A new study has examined the practices of good parents post-separation. Here’s the parents’ advice.
Nicki Minaj is the preeminent female rapper. Her latest album Queen embraces a kind of girl power that has been criticised both within and outside the rap world.
Ken dolls with a ‘man bun’. Female superhero action figures. At long last, the gendered distinctions of the pink and blue toy aisles are starting to break down.
The use of technology to enhance sexual pleasure is ancient. Now advances in AI have led to more lifelike sex dolls hitting the market – but sex robots aren’t the only innovations on the horizon.
The only way to get through a breakup is to experience your emotions, but not brood on them.
Sydney’s LGBTQI heartland has moved and changed over time, but the importance of urban space to queer communities remains a constant.
Fairy tales can be brutal and laden with taboo. But they are are excellent narratives with which to think through a range of human experiences.
We need to shift the focus away from parenting that relies on threats and rewards, to one that nurtures meaningful parent-child and child-technology relationships.
University of Sydney research suggests that primary school-aged boys and girls can play in mixed teams until they reach high school.
Exergames should be used to replace sedentary video games, not traditional physical education.
American cinema mines Greek myth strongly at times of profound social anxiety. In the age of Trump, we are seeing battlegrounds framed as underworld quests.
Australia’s Liberal MP Kevin Andrews says children who are brought up with a mother and father are better off. Let’s look at the research.
While the personal was once deemed political, the emphasis now is on adapting to the status quo—not changing it.
A stable environment that teaches men to be men and women to be women could be helping to enforce gender across generations.
Hip hop culture at its core is built on values of social justice, peace, respect, self-worth, community, and having fun.
Research is revealing that both families who have experienced adolescent family violence and those working with them feel the criminal justice system is not an appropriate way to respond to it.