Clem Bastow The Christmas party season strikes fear into the hearts of mortals.
Clem Bastow It's hard to watch the news coming in from around the world without feeling hopeless. Here's a few ways to cope with that.
Clem Bastow Clem Bastow decodes the real message your race day picture sends out to a potential right-swiper.
Clem Bastow If the proposed Screen Australia quota was adopted, what would the film industry look like?
Laugh out loud
Clem Bastow A small smorgasbord of funny chicks whose work you may or may not have seen.
Clem Bastow Clem Bastow is familiar with the awkwardness of revisiting on painful old texts.
Clem Bastow Clem Bastow: "I'm taking these dudes' hurtful, irritating or just plain stupid comments, emails and tweets, and turning them into something beautiful."
Clem Bastow The movies tell us if your relationship doesn't start this way, you're probably not going to end up together. And somehow, we believe it.
Clem Bastow "It's 2015; surely we can judge a relationship's seriousness (or lack thereof) independently of whether our partner has met our parents yet?"
Clem Bastow Should you correct your 'resting bitch face' or celebrate it?
Clem Bastow Why women should have the same right to nudity as men.
Clem Bastow The reaction is always the same: feigned shock and muttering about political correctness or sex obsession gone mad.
Clem Bastow Newsflash: women dig porn, too.
Clem Bastow And how the 'celeb feud' narrative sidelines important discussions.
Clem Bastow Australia's recent Ashes collapse? Clearly the fault of their girlfriends and wives, according to commentators both professional and armchair.
Clem Bastow For singletons, it's the question that never stops coming. Clem Bastow has some useful responses.
Clem Bastow Hollywood managed to make 30 films about King Arthur and none about these women.
Do you even lift?
Clem Bastow Some of Clem Bastow's best friends are bros, but certain types get her hot under the collar in all the wrong ways.
Clem Bastow Female masturbation is being treated as ordinary and even a bit boring... and that's revolutionary, writes Clem Bastow.
Clem Bastow A nostalgic love letter to the pre-adolescent programming of the '80s and '90s.