Features

September 13, 2015

In 100 trillion or so years, when the universe will run out of free hydrogen and no new stars are formed, you may have finished exploring No Man’s Sky.

September 6, 2015

The DNA of public displays of punishment, retribution, and discipline can be traced back as far as we can, but stocks and pillories have been supplanted by tweets and poorly-considered Facebook posts

September 6, 2015

In the age of the sixth generation iPhone, I am just one of many who have found themselves unintentionally in love with their phone.

September 6, 2015

Several of my best real life friends I originally met online.

September 6, 2015

As a girl with the immune system of your average geriatric, who consistently ends up rampantly ill before every major exam and social event of her existence, it was only typical that I contracted strep throat two days before New Zealand Fashion Week. Especially after scoring a free front-row ticket to the first New Generation […]

August 16, 2015

For someone who was at the forefront of so many women’s rights issues, Dame Margaret Sparrow was decidedly normal and unassuming

August 16, 2015

Alongside being Māori I am also a feminist, and key to that, an intersectional one

August 16, 2015

Since the dawn of womankind, humanity has been continually confronted by unknowable questions: Is there a God? What is true happiness? Why are we here? Just what happened in the last episode of Lost?

August 16, 2015

You’re a dude and you’re well-intentioned and you want to distinguish yourself from the innumerable fuckbois out there, so you give yourself a new moniker: ally

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