‘Self-pity’ is not a weakness in survivors, Stephen Fry. It shows courage.
Molly Ackhurst

‘Self-pity’ is not a weakness in survivors, Stephen Fry. It shows courage.

So. Stephen Fry…The name alone could be loaded with a trigger warning, but oh how some would protest if it were. To give a brief back story – last week Fry appeared on ‘The Rubin Report’, a self entitled “politically incorrect talk show about big ideas”, to talk about campus free speech, safe spaces and trigger … Continue reading

Enthusiastic consent isn’t just ‘sexy’; it’s a fundamental prerequisite of sex
Eleanor Doward

Enthusiastic consent isn’t just ‘sexy’; it’s a fundamental prerequisite of sex

In September last year, Brendan O’Neill released another indignation-fuelled spiel onto the internet, much like a predictable but repugnant burp from a corpulent uncle at Christmas dinner. In this article, written for The Spectator, O’Neill’s issue was with the fairly recent focus on the importance of understanding sexual consent. Young people are now being encouraged … Continue reading

Australia Denies Visa to Another Misognist, Dan Bilzerian
Eleanor Doward

Australia Denies Visa to Another Misognist, Dan Bilzerian

Dan Bilzerian’s Wikipedia page describes him tentatively as an ‘American Actor, poker player, and trust fund beneficiary’, but his status as a ‘public figure’ seems to stem from flashing his inherited cash all over social media and posting pictures of multi-coloured guns. And he has recently been denied a temporary visa preventing him from travelling … Continue reading