Let's talk about power. Shondaland is diving deep into everything from money to technology to the power that lies within each of us. The goal? To examine all aspects of power: who has it, how they got it, how they keep it, and what they are doing with it.
Before the recent Australian bushfire catastrophe — the biggest fires on record in our world’s documented history — I was a lazy sustainable citizen of the world. I’m not proud to admit it. I might recycle a plastic bottle, but only if it wa...
Is this our new reality?
It’s pretty difficult to ignore. Our cities are blanketed in it.
It seems impossible to do, but there are reasons why it's difficult.
Nick Giannopoulos told the Herald Sun “My lawyers have been hired by me to protect my trademark”.
Opinion piece on 'Leaving Neverland'
Why do we pretend pregnancy is easy when it's not?
Georgios Kyriacos Panayiotou was his name and he was born in London. Just like my father, George Michael’s father was a Greek-Cypriot migrant. Cyprus, a small yet important island, an aqua blue paradise in the Mediterranean that many powerful countries politically want a slice of.
Before my current man, I had two long-term relationships that both ended in a similar fashion: we promised we’d stay friends, and we did, but as soon as the new woman came into the picture I was cut, just like that.
My account of being a Greek woman exhibiting at SEXPO
‘You should be honing your cooking skills not writing poetry’: words from a Greek-Australian troller
"I am not going to lie – I’m scared."
On the afternoon of Eurydice’s vigil at Princes Park, I flew home after a week-long work trip in Sydney and picked up my daughter from school.
I missed her like crazy but every fibre of my being was telling me that I needed to be at the vigil, to stand with my community, not just for Eurydice, but for all women who had been raped or murdered at the hands of a man.
But I didn’t know how to explain to my primary school aged daughter why the time I had promi...
Kardashian’s seeming influence in politics is troubling, especially since it was Trump’s celebrity status that gained him his seat. This spectacle only reinforces the idea that wealth and fame can buy you inordinate amounts of power