Ukraine Is Not A Brothel
Clem Bastow Melbourne film maker Kitty Green documents her experiences in the Ukraine, caught up in the group’s ascent.
Clem Bastow Let's examine the album cover that launched a thousand memes.
Bro country culture
Clem Bastow The country music hit claims to turn the tables on bro country culture.
Clem Bastow Or does it have enough problems already?
Clem Bastow Take it from Robin Thicke: there are few things more dangerous, at least in a PR sense, than agreeing to do a live social media Q&A.
Clem Bastow Because no body is perfect and being 'difficult' is not a crime.
Clem Bastow The many and varied reactions to this cover prove again and again why representation is so important: if you can see it, you can be it.
Clem Bastow On the 25th anniversary of Seinfeld Clem Bastow explains why Elaine Benes is her favourite comic creation of all time.
Exaholism for beginners
Clem Bastow There sure are a lot of afflictions to try and avoid when it comes to love and dating.
Clem Bastow What we can learn from Caitlin Stasey and Bindi Irwin's "fight".
Win her back campaign
Clem Bastow Sometimes life just does not need the grand romantic gesture.
Manic Pixie Dream Dudes
Clem Bastow Could the latest genre of filmic boyfriends be a win for women?
Clem Bastow When it comes to visibility within pop Asian women have served as 'decoration' for far too long.
Clem Bastow Here's Clem Bastow's verdict.
Clem Bastow The hottest thing in publishing this spring is to install a feminist blogger as a columnist in your glossy magazine.
Clem Bastow Violence against women with disabilities is a shockingly large problem in our communities.
The next Tina Fey?
Clem Bastow Amy Schumer's comedy is striking a chord with women. Clem Bastow unpicks why this matters.
Lorde V paparazzos
Clem Bastow The new rules of acceptable and unacceptable when it comes to being famous.
Clem Bastow Coverage of McGuire’s slip-up has referred to his gaffe as everything from “the c-bomb” to “the most awful swear word”.
Clem Bastow Spoiler alert: Adapting a book for the screen is always fraught with difficulty. Countless questions present themselves to the writer: Which bits do you leave out? Which characters do you bring to...