Little Simz was infectious at her Sydney gig this week.

When UK rapper Little Simz took the stage at Sydney’s Oxford Art Factory, this week, fans could hardly contain themselves. Decked out in sweatpants...

We asked festival goers to give advice to their parents.

Whether aided by party favours or not, the fine Sydney locals of a nearby bush doof have potentially helped future generations of kids by over-sharing with some...

Transgender supermodel Andreja Pejic is redefining an entire industry

One of many Australian names on Forbes’ 30 Under 30 list for 2016, Andreja Pejic is definitely one to watch this year. Not only...

Should the marginalised silence the straight white man?

The straight white man (SWM) appears as the next to feel the burn of an oppressive agenda. Predominantly free from homophobic, racist and patriarchal...

Legal grey areas aren’t doing sex workers any favours

While the actual exchange of payment for sex is not illegal in Australia, the offences surrounding this exchange are leaving sex workers vulnerable to...

Top 10 drunken toilet graffiti quotes

Solid life advice, brought to you by Sharpie-clad drunks in bathroom stalls. Dan, this is a door, not a wall - Society. Those cultural musings. We vandalise...

You are not an artist, you’re a ‘creative entrepreneur’

The constant need to self-brand has created a new artist; one that arguably isn’t traditionally an artist at all. The polar pressures to be...

The Sydney life of a Full Time Drag Queen: Felicity Frockaccino

Felicity Frockaccino is one of Sydney’s few full time drag queens. In 2005, Shay Evan’s birthed Felicity in Wellington, New Zealand with a blue...

Nude isn’t a universal colour, says YouTube makeup trio.

For The Pastels, a women of colour YouTube makeup trio, makeup is political. Clara is from Timor-Leste, Anabelleis from Ghana and Chanel, from the...

Kyary Pamyu Pamyu: Interview with the 5 year monster

We caught Kyary Pamyu Pamyu– aka Japan's biggest pop star– right before her music tour in Australia to discuss her fascination with the grotesque,...

Queer labeling, are we the problem here?

In a community famed for its all-inclusivity, labeling is becoming more prevalent than ever. We see it among our well-meaning friends; we see it...

5 logical fallacies to improve your argument game

Words by Matt Beard – Philosopher at The Ethics Centre There’s plenty of argument around – not all of it good. We see finger-pointing and...

The first Antarctic Biennale

Antarctica is one of the coldest and most isolated places on the planet, but at the moment it’s also one of the hottest topics...

10 celebrities who don’t dress for gender

Spitting lines about money, haters, women and drugs while in a see through Molly Goddard tulle dress; cool cool, no dramas. Featured in Dazed magazine, Young...

I’m bored with Feminism

Like a sack of goon in your late teens, feminism was once the best idea that anyone had ever had. It was potent and tasted...

Japan: infinite fetishes, low crime rate

In a country that hosts game shows featuring ‘orgasm competitions’, and parlours offering sex with robots that talk and feel real, it’s definitely a...

Talking Mindullness with Flyying Colours

Melbourne based band Flyying Colours are fast becoming a part of the talented Australian music export set. Their psychedelic pop and shoegaze tracks, who...

Five encouraging music events to restore your faith in 2016

With Trump leading the free world, lock out laws remaining and Shapes attempting to change their barbeque and pizza flavour recipe (only to revert...

Møx: fashion and felony

Contrasting an over-sized concertina collar with a finely-tailored suit. A translucent shift dress with feathered shoulder guards and leather nipple covers. The designs of...

Jamie T talks song writing, dominatrices and British kitsch

A one of a kind waiting artist, South London local, Jamie T has been on and off the charts with his hip-hop/punk...