Why is the mere thought of watching a twisted deviant murdering innocent people less horrific than watching a sex scene in the same room as our parents? We demand that films come with a high saturation of violence, yet what rarely is shown is the forbidden sex scene. This being said, the “golden age of... Continue Reading →
In their debut gig on Monday, newly formed Melbourne alt-rock group Good Grief reminded the Bendigo Hotel what a grunge experience should really feel like.
How do you know when a politician is lying? Their lips are moving. I’ve heard this joke more times than I can count.
As new forms of relationships are becoming more easily accepted, the sugar world is being thrust into the mainstream. It’s a warm afternoon and I’m sitting in Wholefoods, waiting to meet Lauren*. Lauren is a 19-year-old psychology student, and she’s also a part time ‘sugar baby’. She looks just like the photos on her profile,... Continue Reading →