FILM REVIEW: HER SOUND, HER STORY

  In the nineties, The Go-Betweens’ Lindy Morrison made the documentary, Australian Women In Rock & Pop Music- Sisters Are Doing It For Themselves. Fast forward to 2018 and the film Her Sound, Her Story documents many of the same issues that are still relevant. Gender disparity in the music industry is a pervasive issue with Play Your Gender from Canada…

BOOK REVIEW: CORINNE SWEET – THE ANXIETY JOURNAL

  The Anxiety Journal is a handsome little book that offers readers: “Exercises to soothe stress and eliminate anxiety wherever you are.” The book is written by psychologist and psychotherapist Corinne Sweet and is beautifully-illustrated by Marcia Mihotich, who has previously illustrated guides for The School of Life. It is a positive and encouraging book for people…

FILM REVIEW: SEX AFTER KIDS

  There was a recent study which found that newborns often cry during the night because they’re trying to prevent their parents from reproducing again. This is the same sort of environment that the light comedy, Sex After Kids with tag line, “By any means necessary” comes from. This film explores sexuality and the social issues associated…

TV REVIEW: MASTERS OF SEX

It’s hard for us to contemplate a world where sex was a giant mystery. But in the late fifties the word “pregnancy” could be censored from television, Elvis caused a stir by shaking his hips and married couples often slept in separate, single beds. Welcome to 1957, the year when two pioneers, William Masters and Virginia Johnson took sex…