3:30 PM Win one of 20 books by Haruki Murakami.
Nicole Elphick 12:00 AM Do you fall into the 'face-blind' or 'face-genius' camp?
Clementine Ford Remember Blockbuster and Video Ezy? Ah the eighties. We hardly knew ye.
Girls on film
Nicole Elphick A few new movies are giving the teenage girl her rightful place on the silver screen, big heart and bad choices intact, writes Nicole Elphick.
Problematic pop songs
Ruby Hamad "When even singers known for their activism can adopt language that unintentionally denigrates another, it proves how susceptible we all are to the unconscious biases that underpin our society," writes Ruby Hamad.
"Go Set a Watchman," the much-anticipated second novel by "To Kill a Mockingbird" author Harper Lee, is the most pre-ordered print title on Amazon.com since Harry Potter.
Clem Bastow A nostalgic love letter to the pre-adolescent programming of the '80s and '90s.
It's so subtle you'd barely notice. But the symbolism is important.
Clem Bastow Remember Jerry's 66 girlfriends on Seinfeld? Yeah, exactly.
Natalie Reilly From reality star to spokeswoman on the objectification of women in the media. Is it time to rethink KKW?
Suzannah Weiss Best to be informed, because trying to give some douchebag a feminist makeover is an ineffective use of your time, writes Suzannah Weiss.
Clem Bastow Next time an old white comedian says something stupid, here are some reliable alternatives to turn to.
Neha Kale The author of the first female rock anthology opens up about women in music and sexism in the industry.
Dom Knight Gmail just introduced 'Undo Send'. If only we had an 'undo' for these other things too, writes Dom Knight.
Ruby Hamad In many ways, the album embodied the political, independent and angry spirit of the decade.
Benjamin Law For Antonia Hayes, the dark cloud of her son being diagnosed with shaken baby syndrome has a silver lining.
Samantha Selinger-Morris How the Today show co-host fought inequality on air and at work -- and won.
Kate Aubusson Hillsong Church cops an almighty backlash for welcoming a shamed US pastor who railed against "penis-envying burned feministed single mothers", ABC's Lateline reports.
Eleanor Robertson Every time you think it can't get any worse, it unrolls and drops another steaming turd in your lap, writes Eleanor Robertson.
Paul Chai All we have is our stories and if we tell them and share them, nothing can take them away, writes Paul Chai.
Married At First Sight
Dom Knight How can the industry possibly top/sink beneath the latest reality TV hit? Dom Knight has some ideas.
Rachel Eddie Panels, performances, and workshops that are not to be missed.
Matt Holden Finding images of naked elderly people was an unexpected hurdle for the women behind Archer.
In either great or supremely disappointing news, Scrabble dictionary now accepts 'words' like obvs and lolz
Catherine Wylie Drunk Scrabble is going to be so much more fun.
Eleanor Robertson For 30 years he sat next to young female stars, making dirty jokes at their expense and objectifying them to get a clap from the audience.
Carly Findlay The concern police reacted uncomfortably when modelling pics of Madeline Stuart went viral this week. But people with disabilities should be seen as entire humans - not devoid of sexuality or sexual desire, writes Carly Findlay.
Clem Bastow Clem Bastow is finally daring to hope that women making films might not be toiling in the gloom forever.
Kasey Edwards Our willingness to overlook our own parenting judgement and experiences in favour of celebrity sound bites can be downright dangerous, writes Kasey Edwards.
Josephine Tovey It's become known for graphic depictions of violence and sexual assault, but has the latest episode gone too far?
Mad Men farewell
Natalie Reilly In this age of re-heated sit-coms and reality stars, Mad Men gave us something we never knew we needed.
Black Hawk Down
As told to Sarah Oakes Suzanne Hofstetter was the only person allowed contact with Durant during his time as a POW. This is her story, retold over 20 years later.
Eleanor Robertson A woman? Telling a man what to do? Why don't you just throw civilisation into the sea, you mad harpies?
Chad Prevost For generations, we've been fed the stereotype of the bumbling dad. But advertisers and TV writers are now catching up to changing demographic trends.
Neil McMahon Johanna Larkin on Struggle Streets: 'When do our personal stories become the ownership of the media?'
Nicole Elphick Jessie Kahnweiler wants the world to know eating disorders aren't just for ballerinas.
Rachel Eddie "So many women had been encouraged to feel that equality had arrived, and so they couldn't understand why they didn't feel that that was the case."
Kathleen Lee-Joe There may not be many female superheroes for girls to emulate, but these capes let them be their own.
Sarah Oakes All of a sudden, ovaries in the Oval Office are a big topic of discussion.
Christopher Ingraham There's some good news and some bad news on the domestic gender equality front.
Simone Ziaziaris The Oxford English Dictionary will consider including the gender neutral title "Mx" in the next edition, to represent transgender people and those who don't identify by gender.
Emily Yahr Three viral skits in a row? Amy Schumer has officially - and deservedly - cracked the code to making the internet go crazy for her work.
Soraya Nadia McDonald Sony is making a female version of "21 Jump Street" -- but there are downsides to genderflipping a bro classic.
Neha Kale Can the language we use at work help us break the glass ceiling?, asks Neha Kale.
Floyd Mayweather reportedly bans female reporters from big fight for detailing his domestic violence history
JOHN BRANCH Two prominent female journalists, each of whom has detailed the domestic violence history of Floyd Mayweather Jr tweeted they had been denied credentials to the Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao fight.
Eleanor Robertson Eleanor Robertson has high hopes. Don't let her down, Sam Frost.
Caitlin Dewey One in five sexters are actually coerced into sending sexual texts by threats or manipulation from their partner, finds new research.
Women in Film
Clem Bastow Just as I want to celebrate films that are truly great. After all, that's how it is for the guys.
Kasey Edwards But their wives? Not so much, according to a new report.
Too Hard To Keep
Nicole Elphick Chicago-based artist Jason Lazarus is transforming our unwanted mementos of pain and heartache into high art.
Benjamin Law Sometimes the best art is stripped back and raw. Well, that's one way to look at this gallery tour.
Laura Jackel Elite orgies and the pursuit of female pleasure are big business for entrepreneur Emma Sayle.
Helen Greenwood Seventy years on, friends Guta, 85, and Janina, 87, mark their survival of the Lodz Ghetto, Auschwitz and Bergen-Belsen, and a remarkable chance encounter in Melbourne.
Caitlin Dewey Turns out memes, like real life, are over-represented by young white bros.
Clem Bastow Clem Bastow imagines what the rest of the 20th century holds for her favourite (and least favourite) characters.
Ruby Hamad When Australians think of Palestine, feminist hip-hop is probably not the first thing that springs to mind.
My Family stickers
Alecia Simmonds Narcissism? Delusion? A simple celebration of familial love? A new study into the phenomenon has an interesting answer.
Melissa Fyfe As Victoria's Royal Commission into Family Violence begins, experts are searching the world to find the best answers to a basic question: can the murders of women by their partners or ex-partners – a weekly tragedy in Australia – be prevented?
This celibate life
Catherine Rodie In a society obsessed with sex, Catherine Rodie talks to three women who have taken the opposite path.
Caitlin Dewey Welcome to the home of repressed feelings.
Judith Ireland Liberal MPs could decide the party's position on same-sex marriage as early as next Tuesday.