When the Australian Women's Weekly interviewed Margie Abbott - this wasn't the cover line we expected. TRACEY SPICER says one of our most powerful women deserves better.
In 1985 TRACEY SPICER had big hair, big shoulder pads and big hopes. Thirty years later and women are earning less, working less and going backwards fast. She's over it.
Criticising Sarah Ferguson's Joe Hockey interview is Orwellian, says TRACEY SPICER. And she spills the beans from her own days interviewing PMs and premiers.
We haven't got a budget deficit problem, we've got a leadership deficit problem. TRACEY SPICER'S advice? She's got lots of it.
Tony Abbott's approval numbers are way down and TRACEY SPICER has been keeping score. Here's her 10 top reasons why he's on the nose.
TRACEY SPICER has left her sun lounge and cocktails behind and found her inner Jane Fonda. Here are her top sexy seven fitness trends for 2015.
Listen up, Yumi Stynes and all you ladies - you're all doing it wrong. Parenting, that is. Thank God for the blokes pointing out the error of our ways, writes TRACEY SPICER.
What's so newsworthy about a woman working in television taking off her make-up? Well quite a bit, actually. TRACEY SPICER tracks a story that went around the world. Oui, c'est vrai.
In the annual YWCA survey, young women give the Abbott government a scathing report. They're crying out for leadership says TRACEY SPICER.
Australia's most powerful woman telling the ladies to stop whingeing has prompted TRACEY SPICER to look at other disenfranchised groups who should "shut the f*ck up".
Ebola! Terror! Crabzilla! There's so much to be frightened of in this world. TRACEY SPICER has a very clear idea about what to be really scared of this Halloween.
Is your name your identity? After Amal Alamuddin has changed hers both personally and professionally, TRACEY SPICER wonders why blokes don't start changing their names.
School holidays again and childcare duty is left to mum. Of course. TRACEY SPICER wants a wife, or at least for the blokes to start acting like one.
'When you let the sunlight in, you begin to see the problem.' TRACEY SPICER writes about a bloke who has finally spoken the unpalatable truth about inequality in the workplace.
TRACEY SPICER thinks being underpaid is nothing to cheer about. Is it time we started treating cheerleading as a real profession, or does it have no place in modern society?
TRACEY SPICER learnt a few things from media mogul Arianna Huffington today - she lists them here, and asks a curly question about the issue of not paying writers.
Jennifer Aniston's childlessness; the new head of the BBC's three kids - are women's wombs the most newsworthy thing about them? TRACEY SPICER has had enough.
The red carpet is one thing, but actually putting an actress up on a rotating podium, like a doll? TRACEY SPICER welcomes you to the L.A. cattle show...
Sometimes the problem seems so big, TRACEY SPICER wants to curl up in a corner and cry. And then she reads what some men think about the gender pay gap...
Heard of the Oppression Olympics? It's a competition to see who can be the best - or worst - feminist. TRACEY SPICER is over it, and she's pulling out of the race.