How is it possible to brainwash so many young people to the extent that they willingly transform themselves into human bombs?
Governments grant charitable status to organisations that campaign for one point of view, views that many Australians would reject vehemently.
It's not just about prize money. It's about endorsements. It's about media exposure. It's about body image.
It is obvious now that the language of human rights has become do debased as to be next to useless. Any idea that seems good is now elevated to the status of a right.
Inside Man, a new book published in Australia and the UK, raises many issues about being a man and how men can lead fruitful lives.
There was one other way. To study hard, and get a scholarship to Teachers' College, or maybe even to university.
Giving a man whose trauma has not been treated 'anger management' is like putting a band-aid on a septic wound and saying 'all better!'
Might a perceived rise in the popularity of gender realignment among children be due to the fact that parents are confused about how gender identity emerges in the first place?
With the shift to Malcolm Turnbull's leadership we see happy people. High approval ratings. Legislation being passed with compromise and nice things being said.
What this view overlooks is the fact that aged care facilities are required to meet a ratio of supported residents.
These different groups are assumed to have 'leaders' – unelected and often unaccountable – with whom, and through whom, the government speaks.
IYATO looks like a job interview. The man is presented like a candidate to a panel of girls.