Who will defend the rights of pastry chefs who "conscientiously object" to baking a cake for a gay wedding? With the results in, some parliamentarians will no doubt choose to contend with that very question.
"There is no exquisite beauty … without some strangeness in the proportion." Edgar Allen Poe’s words have a particular irony for me. I am a woman with achondroplasia dwarfism, or what is commonly referred to as “disproportionate dwarfism”.
A Senate impasse and yet another round of higher education reforms are floundering. Only they aren't. Reforms that is. Australia hasn't seen anything remotely approaching meaningful higher education reform in nearly a decade.
At times confronting, at times funny, Leong’s graphic description of the assault of odours while travelling by bus forms a series of video monologues about her sensitivities to smells, sounds, light, colour, tastes and movement.