Sue Salthouse 12:15 AM For a woman with a disability, discrimination due to their gender and their disability, means disadvantage is compounded.
Jenna Price Despite this lip service, the endemic nature of family violence will continue to flourish because the government is refusing to fund the most useful legal protection women have.
Jess Hill Stepping into the Family Court can be like entering a parallel universe - where time has stood still for the past 15 years, writes Jess Hill.
Jacqueline Maley The PM was busy in the '90s, running his own investment banking firm. He probably didn't have time to read the bestseller, Men Are From Mars Women Are From Venus.
Jenny Noyes The alleged rapist whose case sparked Columbia's "mattress protest" is suing the university for enabling defamation and harassment.
Jenny Noyes We can't silence the Christian lobby, but here's why we need to stop listening, Jenny Noyes writes.
Madeline Gleeson Australia now has a choice. An optimistic person might expect freedom for the 900 men on Manus Island, but it's more complicated than that.
Penelope Wilson Men who invade women's privacy with unsolicited dick pics can't expect their own to be respected, writes Penelope Wilson.
Clementine Ford When veteran journalist Paul Bongiorno quipped about Monica Lewinsky being "ugly" last week, the only ugliness on show was sexism.
Dom Knight Yep, we've got about 70-odd days of this thing. Dom Knight has some suggestions on how to pull through.
Amy Middleton Protecting our young people is about listening to their needs, not prescribing a set of morals, writes Amy Middleton.
Eleanor Robertson With her departure, the number of female Liberal MPs is set to sink to proportions not seen outside of MRA meetings and literal male bathrooms.
Jenna Price Jenna Price asked ten Australian women what they really want the federal government to fix in the 2016 budget.
Benjamin Law Lately, I've lost hours to my new hobby: browsing real estate websites for expensive and revolting Sydney homes.
Kate Jenkins I thought we'd be there by now, but it's 2016 and we're still so far from equality.
Clementine Ford Why do women often find ourselves sidelining our own desires to spare men's feelings at the expense of our own?, asks Clem Ford.
Jane Gilmore Moderating discussions at university screenings of 'The Hunting Ground' recently has given Jane Gilmore pause to reflect on how much earlier rape culture is ingrained.
Celeste Liddle The fight for reproductive freedom doesn't start and end with contraception and abortion: Australia's legacy of eugenics continues to impact Aboriginal women.
Dr Liz Short and Dr Sharon Dane When Federal Parliament returns tomorrow, it should abandon the plan for a same-sex marriage plebiscite and replace it with a parliamentary vote.
Anne Summers How I wish Rosie Batty had been on the Q&A panel on Monday.
Jacqueline Maley Two desperate mothers have made the news recently, but our reactions to their cases couldn't be more different.
Ruby Hamad What made these journalists think they could do this, and get away with it? Ruby Hamad thinks western entitlement played a part.
Violence against women
Mary Barry These myths and misconceptions can cause people to excuse men's violent behaviour.
Wendy Squires An older and wiser Wendy Squires looks back with some life lessons.
Jenny Noyes The writing (which you can purchase for $6.51 on Amazon) is laughable, but what's not funny is how this MP has written rape into what he seems to think is a sex scene.
Caitlin Dewey Online harassers have learned they can cause far more damage with a more methodical approach.
Jane Gilmore Sex work has always been a divisive issue, but women are not made safer by putting ideology over nuance.
Domestic violence leave
Jenny Noyes Workforces pushing for domestic violence leave deserve support, not contempt, writes Jenny Noyes.
Jonno Revanche Identifying as non-binary is not the same as gender fluid or transgender.
Clem Bastow "For god's sake, would someone let me open the window on the tram? It's boiling in here," writes Clem Bastow.
Clementine Ford At last we have some empirical data around what has been staggeringly obvious for decades, writes Clem Ford.
David Shoebridge MLC "Is social media response a fair barometer of community sentiment? Of course not," writes Greens member David Shoebridge MLC.
Julia Baird Gosh, we're an ignorant lot. And one thing we seem to be particularly ignorant about is transgender, and the revolutionary significance of the enormous strides we have made in our understanding and expression of sexuality, gender and identity. Which makes a lot of people very angry.
Judith Ireland When Julie McKay was appointed executive director of UN Women Australia, she was 23 and brimming with optimism.
Right to choose
Ruby Hamad Feminism is a broad church, one in which we disagree on many issues. But this is one thing on which we must agree, writes Ruby Hamad.
Clementine Ford "Having the freedom to say what you like does not mean you have the right to be heard."
Jane Gilmore The more Jane Gilmore looks at the RCFV's 227 recommendations, the less she is able to comprehend how Daniel Andrews will pull them all off.
Clem Bastow "Late-sleepers have copped it for centuries as their sleeping habits have been dismissed as little more than laziness. But now they've got science in their corner," writes Clem Bastow.
The ignorance card
Kasey Edwards By indulging in this excuse, we're not only continuing to normalise sexism - we're effectively silencing anyone who dares to call it out.
Celeste Liddle "There is so much work that needs to be done if we wish Aboriginal victims of family and domestic violence to come forward," writes Celeste Liddle.
Jacqueline Maley Donald Trump's run at the presidential nomination has been one giant, ego-saturated piece of performance art. It's the kind of deeply experimental stuff you wish you hadn't paid to see but now you're here, well, it's so hard to look away, isn't it?
Dom Knight "There's a benefit to putting off until tomorrow what you can achieve today," writes Dom Knight.
Jacinta Tynan The shout may have replaced the slap but yelling at the kids isn't the answer for anyone, says Jacinta Tynan.
Matilda Douglas-Henry I started dating girls when I was 13 and I have two gay mums. This is why I would have benefited from Safe Schools.
Ruby Hamad So accustomed are we to seeing today's conflicts framed as the West versus Islam, we easily overlook the real nature of war and terror, writes Ruby Hamad.
He might not technically be a terrorist, but can we stop calling the EgyptAir hijacker a 'lovesick Romeo'?
Jenny Noyes Hijacking a passenger plane in a bid to force your estranged partner to meet you is not romantic, not a joke, and arguably still a form of terrorism.
Jess Hill Until very recently, domestic violence was known to journalists as a 'non-story'. Now it's very much a story, education is needed to help reporters get it right.
Josephine Tovey It's perhaps not surprising that a former owner of three beauty pageants, Donald Trump, has helped turn his party's campaign into a shallow "Mrs America" pageant between potential First Ladies.
Clem Bastow Despite the predictably dismissive tabloid reaction to her "wacky stunt", Clem Bastow finds something profound in the UK artist's latest announcement.
Latham for Trump
Jenny Noyes Donald Trump is basically America's Mark Latham reverse-engineered and with several tonnes more money.
Clementine Ford We need to hear more stories like footballer Jimmy Bartel's, which shows how complex and multifaceted family violence actually is.
Annabel Crabb Like our brains, women's bags have to do 10 things at once. And that's tiring enough, even before tax.
Benjamin Law It seems that whenever a blackface controversy rears its head, no one seems to be saying the obvious: that Australia has a racist history of blackface.
Farrah Tomazin Victoria's premier is carving out a niche as a progressive leader for the whole nation, writes Farrah Tomazin
Julia Baird A ludicrous tweet about Muslims exposes ignorant thinking, but also provoked some delicious responses.
Anika Wells Enough with the union bashing and the rehashed debate – Australia's working women need leadership from our major parties to improve workplaces and allow them to successfully juggle motherhood and careers.
Stephanie Dowrick It takes courage, but women have a right – and a responsibility – to speak out.
Andrew P Street You like and respect women. You recognise male privilege is a thing. Your hackles and ire are legitimately raised by structural inequalities you see facing women every day. So are you a feminist?
Ruby Hamad To put an end to this ugly crime, we need to understand the context in which it occurs.