Dark Histories: These Photographs Tell Forgotten Stories of Murder and Violence Against Gay Men

We spoke to artist Sean Coyle about his work memorialising sites of homophobic violence.


We Asked Adults About the Most Pathetic, Immature Thing They've Done Lately

"I recently started an argument with my girlfriend over nothing. I just wanted to see if she actually cared about me."


Why the Fuck Is Crocodile Dundee Still Australia's Highest-Grossing Film?

Given it’s the 30th anniversary of what remains Australia’s biggest ever box office hit ever, I took a look at it with fresh eyes.


How to Stand Up to Hate Speech

We all like to think we'd say something. But what would we actually do? What have we ever done?


How it Feels to Fall off a Balcony

If you're on schoolies, don't fuck with balconies. Here's why.


How Ellen Page Turned From an Indie Darling Into a Gay Icon

Her Emmy Award-nominated series 'Gaycation' premieres on SBS VICELAND this month.


Melbourne Is a Paradise

Photographer Adam Rajab captures what it's like to be young in the "most liveable city in the world."


What Your Favourite Snapchat Filter Says About Who You Are as a Human Being

What it means if you're still using the crying filter or popping off those flower crown snaps with nary a care in the world.


How an Australian College Student Did What NASA Couldn't

Paddy Neumann's final project—which proposes using junk metal as rocket fuel—could change space travel forever.


Portraits of Australia’s African Migrants

Atong Atem's portrait photography explores the complicated sense of identity migrants often have, the idea of feeling suspended between two worlds and never fully belonging to either.


Meet South Australia's Teenage Shipwreck Hunter

At just 18 years old Carl Von Stanke has already discovered three sunken ships everyone thought had vanished.