We need a male equivalent to the term 'working mother' and other lessons from Annabel Crabb's book The Wife Drought
Alecia Simmonds Women need wives and men need lives: an interview with political commentator, social satirist, TV-presenter, scribbler, baker, author and mother of three, Annabel Crabb.
Say it in writing
Alecia Simmonds Why letter-writing will improve your love life.
Alecia Simmonds Love, relationships, mothers, madness... and Tony Abbott.
A la French
Alecia Simmonds "I got divorced on a near-perfect spring day in Paris."
'Save some for later'
Alecia Simmonds Alecia Simmonds' case against Pleasure Delay.
Alecia Simmonds A new site is supposedly 'redefining porn for women'. But is it too tasteful for its own good?
Alecia Simmonds We're being shown up by countries far more disadvantaged than we are.
Marius and the sharks
Alecia Simmonds Will animals always be our property to breed, kill, study or incarcerate at our will?
Aussies hate earnestness
Alecia Simmonds The damaging phrase most often said by Australians.
Alecia Simmonds Three things gay couples do better than the heteros in their relationships.
French PM scandal
Alecia Simmonds Or is it absurd to expect female partners to suffer this humiliation in silence?
Alecia Simmonds The French have many reasons to think that they're better than everyone else. Firstly, butter. Secondly, bread.
Alecia Simmonds Victorian women get a bad rap - here are five facts that turn the tea-party of tedium into a hellfire club of hilarity...
Alecia Simmonds A powerful argument in favour of keeping wild animals in the wild.
Alecia Simmonds Continental romances are not as easy as riding on a vespa into a sepia-tinted sunset.
Alecia Simmonds Home ownership is not an autonomous desire so much as a death sentence because we have no viable alternatives.
World's first genderless person
Alecia Simmonds Norrie May-Welby's battle to regain status as the world's first legally genderless person goes to the high court today.
Alecia Simmonds When shoplifting is seen more as of a pleasurable game than a very real crime.
Alecia Simmonds What was it about the 10-stone scrotum that recently managed to pull 800,000 viewers?
Alecia Simmonds "Iorigin. My morning news is a carnivalesque horror show of Anglo-Saxons burdened by their positions of power: making laws, running companies, owning everything.