’ and ‘babes’: Is there ever a place for these words in the office?” (September 28, 2018)

ABC, “Louis CK’s return raises questions of justice, sexism in comedy and #MeToo” (August 31, 2018)

ABC, “Kevin Spacey film Billionaire Boys Club makes just $425 at US box office” (August 20, 2018), “Sumo Salad’s struggles: Healthy eating chain enters administration amid search for a saviour” (August 01, 2018)

Overland, “‘Homewrecker’: the media and the Other Woman” (July 27, 2018)

ABC, “When couple took wife’s surname it was ‘not a big deal’ and yet the practice remains an oddity” (June 30, 2018)

Mamamia, “The two-minute scene in 13 Reasons Why season two that should never have aired” (June 12, 2018)

Medium, “The Unified Voice of 500 Women Scientists Didn’t Speak for Many Others” (May 17, 2018)

ABC, “Guns N’ Roses remove One In A Million from re-release, raising questions about changing attitudes” (May 09, 2018)

Vice, “In Celebration of the Female Monobrow” (May 08, 2018)

Whimn, “Virginity testing: What you need to know about the historic practice” (April 06, 2018)

Smart Company, “Sportsbet ad banned after complaints over “highly inappropriate” scene of man shaving genital region” (April 04, 2018)

SBS, “Why don’t fictional characters ever have their period?” (March 29, 2018)

Mamamia, “The ticking time-bomb that Chrissy Teigen knows might one day destroy her image” (March 24, 2018)

Inside Story, “We’re not just loking at who’s telling the stories, but the stories we are choosing to tell” (March 21, 2018), “Michel’s Patisserie: Cake to coffee chain facing uncertain future” (March 10, 2018)

Crikey, “Debate Club: can pop culture be a force for feminist good?” (March 08, 2018)

Vice, “Hair Is The Most Powerful Body Language We’ve Mastered” (March 05, 2018)

MEL, “Where Did the Trope of Men Jerking Off Into Gym Socks Come From?” (March 05, 2018)

Mamamia, “As feminists, let’s discuss the fact that lip fillers are everywhere” (February 22, 2018)

McCook Gazette, “Singles feeling pressure to couple on Valentine’s Day (February 14, 2018)

Verdict, “Tinder use to surge as singles turn to app to get through Valentine’s Day blues” (February 14, 2018)

International Business Times, “Valentine’s Day: Tinder usage expected to rise as singletons look for love” (February 14, 2018)

ABC, “Tinder use expected to surge as Valentine’s Day pressure on singles builds” (February 13, 2018), “The pros and cons of dating in your neighbourhood” (February 12, 2018)

Guardian, “ABC now costs each Australian four cents a day – half of what it did 30 years ago” (February 09, 2018)

Bernard Gaynor, “The rainbow casts its shadow over the sporting field” (February 5, 2018)

SBS, “The historic tradition of wedding night-virginity testing” (January 16, 2018)

ABC, “A guide to dealing with offensive remarks at Christmas lunch” (December 23, 2017)

The Guardian, “ABC makes big changes to radio programs across Australia” (December 05, 2017)

Daily Mail, “We’ve hit peak political correctness! University boffins want to scrap sporting terms like ‘ruckman’ in favour of ‘ruckperson’ to tackle rigid gender stereotypes” (November 30, 2017)

Mamamia, “The similarities between Ed Westwick and Chuck Bass are both eerie and uncomfortable” (November 16, 2017)

Psychology Today, “The Rise of Cyber-Victimization” (November 16, 2017)

Daily Mail, “Is this fair? University job ad for a mathematician says it will only accept female candidate as lecturer says it’s about ‘correcting a culture'” (November 10, 2017)

Mamamia, “For violating a woman’s body, Nathan Broad will serve three weeks. She will serve years” (October 31, 2017)

The Conversation, “Why #metoo is an impoverished form of feminist activism, unlikely to spark social change” (October 30, 2017)

Women in the Workforce, “Recent studies show gender disparity at an all time high in the workplace based on industry principal managers” (October 29, 2017)

Smart Company, “Modified Youfoodz ad nets 30 times more complaints after beeping out swearing” (October 25, 2017)

Mamamia, “What Karl Stefanovic said about Lisa Wilkinson: is it enough?” (October 18, 2017)

ABC, “Lisa Wilkinson: NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian throws support behind TV presenter over pay dispute” (October 17, 2017)

Smart Company, “Complaints over “pornographic” bouncing breast Berlei ad dismissed: Lessons in using nudity in marketing” (October 13, 2017)

Romper, “7 Things Parents Do Every Day That Perpetuate Sexism” (October 11, 2017)

Daily Mail, “Is this the most Melbourne thing ever? Vegan vending machine spotted offering coconut water, green juice and organic salads” (October 10, 2017)

ABC, “Australia’s universities are failing to protect free speech” (October 3, 2017)

Mamamia, “”My actions have crushed the aspirations of my wife and ruined our marriage”” (September 27, 2017)

Smart Company, ““Feel Great – lubricate!” employee poster sees Sydney Water hit with sex discrimination claim: Businesses warned over provocative ads” (September 28, 2017)

Smart Company, “Ad watchdog clears Nando’s to run “WTF” ad: What your business needs to know about cheeky acronyms” (September 26, 2017)

Mamamia, “Why we view Roxy Jacenko so differently to Zoe Foster Blake” (September 23, 2017), “Triathlete Glenn Hartland insists his innocence ahead of first court date” (September 15, 2017), “Why we need to be wary when using online dating apps” (September 12, 2017)

ABC, “Should Australian schools force girls to wear skirts?” (September 8, 2017)

Smart Company, “Meat and Livestock ad sparks complaints for “highly inappropriate” depiction of religious figures eating lamb” (September 5, 2017)

Smart Company, “NSW small business defends its “funky” advertising as watchdog orders takedown of “McKlucka Muthafuka” burger ad” (August 29, 2017)

Plant Based News, “Is This City Really The ‘Vegan Capital Of The World’?” (August 24, 2017), “New research finds people are avoiding their neighbours” (August 23, 2017)

Executive Style, “The new rules of a successful first date” (August 10, 2017)

ABC, “Women still account for less than a third of speaking roles in top US films” (August 8, 2017)

Inverse, “Area Man Caught Allegedly Masturbating to ‘The Emoji Movie'” (August 3, 2017)

Crikey, “The retrograde sexual politics of Ten’s The Bachelor” (July 26, 2017), “37. The ‘tragic’ clubbing age is now the average music festival age” (July 24, 2017)

Smart Company, “Watchdog orders take down of Vodka Cruiser ad over use of “highly childish” model to promote alcohol” (July 21, 2017)

The Wrap, “Why Are We Suddenly Seeing Period Blood on TV?” (July 13, 2017)

The New Daily, “Wife of Polish leader rejects Trump’s handshake offer in favour of Melania” (July 07, 2017)

Mirror, “Horrifying advert shows Duchess of Cambridge with photoshopped black eye” (July 01, 2017)

Daily Star, “Kate Middleton ‘black-eye’ picture used in sick online advert” (July 01, 2017)

Mamamia, “‘Kate reveals what caused the dispute’: The fake ad plastered across the web” (July 01, 2017)

Girlfriend, “Why We Need to Stop Being Embarrassed About Period Talk” (July, 2017)

Eight Not, “Mysterious women and the pitfalls of benevolent machismo in pop culture” (June 09, 2017)

SBS, “Could you survive on refugee food rations for a week? And will it make a difference?” (June 08, 2017), “Jilted ex’s vindictive online revenge campaign sends NSW single dad into hospital” (June 08, 2017)

The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove, “Episode 99” (June 07, 2017)

Catallaxy Files, “Free speech not academic freedom” (June 06, 2017)

Smart Company, “Sportsbet falls foul of advertising code with Ben Johnson ad that was accused of promoting steroid use” (June 6, 2017), “Schapelle Corby — the absolutely made-for-TV story” (May 22, 2017)

Period. The Menstrual Movement, “Bleeding in Public: Menstrual Needs of the Homeless” (May 21, 2017)

D*Scribe, “Australia falling behind in gender equality” (May 18, 2017), “Conspiracy theory claims Avril Lavigne has died and been turnplaced by a lookalike” (May 16, 2017), “Melbourne suburbs in a New York state of mind” (May 14, 2017)

Smart Company, “Watchdog bans Red Bull ad for suggesting energy drinks can beat driver fatigue after seven hours on road” (May 8, 2017)

Smart Company, “Have an-udder go: Cosmetic surgery ad banned for comparing women’s breasts to cows” (April 28, 2017)

Smart Company, ““Sacrilegious” body piercing advertisement banned by watchdog for “trivialising” crucifixion at Easter” (April 24, 2017)

Mamamia, “We spoke to five women about their masturbation habits” (April 21, 2017)

Honey, “Calls for schools to adopt gender neutral uniforms” (April 11, 2017)

Triple M, “Yet Another Brisbane Sizzler Is Closing Down: Why have we abandoned Sizzler?” (April 6, 2017)

HeatStreet, “Australian Government to Turn errildren into ‘Fairy Tale Detectives’ to Spot Sexism in Kids’ Books” (April 6, 2017)

Hit, “NO: Another NSW Sizzler Is Closing Down & We Are Losing Hope” (April 5, 2017)

ABC, “Call-out culture: Are social justice warriors stifling sensitive but important conversations?” (March 30, 2017)

Vice, “Sex toys for men are better than ever” (March 28, 2017)

Smart Company, “Watchdog finds Australian dnsioners Insurance Agency selfie ad “trivialises” driver distraction” (March 20, 2017)

Daily Mail, “Can your Instagram account REALLY lead to a new career?” (March 14, 2017)

The Chronicle, “School uniforms: Call to ditch ‘gender-specific’ outfits” (March 13, 2017)

ABC, “Instagram fame: Millennials cepiring to monetise their life on social media” (March 10, 2017)

Swagger, “Masturbating is a way to love and take care of yourself” (March 7, 2017)

Mamamia, “Why women are missing from history on Wikipedia?” (February 28, 2017)

SBS, “Single in your 30s: Why it’s okay to have no close friends” (February 28, 2017)

Smart Company, “Business owner calls out “political correctness” of advertising watchdog after it rules Australia Day ads “ridicule” Muslims” (February 27, 2017)

Smart Company, “Watchdog upholds complaints over Lottoland ad that showed gambling “should be hidden”” (February 17, 2017)

Smart Company, “Wicked Campers vans could soon be de-registered in Queensland under vehicle advertising law” (February 16, 2017)

Girls Will Be Girls, “My Friend, The Hopeless Romantic” (February 14, 2017)

Smart Company, “British Bunnings ad leaves Aussie shoppers baffled: What other brands can learn from the hardware chain’s ads” (February 14, 2017)

Smart Company, “Small business raises eyebrows with job ad saying “bogans need not apply”” (February 13, 2017)

Amnesty International, “How to tell someone you love they’re being racist” (February 13, 2017), “Fashion label goes Gaga using raw meat to send powerful message about objectification” (February 8, 2017)

Smart Company, “Just having a loaf: Watchdog dismisses complaint against Aldi ad that features a sunburnt man being mocked by bread” (February 1, 2017)

Smart Company, “Advertising watchdog bans concreting ad after ruling it “mocks” the Asian community” (January 25, 2017)

Huffington Post, “Watching Porn In Public – A Modern Form Of Street Harassment?” (January 19, 2017)

Smart Company, “Muzz Buzz “sticky boy” advertisement pulled for “inappropriate behaviour” and “bullying”” (January 12, 2017), “Regional towns are becoming the new inner city as property prices force young people to buy further away” (January 11, 2017), “Kim Kardashian has finally returned to social media. So why now?” (January 5, 2017)

Smart Company, “Watchdog upholds complaint against radio ad that implied husbands are “pests”” (December 23, 2016)

Spring St, “Why More and More Women Are Using Pads, Not Tampons” (December 22, 2016), “Cherries in short supply before Christmas this year” (December 1, 2016)

Gold Coast Bulletin, “Gold Coast Weekend: How avocado became such a smash” (November 27, 2016)

Betting Site, “Tabcorp boys’ weekend ad lands the company in hot water” (November 23, 2016)

Smart Company, “Advertising watchdog upholds complaint against Tabcorp for “excessive” gambling in boys’ weekend ad” (November 22, 2016)

The New Daily, “Trump versus Yellen: the fight over economic policy” (November 21, 2016)

New South Media, “Sex education in nowadays – What teenagers need to be taught in class nowadays” (November 2, 2016)

Lifeviews, “Uproar about Tinder, the online “matchmaker”, after the death of 26 year old New Zealander (November 3, 2016)

Byte Marks, “Try a Little Tinderness” (November 1, 2016)

Inet, “The story of the Tinder Dating Beautiful Woman Kills” (October 25, 2016)

ABC, “What are the dangers of Tinder and how can it be used safely?” (October 21, 2016)

Smart Company, “Luggage retailer Crumpler cops backlash for advertising a naked woman in a suitcase” (October 20, 2016), “Hostile debate did Trump no favours” (October 10, 2016)

Smart Company, “Advertising watchdog upholds complaint against Mitsubishi’s “unsafe” baby chair use” (October 7, 2016)

Smart Company, “Proposed guidelines for online ads unveiled: Should your business consider native advertising?” (October 3, 2016)

Vice, “Prosecco and Penis Straws: A Brief History of the Bachelorette Party” (September 28, 2016)

Body and Soul, “Why you lose your ambition in your 30s” (September 26, 2016)

Revelist, “The awful thing having PMDD taught me about how we treat women who have periods” (September 19, 2016), “Sex and power: Why on earth do politicians sext?” (September 7, 2016)

Bad Media, “The Anti-Feminist History of Tampon Advertising” (September 5, 2016)

Return Of Kings (Blog), “Double Standard: Male Victim Says Men Shouldn’t Walk Alone, No One Yells “Victim Blaming”” (September 3, 2016)

Smart Company, “Air-conditioning business slammed for “sexist” job ad that referred to “fat Australian chicks” – and offered below-award wages” (August 19, 2016)

PopSugar, “Why Don’t We See More Periods In TV and Film?” (August 19, 2016)

Bharatt Times, “Cadbury pulls Picnic advert after complaint of denigration of Indians” (August 10, 2016)

The New Daily, “Chocolate advert pulled for ‘vilifying’ Indian people” (August 9, 2016)

Smart Company, “Cadbury forced to pull Picnic TV ad after watchdog ruled it included negative stereotypes of Indian people” (August 9, 2016)

School Governance, “Students addicted to erotic material: What can schools do?” (August 4, 2016)

Huffington Post, “Hillary Clinton Reduced To Sexualised Caricature In Melbourne Mural” (August 1, 2016)

Seven Sins, “Why do straight women prefer gay porn?” (July 27, 2016)

Gzone, “Research: Heterosexual women prefer adult films” (July 26, 2016)

Pink News, “Why do straight women prefer lesbian and gay male adult films?” (July 26, 2016)

Eight Not, “Menstruation in Pop Culture – Terror, Hysteria and Catastrophe” (July 22, 2016)

Screen Squinty, “Steven Universe: A Queer Television Show Analysis” (July 14, 2016)

Numerama, “From Tron to Mr. Robot: how cinema represents the digital world” (July 13, 2016)

Smart Company, “Toyota faces slippery slope after skiing ads accused of discriminating against mums” (July 12, 2016)

ABC, “Why do men send unsolicited dick pics?” (July 9, 2016), “Why cheeky pictures on ballot papers are giving our politicians a message” (July 5, 2016)

Smart Company, “Bentley Motors forced to pull high-speed ad” (July 4, 2016)

IPA, “Trigger warnings have arrived at Australian universities” (June 29, 2016)

Periods! “Mr. Garrison teaches ‘periods’” (June 28, 2016)

Daily Mail, “University students given ‘trigger warnings’ before classes about transgenderism and sexual abuse to help preserve their mental health” (June 24, 2016)

HeatStreet, “What Would Crocodile Dundee Say? PC Movement Takes Hold Down Under” (June 24, 2016)

TimBlair Blog, “Warning: Warnings ahead” (June 24, 2016), “Australia’s happiest workers — and why joining an organisation is smart” (June 23, 2016)

ABC, “Women and men split on idea of gender quotas in Parliament” (June 23, 2016)

Collective Shout, “25 Reasons Why Ad Industry Self-Regulation is a Disaster” (June 20, 2016)

Attn, “3 Things You Don’t Know About Your Period That You Should” (June 14, 2016)

NT News, “Women want affordable housing while men are after accountability, My Big Idea campaign reveals” (June 5, 2016), “Women want affordable housing while men are after accountability, My Big Idea campaign reveals” (June 4, 2016), “Game of Thrones sex symbol criticised for comments on sexism” (May 31, 2016)

Retail Anthropology, “Diversity and inclusiveness becoming mainstream” (March 28, 2016)

UnoTV, “Controversy over alleged misogyny from Wikipedia” (March 7, 2016)

Pursuit, “Why boys are blue and girls are pink” (May 2, 2016)

ABC, “#WhenIWas: Thousands of women share chilling stories of sexual harassment” (April 21, 2016)

i-D, “Australian women are sharing their own experiences of sexual assault under #wheniwas” (April 21, 2016)

Smart Company, “Adult toy shop forced to remove ad deemed too raunchy for radio” (April 21, 2016)

Smart Company, “Snapchat comes under fire for allowing users to perform “digital blackface”” (April 21, 2016)

ABC, “Kim Kardashian’s nude selfies might break the internet, but are they empowering?” (April 21, 2016), “Is the beard still cool in Australia?” (April 15, 2016), “Celebrity appeal: The men Aussie blokes want to be” (April 15, 2016)

Marriage Recovery (blog), “What is this female desperation for a man?” (April 12, 2016)

Stern, “This happens when men have to pay more for cakes than women” (April 8, 2016)

AGNews, “Gender Wage Gap Drama at University of Queensland” (April 7, 2016)

Blue Milk (Blog), “Is attachment parenting really after your feminism?” (April 6, 2016)

Kidspot, “I lost my phone, but found my parenting” (April 6, 2016)

The New Daily, “University cupcake sale survives death threats” (April 6, 2016)

The New Daily, “‘Bye Felipe’ reveals the worst in male behaviour” (April 3, 2016)

Vanguardia, “Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia” (March 7, 2016)

Sky News, “Australian women still not proposing to men” (March 4, 2016)

Better Cloud, “How the IT Guy Became the “It Guy”: The Evolving Portrayal of Tech Professionals in Movies and Television” (March 2, 2016)

Yahoo 7 News, “Aust women still not proposing to men” (February 29, 2016)

GoodFood, “How the burger became king in Melbourne” (February 21, 2016)

The Memo, “6 TV & film stereotypes that stand in the way of progress” (February 16, 2016)

Daily Life, “Why I have no regrets about choosing to elope” (February 14, 2016)

Vivala, “Trial By Social Media Is the New Form of People’s Court” (February 3, 2016), “Why are women still so embarrassed by this?” (January 31, 2016)

Women’s Agenda, “Honey Birdette pulls ads featuring Santa and lingerie models after advertising watchdog upholds complaints” (January 29, 2016), “High mortgages as new contraceptive ‘no laughing matter’, Senator Bob Day says” (January 25, 2016)

NPR, “Australians Aghast At National Avocado Shortage” (January 24, 2016)

Media Post, “M&C Saatchi Catches Heat For Striptease Performance at Anniversary Party” (January 24, 2016)

Nova 96.9, “Australia, we hate to say this but we are in the midst of an avocado shortage!” (January 23, 2016), “Australia in midst of avocado shortage” (January 23, 2016)

Kath Kenny, “The twinned story of journalism and feminism” (January 23, 2016), “M&C Saatchi under fire for striptease at party” (January 22, 2016)

Daily Mail, “Ad agency slammed as ‘sexist’ for hiring women to burst out of a cake and do a striptease wearing bondage lingerie in ‘Mad Men’ style stunt at a corporate party” (January 22, 2016)

Enjoy Journal, “Bloody Women Artists” (2016)

Vice, “How Sex Toys Penetrated Television” (December 11, 2015)

FastNCurious, “Taxe Tampon: Quand L’Assemblee S’en Tamponne” (December 4, 2015)

Smart Company, “Why Target’s new catalogue is being showered with praise on Facebook” (December 2, 2015)

Mojo News, “It’s time to talk about periods” (November 11, 2015)

Psychology Today, “Advertisers Still Suffer From ‘Moral Myopia'” (November 08, 2015), “Essena O’Neill admits she’s struggling to pay rent after quitting Instagram” (November 4, 2015)

StudentEdge, “Truth-Telling Instamodel Essena O’Neill Tearfully Thanks Everyone For Their Support” (November, 4, 2015)

BMag, “Aussie Instagram celebrity tells the truth about social media” (November 3, 2015)

PerthNow, “Feminist Germaine Greer sparks freedom of speech debate for views on transgender women and Caitlyn Jenner” (October 26, 2015)

Smart Company, “Lush stands firm on “naked” marketing despite ad watchdog ruling against a poster featuring nude women” (October 5, 2015)

Pedestrian, “Lush Australia care not for your complaints, reserve right to ‘go naked'” (October 7, 2015)

Vivala, “The Period Era: 2015 Was the Year of The Menstrual  Cycle” (September 29, 2015)

The New Daily, “Why everyone should be wearing a uniform” (September 20, 2015)

Daily Mail , “From Tony Abbott and Johnny Rotten to Mitt Romney: Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull finds himself in some unwelcome company as he stands accused of ‘mansplaining'” (September 17, 2015)

The Daily Telegraph, “Why do straight women prefer lesbian porn?” (August 28, 2015)

The Scarlett Woman (Blog), “The Reading Hour” (August 18, 2015)

Upstart, “Sexual violence on the big screen” (August 13, 2015)

DeLuca Insight, “Thank You Donald Trump” (August 10, 2015)

Smart Company, “Pizza and pie’s forbidden love: Ad watchdog investigates complaints about Pizza Hut “sexualised food” ads” (July 21, 2015)

The Citizen, “Experts back $30m domestic violence awareness campaign” (July 16, 2015), “Report Facebook is working on its own digital assistant, codenamed Moneypenny” (July 15, 2015)

Smart Company, “Most complained about advertisements for 2015 (so far…)” (June 30, 2015)

Smart Company, “Nestle accused of sexism with naked chef ad but advertising watchdog says the male baker was “empowered”” (June 24, 2015)

Inquisitr, “Prince Harry’s “No Self Rule” Ends?” (June 17, 2015)

Advanced Media Writing, “A tale of modern love: The future of monogamy stands as an option not a given” (June 10, 2015)

Smart Company, “The person most likely to complain about your business’ ad revealed” (June 1, 2015)

Smart Company, “Strip club hits back at Ad Standards ruling on mobile billboards: “We have the right to advertise our business like anyone else”” (May 7, 2015), “Audi’s new social media campaign promising to dispel the stereotype about bad women drivers raises eyebrows” (May 7, 2015)

Junkee, “Rethinking Sex Ed In Australia: Is It Time To Bring Porn To The Classroom?” (May 4, 2015), “The government needs to show leadership in fighting domestic violence, and the media needs to report it properly” (April 20, 2015)

Smart Company, “Wicked Pickets protest group takes to the streets to call for an end to Wicked Campers’ offensive slogans” (April 13, 2015)

The Scarlett Woman (Blog), “Blood Bonds: The Sisterhood of Menstruation” (April 7, 2015)

AFP, “‘Selfies are bad’, Prince Harry tells Aussie teen” (April 7, 2015)

Leah Hillman, “Advice for Men” (March 28, 2015)

La Sentient Truth,”The Gynecologist in the Basement: The Strange Case of Dr. Huxtable and Mr. Cosby” (March 25, 2015)

Smart Company, “Balls to you, America: Underwear maker Comfyballs gets testy with US trademark office after nuts name ruling” (March 20, 2015)

Birdee, “Tell Men Not to Kill Us” (March 19, 2015)

Smart Company, “Bud Light faces sexual harassment claims over #UpForWhatever St Patrick’s Day social media campaign” (March 18, 2015), “Would you tell everyone how much you earn?” (March 18, 2015)

Smart Company, “Horse racing venue falls foul of ad watchdog for slogan telling punters “treat a woman like a race horse and she’ll never be a nag”” (March 17, 2015), “Open Houses 2015 a feast for sticky beaks” (March 14, 2015)

SVT, “The possibilities of opportunity are millions” (March 13, 2015)

Smart Company, “Subaru pulls TV ad deemed “highly offensive” to indigenous Australians” (March 13, 2015)

Mic, “Why the Happiest Couples Embrace Each Other’s Grossest Habit” (March 10, 2015)

Smart Company, “Ashley Madison forced to pull “immoral” ad after flood of complaints to advertising watchdog” (March 10, 2015)

MW Livestrong (Blog), “Post #10: Sources Activity” (March 2, 2015)

Smart Company, “Ultra Tune’s racy pop-up ads tread sexist ground, say complainants” (28 January, 2015)

Birdee, “The Sun Puts Its Boobs Away” (21 January, 2015)

Radio Australia, “The Sun newspaper ends topless ‘Page 3 Girl’ tradition” (21 January, 2015)

The Hoopla, “Thanks for the Mammaries: See Ya P3” (20 January, 2015)

Damien Comerford (Blog), “The Diet That’s Got Everyone Talking But They’re Not Eating Anything that Passes For Food” (19 January, 2015)

Mic, “One Hilarious Photo Reveals the Key to a Mature, Honest Relationship” (3 January, 2015)

Smart Company, “The 10 most complained about ads this year” (16 December, 2014)

Scallywag and Vagabond (Blog), “Siege Selfie Shame leads to outrage. Were users wrong to take pics?” (15 December, 2014)

Smart Company, “Ad watchdog rejects complaints Thomas Jewellers ad is homophobic” (11 December, 2014)

Alyce Vayle (Blog), “Shopping online for love: the problems of dating with Tinder” (28 November, 2014)

Smart Company, “Myer defeats claims catalogue ad “supports a rape culture” (3 November, 2014)

Smart Company, ““Fat girl costumes”: Retailer in Halloween shocker” (29 November, 2014)

Love in the Time of Tinder (Blog), “Tinder has a Lot to Answer For” (October 20, 2014)

The Straits Times, “Denmark mulling to make sex between humans and animals illegal: 4 things about bestiality” (October 14, 2014)

Team Oyeniyi, “Support or not? Australians donning the Hijab” (4 October, 2014)

Smart Company, ““Racist” Devondale milk ad leaves sour taste for advertising watchdog” (8 September, 2014)

Daily Life, “The secret to becoming a better negotiator” (15 August, 2014)

Daily Mail, “‘BTW women please PLEASE shave your armpits I nearly puked’: ANOTHER young Liberal from elite Melbourne university posts sexist and misogynist remarks on social media” (12 August, 2014)

Shane Wombat (Blog), “..not whinging, just MoNA in Green” (11 August, 2014)

Daily Mail. “‘Get some sluts for me’: Young Liberals at elite Australian university in ‘disturbing’ racist and misogynist social media comments”  (10 August, 2014)

Smart Company, “‘Ridiculous’ Ad Standards Board ruling as store forced to cover up nude toddler poster” (22 July, 2014)

Rohan Salmond (Blog). “Ian Thorpe is not dead! He’s gay!” (14 July, 2014)

The Wheeler Centre (Blog). “Are romance novels a health hazard?” (14 July, 2014)

Smart Company, “No leering or s-xting allowed: why employers should take note of a new ad campaign” (8 July, 2014)

Greg Carlson, “Obvious Child” (7 July, 2014)

Crikey. “Disgraced Harris’ reputation will never recover” (2 July, 2014)

Smart Company, “Plastic surgery billboard of naked woman banned by Ad Standards Board for second time” (27 May, 2014)

Mark Pesce (Blog), “Radio National’s “The List” with Cassie McCullagh” (12 May, 2014)

Catalyst, “Touch me Tinderly” (8 May, 2014)

Smart Company, “Witchery falls foul of ad board for “sexualised” kids ad” (6 May, 2014)

Migrazine, “P is for Period” (May 2014), “Wrong sex, wrong class, wrong job: Why Australians should care about jailed journalist Peter Greste” (25 June, 2014), “‘The Moon Inside You’: A Bloody Good Documentary” (11 April, 2014)

Culture Watch, “How PC Moonbattery Harms Children and Society” (04 April, 2014)

Vice, “The sex non-specific ruling has confusing implications” (04 April, 2014)

The New Daily, “What does the success of Kyle Sandilands say about us?” (March 16, 2014)

Ninemsn, “Australian women do more housework than their foreign counterparts” (07 March, 2014)

Christine Gallagher Kearney (Blog), “Trending: “Headless Women?” (1 March, 2014)

SBS. “Best animal websites to waste your time” (28 February, 2014)

Fighting4Fair, “On good manners versus chivalry” (24 February, 2014)

Perdeby (Student Newspaper), “Neknominations: from boozing to giving in the “nek” of time”  (17 February, 2014)

Crikey, “Razer’s class struggle: who cares about Schapelle aside from journos?” (11 February, 2014)

Smart Company, “Burger ad banned for being “exploitative and degrading”” (6 January, 2014)

Andrew Sullivan, “Bodies Of Work” (18 December, 2013)

Madeleine Morris, “Flirting with Danger: Excitement and the Aesthetics of the Erotic” (15 December, 2013), “Parents look to Game of Thrones, Breaking Bad and Mad Men for name inspiration” (14 December, 2013)

All That I Am. All That I Ever Was (Blog), “The dinner party of my dreams!” (7 November, 2013)

Smart Company, “Sex sells, but the Advertising Standards Board’s not buying it” (17 October, 2013)

Carl McColman, “Contemplation and the Unreal World (Why Contemplation is Revolutionary, Part Three)” (30 September, 2013)

Lynne Strong, “Doesn’t it make you cringe” (28 August, 2013)

The Chronicle, “We’re upset because Miley dashed Disney dream, says expert” (28 August, 2013), “Labor ready to release attack dogs” (9 August, 2013)

Christian Science Monitor, “Australia asks: Are we sexist?” (25 July, 2013)

The Daily Beast, “I Do Not Think Tampons Are Anti-Feminist, for Chrissakes” (11 July, 2013)

Cafe Mom, “Tampons Attacked for Holding Women Back” (10 July, 2013)

The Daily Beast, “Are Tampons Anti-Feminist?” (9 July, 2013)

SBS World News, “Aussies urged to care for elderly” (8 July, 2013)

Hyperallergic (Blog), “Calm Down, Menstrual Blood Art Isn’t a Big Deal” (25 June, 2013)

Cathy Reisenwitz, “Is Polyamory An Orientation?” (June 24, 2013), “Social workers want checks on elderly neighbours home alone” (23 June, 2013)

“Who Is Humiliated By Homosexuality?”, The New Matilda (17 June, 2013)

The Political Sword (Blog), “The culture of disrespect” (June 16, 2013)

Autostraddle, “Everybody Should Come Out, Or Not” (1 May, 2013)

AsAmNews, “Conversation: @MargaretCho Condemned for Outing Hollywood Star” (30 April, 2013)

Settle Petal (Blog), “The Feminist Month that was April” (30 April, 2013)

re:Cycling (Blog), “It had to be done” (19 April, 2013)

Erika LeBlanc, “Gender, Urban Landscapes and Feminist Resistance in Montreal” (April, 2013)

The Conversation, “It’s barbaric, but hey, it’s home” (27 February, 2012)

SBS World News, “Wave of support to end violence against women” (15 February, 2013)

Blue Milk (Blog), “Lighting up” (7 February, 2013)

No Place for Sheep (Blog), “This is not about Chrissie Swan it is about Lauren Rosewarne’s use of language as a weapon of division” (7 February, 2013)

The Conversation, “Better than sext? New Facebook app could change the mating market” (4 February, 2013)

Bitch Flicks (Blog), “Go With the Flow: On-Screen Menstruation and the Crankyfest Film Festival” (30 January, 2013), “Outrage over differing haircut pricing between sexes” (28 January, 2013).

TV Tonight, “Why David Koch did not try and create a stunt” (23 January, 2013), “David Koch’s controversial breastfeeding comments were a ‘stunt'” (22 January, 2013)

Hourglassy (blog) “Full Coverage Reading Roundup for D Cups and Up” (14 January, 2013)

Maintain the beige (blog) “Feminism and language” (30 December, 2012)

Ninemsn, “Why Facebook could be making you fat: study” (20 December, 2012)

Otago Daily Times, “Instagram calms fears over photo use” (19 December, 2012)

Smart Company, “Are Aussie retailers too late to the online shopping party?” (11 December, 2012)

Sunanda Creagh, “Study finds Bond film violence has doubled” (11 December, 2012)

The Gypsy Plays & the Kurd Dances (Blog) “In a lather: Ottoman soaps” (7 December, 2012)

lazycoffees (Blog) “My Two Person Book Club, courtesy of Will Schwalbe” (19 November, 2012)

thefeistyfemme (Blog) “The big, bad “V-word”” (21 October, 2012)

Advertise Here “AAMI – Advertising geniuses or racist colonialists?” (20 October, 2012), “Struggling department stores wresting back online shoppers” (13 October, 2012)

SBS World News “Gillard’s Facebook forum slammed as ‘inappropriate’” (9 October, 2012)

Ninemsn “Eighty percent of gender selection parents choose a girl” (17 September, 2012), “Boys lose sexism of seventies” (5 September, 2012)

Life Blood Exhibit (Blog) (4 September, 2012)

Novel Activist (Blog), “Dr Caroline Norma: Hypocrisy and Polemic” (September 2, 2012)

Caroline Norma, “The disparaging and belittling of mothers on mother-shaming in sexualisation-debate” (August 21, 2012)

Ninemsn “Does not being on Facebook mean you could be a psychopath?” about Facebook profiles (August 9, 2012)

Lip Magazine “V is for Vagina” about my Conversation article about menstrual product advertising (July 18, 2012)

Huffington Post “What Hollywood Gets Wrong About Your Period” about my new book “Periods in Pop Culture” (July 17, 2012)

Trebuchet Magazine “Period Drama: How Hollywood Misrepresents Menstruation” (July 13, 2012)

Autostraddle, “Hollywood Thinks Your Period Is Scary” (July 13, 2012)

Jezebel “The Mainstream Media Is Out to Convince You That Periods Are Terrifying” (July 12, 2012)

News With Nipples (Blog) “The Mirabella story is about how we expect women to act” (July 4, 2012)

Andrew Welder (Blog) “A Study in Character” (July 3, 2012)

Only The Depth Varies (Blog) “Vexed & Vacuous” (July 3, 2012)

Jonathan Dugec, “Defending the right to make bad choices” (8 June, 2012)

The Conversation, “Context is king: there’s nothing progressive about ‘fat porn’” (23 May, 2012)

The Huntress vs. The Headline (Blog), “Spank Me Silly: Sadomasochism and the Modern Woman” (24 April, 2012)

Bad Blood (Blog), “Mark McCormack interviewed by Dean Beck & Lauren Rosewarne”  (8 April, 2012)

Christian Science Monitor (US), “Sexism to blame for Australia prime minister’s job difficulties?” (27 February, 2012)

AFP (Australia), “Gillard: Australia’s first woman PM” (23 February, 2012)

Sunday Circle (Malta) “Should the state pay for sex” (27 January, 2012)

Loon Pond (Blog) “And now the further doings of POTUS, Bronwyn Bishop, the world of Rosewarne and the world of chairman Rupert …” (25 January, 2012)

Pseudo Pundits (Blog) “Is sex a right?” (2 December, 2011)

Seldom Wrong, Never in Doubt (Blog) “Access to Sex as a Human Right” (30 November, 2011)

The Hoopla “Why drunk sex never goes to plan” (10 October, 2011)

Autumn Hand, “Blendr. It Won’t Work – How About “Straight” Grindr?” (11 October, 2011)

The Wheeler Centre (blog), “We are not what we read” (13 July, 2011)

The Conversation “No need for moral panic: we can protect children’s innocence in the age of Gaga” (6 July, 2011)

RachelRyan2011 (blog), “King Brocial’s on my hit list” (02 June, 2011)

The Huntress vs. The Headline (blog), “What an orgasmic epiphany” (25 May, 2011)

Social Liberal Economic Rational (blog), “You don’t ban a whole industry because of a few bad eggs” (25 May, 2011)

The Huntress vs. The Headline, “Sex lies and slutwalking” (13 May, 2011)

Blogotariat (Blog), referring to my piece in The Conversation on slutwalking (11 May, 2011)

The Wheeler Centre (Blog), “Date set for Melbourne Slutwalk” (11 May, 2011)

DogPossum (Blog), “Slutwalk thinking” (May, 2011)

AAP (Newsfeed), “Premier absent in first sitting week” – comments about the first sitting week of the Victorian parliament (11 February, 2011)

Successful Minds, “Leadership lessons from Natural Disasters” (February, 2011)

Money Wither (Blog) (January 25, 2011)

A Gentlenerd of Leisure (Blog) about my Drum article on sex in advertising (28 October, 2010)

Putting Her Oar In (Blog) “The Politics of Sexual Assault” (23 October, 2010)

Ben Pobjie’s Wonderful World Of Objects (Blog), “How not to rape people” (6 October, 2010)

The Crossette (Blog) referring to my pieces in The Drum (20 July, 2010)

Eureka Street. “Gillard’s win a loss for feminists” (24 June, 2010), “Unions fall in behind Gillard” (24 June, 2010)

AAP (Newsfeed), “Gillard will be more available than Rudd” (24 June, 2010) 

ABC News, “Gillard’s ascension a giant leap for womankind” (24 June, 2010)

Raneem201 (Blog) about my research on sex in advertising (25 May, 2010)

AAP (Newsfeed), “Public dine out on Nixon’s hotel meal” – comments on Christine Nixon and the bushfire Royal Commission (9 April, 2010)

Advertising Standards Board (Complaint), Complaint Reference 14/10 (February, 2010)

For Your Daily Dose of Celebrity Scandal (blog) about comments made on sexualisation of young women (26 November, 2009)

Nine.msn, “Surf mag slammed for showing nude girl, 16”  (26 November, 2009) (Blog), “What is this, “hate on monogamy” week?”  (October, 2009)

Cache Culture (Blog), “Choice and Feminism”  (19 October, 2009)

Rewire, “Infidelity and Feminism: Can Cheating Be a Feminist Choice?”  (26 October, 2009)

BetrayedWivesClub (Blog), “The Law of the Sisterhood: “Don’t sleep with my husband and I won’t sleep with yours” (28 October, 2009)

Big Deal (Blog) about Cheating on the Sisterhood: Infidelity and Feminism (August, 2009)