Organising Against Disinformation

Organisation ideas to counter the far-right alliance with anti-vax, anti-mask and pandemic disinformation. An adapted guide and my opinion of a presentation by Campaign Against Racism and Fascism Australia.Inspired by ideas from Tom Tanuki, Zane Alcorn and Jess Lenehan and over 600 online activist attendees. Notes organised and researched by Keeara.Written 21 September 2021.Featured image … Continue reading Organising Against Disinformation

A Vaccine Against Disinformation

A vaccine against fake news, so you can tell real from fake on the fly... Written 28 August 2021.Unpublished...for now.Featured image sourced from Cottonbro of pexels.com . Content warning: Pandemic discussion Part 2 available here: "Organising Against Disinformation". Are you receiving calls to reject mainstream news? Are you not sure who to trust? Have you … Continue reading A Vaccine Against Disinformation

A Response to ‘Mufti Day aka Judgement Day’

My unpublished Q&A response to one of my most read articles.Part I available here: "'Mufti Day' aka Judgement Day". Unpublished (For now...)Written 3 July 2021Featured image sourced from Canada Times. CW: Bullying When I wrote ‘Mufti Day aka Judgement Day’, I wrote it at 2am when I couldn’t sleep, laughing and crying about weird memories … Continue reading A Response to ‘Mufti Day aka Judgement Day’

Why ‘The Australian Dream’ Was One Of The Most Shocking Films of 2020

Unpublished (For now...)Featured image sourced from The Independent.Content warning: Discussion of racism, racist epithets. My theatrical access to the film ‘The Australian Dream’ was sponsored by Madman Entertainment New Zealand.'The Australian Dream' is available for purchase on DVD via Madman Entertainment and is available for rent at Auckland Libraries. Madman Entertainment is a leading distributor of … Continue reading Why ‘The Australian Dream’ Was One Of The Most Shocking Films of 2020

Why Promising Young Woman is the Film of the Summer

Unpublished (for now…)Featured image sourced from Harper's Bazaar. Content Warning: Sexual assault, rape, discussion of misogyny, discussion of mental health and suicide One of the worst experiences of my university life was in my first year, when a man had followed me and attempted to force me in his car. I was blamed for the … Continue reading Why Promising Young Woman is the Film of the Summer

Revenge of the Tiger Cub Part II: Frequently Asked Questions about Tiger Parenting

Unabridged notes and Q&A continuation of Craccum Issue 22's "Revenge of the Tiger Cub- How to Resist Parental Expectations and Live Your Truth".Unpublished (For now...)Featured image from pexels.com , by Kendra Copeland. Content warning: Domestic violence Have you ever felt trapped or suffocated by the expectations of your family? Have you ever resented parenting which … Continue reading Revenge of the Tiger Cub Part II: Frequently Asked Questions about Tiger Parenting

Lessons from bad friendships and new relationships: Nostalgia is a liar, embrace your uniqueness and the truth (Review of ‘A Date for Mad Mary’ dir. Darren Thornton)

Unpublished article, Autumn 2019.Featured image sourced from IMDB. “How could it be, 20 something? All alone still? Not a thing in my name?” A Date for Mad Mary is the genie in the lamp of a bazaar of many a peddled story of the so called ‘lonely girl’. As we know from the genie themselves, … Continue reading Lessons from bad friendships and new relationships: Nostalgia is a liar, embrace your uniqueness and the truth (Review of ‘A Date for Mad Mary’ dir. Darren Thornton)