Rebecca Shaw

Rebecca Shaw (aka @brocklesnitch) is a writer and creator of the parody Twitter account @notofeminism, which was developed into an illustrated book with Affirm Press. She is on the writing team at Tonightly with Tom Ballard, and has written for JunkeeThe Guardian, Daily Life et al. She is also in constant competition with Ruby Rose to become Australia's favourite lesbian.

Blessed Are The Pessimists

Lasting Impressions: Why ‘Insatiable’ is so Unsatisfying

In Praise of ‘Politically Correct’ Comedy

Queer, I

We Fight On: Reflections on the Yes result

We Are the Lucky Ones

Wedded to the System

In Praise of the Working-Class Sitcom

Come Along for the Ride

‘Lol feminism no thanks’: The story of No To Feminism

Fatness, Pop Culture and the Need for Inclusion

KYD No. 27 Teaser: Fatness, Pop Culture and the Need for Inclusion

Ann M. Martin Saves the Day

What I Really Really Want: Finding feminism through the Spice Girls

Age Gap: Where are the middle-aged women on screens?

Love and Let Live: How killing queer characters punishes viewers

Ask Your Darlings: Rebecca Shaw

Space Invaders: Why white cis gay men should check their privilege

The ‘Strong Female Character’ Illusion and Why We Deserve Better

Out of the Imaginary Closet: Fictional characters who should have been gay

Rainbow Smoke and Glittering Mirrors: How not to tackle homophobia

Playing It Straight: On queer actors, queer characters, and ‘bravery’

Girl Gang: The value of female friendship

Written On the Body: Fat women and public shaming

Right Direction: The value of fandom

Choice Without Stigma: Dismantling the abortion taboo

Rage Against the Marriage: The inanity of same sex marriage debate in Australia

The curse of the ‘gal pals’

Fuck Yeah: Swearing like a lady

Amy Schumer and the equal right to be funny

Command and Control: Trophy daughters and overprotective dads

Crumbling the Great Wall of Heteronormative Assumption

Out of Alignment: Religion, politics and priorities

TERF War: Transphobia in the LGBTQI community

Breaking the Celluloid Ceiling

An Inconvenient Truth: Social stigma and menstruation

Billy, Don’t Be a Homophobe

A Tale of Two Penises: Double Dick Dude and the invisibility of male bisexuality

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