He stopped the boats, but noone expected him to stop humanity. That's on TRACEY SPICER's list of all the things Tony Abbott is doing wrong. Care to add to it?
Please, PLEASE stop asking women how they juggle a career and family life, begs TRACEY SPICER. Not only is it boring, it's also insulting to men.
Where did feminism go wrong? In the 1980s, to be precise, according to Eva Cox. TRACEY SPICER says we need to sharpen our feminist focus.
When you think 'carbon-neutral', you don't think 'luxury'. But Emirates Wolgan Valley Resort & Spa is changing all that. TRACEY SPICER took a look.
We need new words to describe mental illness, says TRACEY SPICER, and we ought to be much more careful about how we use the ones we've got.
TRACEY SPICER has a letter to explain why all this cutting of red, green and pink tape is necessary. Now be a dear and type it up, will you?
Yet more research shows that women want sex just as much as men. And they're not afraid to talk about it, as TRACEY SPICER shares...
Lean in, crack the ceiling, steal the sandpit. TRACEY SPICER says she's leaning in so far she's about to fall over. Maybe our feminist Prime Minister can help?
Clever celebrities know that their relationship with the media is symbiotic. TRACEY SPICER is sick of toddler tantrums and complaints of intrusion.
One person is dead and 77 injured on Manus Island. TRACEY SPICER looks at the Orwellian madness of offshore detention and government control.
Simon Gittany got a minimum of 18 years for Lisa Harnum's murder. As TRACEY SPICER writes, he'll still be able to throw women off balconies when he gets out.
We supported him when he was swimming the pool for Australia, and we should support him now. But he needs his privacy, as TRACEY SPICER writes.
What's wrong with wishing for a healthy baby? TRACEY SPICER writes about a woman who wants to redefine our hopes and dreams for our children.
The statistic is obscene: the 85 richest people in the world control the same wealth as the poorest half. TRACEY SPICER looks at our part in the inequality.
Apparently French women don't get fat or get facelifts. TRACEY SPICER wonders about whether they get objectified, much.
Should the "people's Pope" put his money where his mouth is? TRACEY SPICER writes from The Vatican, where untold riches and poverty live side by side.
The cacophony of Christmas can be deafening and distract us from real meaning. TRACEY SPICER writes an ode to the power of nothing.
The asylum seeker debate has lost all reason, dignity, and mercy, says TRACEY SPICER. It’s a contest of cruelty where human lives are reduced to numbers.
When TRACEY SPICER wants to achieve something, she'll use what's within the large hairy mound at the top of her body, not the small hairy one in the middle.
You've gotta fight for your right... to parody. TRACEY SPICER looks at the vexing case of an 80s band, misogynist lyrics, and the defence "it was all a joke."