Scarlett Harris is an Australian culture critic, with a focus on professional wrestling and television. You can follow her on Twitter, email her at email@example.com and read her previously published work below.
[The Independent] World Wrestling Entertainment’s Women Wrestlers Have Been Undervalued for Far Too Long—It’s Time for Them to Strike, 6th September.
[GOAT] Claws is the Most Fun Show You’re Not Watching, And the Most Revolutionary [📱 only], 6th August.
[GOAT] UnREAL‘s Picture of Women with Power is Far From Revolutionary, and in Season 4, It’s Downright Ugly [📱 only], 26th July.
[SBS Life] Why the Martha Whisper Network is a Fitting End to The Handmaid’s Tale, 13th July.
[Playboy] Artist Spencer Tunick is Fighting for the Right to Get Naked, 9th July.
[Fightful] GLOW Season Two Characters Draw Comparisons to WWE Superstars of Present & Past, 29th June.
[Playboy] GLOW Takes Women’s Wrestling Where the WWE Won’t, 28th June.
[Bitch] GLOW Mirrors the Real-Life Violation of Women Wrestlers, 27th June.
[Playboy] How a Hoodie Became Marvel’s Most Powerful Costume, 25th June.
[Whimn] What ’90s Horror Movies Taught Me About Being a Woman, 21st June.
[Whimn] We Need to Talk About the Outfits in Charmed, 21st June.
[Sports Retriever] NXT’s Weak Women, 15th June.
[Whimn] “I Lived Like Carrie Bradshaw for a Year & Wow, It Wasn’t Cheap,” 4th June.
[HuffPost] We’re All Mirandas Now, 27th May.
[Whimn] The Dark Truth about The Handmaid’s Tale, 2nd May.
[SBS Life] The Red Robes of The Handmaid’s Tale Have Gone Global, 11th April.
[Electric Literature] How One of Wrestling’s Biggest Stars is Reenacting a Sexist 19th-Century Plot Device, 6th April.
[Sports Retriever] World Wrestling Entertainment Needs Women’s Tag Team Championships, 1st April.
[SBS On Demand] How Female-Fronted TV is Shepherding Us Through This Political Nightmare, 28th March.
[Sports Retriever] Wrestling While Mothering, It’s Becoming More Mainstream, 16th March.
[Playboy] Rethinking Ronda Rousey, 23rd February.
[HuffPost] Has #MeToo Reached the Wrestling World?, 9th February.
[SBS Life] What’s It Like to Be a Muslim Women’s Wrestler, 7th February.
[The Daily Beast] It’s Time for World Wrestling Entertainment to Close Its Gender Pay Gap, 27th January.
[Playboy] A Literal Battle of the Sexes: Is Mixed-Gender Wrestling Making a Comeback?, 16th January.
[SBS On Demand] How Barbie Became a Progressive Icon, 15th December.
[SBS Sexuality] Getting to Know Transgender Wrestler Candy Lee, 7th December.
[Racked] In Professional Wrestling, Makeup Doesn’t Just Make You Look Good, 30th November.
[Writers Bloc] Should Writers Subscribe to The Sites They Write For?, 22nd November.
[SBS Life] My “Selfish” Life: What’s the Big Deal About Being a Child-Free Woman?, 27th October.
[Racked] Is World Wrestling Entertainment Finally Recognising the Buying Power of Women & Girls, 11th September.
[SBS Sexuality] Some Queer Storyline Suggestions for World Wrestling Entertainment, 6th September.
[Daily Life] Are the Kardashians Losing Their Skill for Spin?, 5th September.
[SBS On Demand] The Good Fight is the Show We Need Now, 31st July.
[Paste] GLOW Understands Women’s Wrestling Better Than World Wrestling Entertainment, 27th July.
[Paste] Why is World Wrestling Entertainment So Afraid of Intergender Wrestling?, 26th July.
[Paste] Paige & the Redemption & Erasure of Wrestling Trainwrecks, 25th July.
[Paste] Will the Body Diversity of NXT’s Women Make it to the Main Roster?, 24th July.
[Paste] Progressive Heels, Regressive Faces: WWE’s In-Story Politics Are a Mess, 11th July.
[Paste] Four Wrestling Fans React to Netflix’s GLOW, 7th July.
[SBS On Demand] The Handmaid’s Tale is Streaming Right Now: Here’s Why You Should Watch It, 6th July.
[Paste] Ten Years Later: The Chris Benoit Murder-Suicide, 29th June.
[SBS On Demand] How Watching Search Party is Like Looking into a Millennial Mirror, 26th June.
[SBS Life] I Can’t Get a Rental Because I Own a Dog. So Now I’m Homeless, 19th June.
[Writers Bloc] Should I Write a Book?, 6th June.
[SBS Movies] A Get Out-Related Roundtable About Race, 12th May.
[Paste] AJ Lee’s Memoir & Wrestling’s Handling of Mental Illness, 9th May.
[Paste] John Cena’s On-Screen Proposal Does a Disservice to Nikki Bella, 5th April.
[Bitch Flicks] Rory Gilmore is an Entitled Millennial, 20th March.
[Writers Bloc] All About (Certain Kinds of) Women, 9th March.
[Paste] But What If You’re Not a “Hugger”?, 8th March.
[Feminartsy] We Need Diversity in Podcasts, 2nd March.
[SBS Life] Single in Your 30s: Why It’s Okay to Have No Close Friends, 28th February.
[Paste] A Dearth of Women’s Merch for World Wrestling Entertainment Fans, 22nd February.
[Archer Magazine] Porn: On Regulation, Censorship & Education in the Wake of Prop 60, 21st February.
[Paste] World Wrestling Entertainment’s Sexist “Woman VS. Diva” Problem Remains, 3rd February.
[Writers Bloc] Leaving New York, 2nd February.
[Writers Bloc] Writing Guilt, 27th January.
[Paste] World Wrestling Entertainment Needs a Women’s Royal Rumble, 26th January.
[SBS Life] Why I Went to Donald Trump’s Inauguration & Washington D.C.’s Women’s March, 23rd January.
[Intergender World Champs] Shine Theory in WWE, 20th January.
[Paste] Supporting World Wrestling Entertainment May Mean Supporting the Trump Administration, 11th January.
[Paste] Why World Wrestling Entertainment Needs Quotas, 3rd January.
[F is for Feminism] Why You’re More Than Your University Entrance Score, 10th December.
[Bitch Flicks] Why Lorelai Gilmore from Gilmore Girls is a “Cool Girl”, 1st December.
[Archer] The James Deen Allegations: How Porn Sets the Example for Responding to Sexual Assault, 29th November.
[Bitch Flicks] The Rise of Women with Mental Illness in TV Series, 21st November.
[Intergender World Champs] A Woman’s Place Should Be in the White House—And in the Cell, 9th November.
[Daily Life] Why an Australian Woman Felt Compelled to Go Door to Door Campaigning for Hillary Clinton, 7th November.
[Digital Writers’ Festival] Moving Away Part 1: Leaving Australia, 5th November.
[Intergender World Champs] Smack Talker! Daniel Bryan’s Tiresome Vocal Misogyny, 26th October.
[Feminartsy] Am I A Fool to Travel to America?, 19th October.
[SBS On Demand] White Writers Telling Black Stories, 12th October.
[Intergender World Champs] Nia Jax: Not Like Most Girls, 3rd October.
[F is for Feminism] C is for Child-Free by Choice, 29th September.
[Writers Bloc] Ideas: Between a Blog & a Hard Place, 26th September.
[Writers Bloc] Ideas: Hot Take Culture, 5th September.
[SBS Zela] WWE & LGBTQIA Representation, 21st August.
[SBS Zela] The State of Women’s Wrestling, 19th August.
[Feminartsy] Is Celebrity Feminism Helping or Hindering the Movement?, 16th August.
[Daily Life] Why Celebrities Prefer Empowerment to Feminism, 27th July.
[SBS Life] Sometimes It’s Just Easier Being Single, 21st July.
[Feminartsy] Trading in the Beauty Economy, 20th July.
[SBS Zela] Sports Illustrated Deadnaming Caitlyn Jenner Is Not Cool, 1st July.
[Femmezuigiri] Is There a Place for Total Divas in the Women’s Wrestling Renaissance?, 28th June.
[Junkee] This is the Most Devastating & Political Season of Orange is the New Black Yet, 21st June.
[SBS Zela] Why World Wrestling Entertainment Needs a Women’s Money in the Bank Match, 18th June.
[Feminartsy] Practicing Self-Care Through Pop Culture, 8th June.
[Bitch Flicks] Neighbors 2 May Not Be Feminist in Name, But It’s Feminist in Nature, 6th June.
[The Vocal] Beyonce Makes Us Want to Be Better People, 2nd June.
[The Big Smoke] Chyna & the Wrestling of WWE’s Own Demons, 5th May.
[SBS Zela] Can You Be a Feminist & a WWE Wrestling Fan?, 30th April.
[SBS Zela] Joanie “Chyna” Laurer, A Wrestling Pioneer in Life, Finally Gets That Recognition in Death, 27th April.
[The Big Smoke] Women of The People VS. OJ Simpson, 25th April.
[SBS Zela] 10 Women to Watch in Wrestling, 21st April.
[The Big Smoke] Kim Kardashian: Our Modern-Day Monroe, 14th April.
[SBS Zela] How World Wrestling Entertainment Finally Embraced the Women’s Wrestling Revolution, 14th April.
[SBS Zela] A Diva is No Longer the Women’s Version of a Wrestler, 6th April.
[Harlot] Whorephobia & Misogyny in Wrestling: Still Real to Me, Dammit, 25th March.
[Daily Life] Why Feminist Meet-Cutes Are the Best Thing About Twitter, 23rd March.
[The Vocal] The Internet Can Be the Best Place to Find Your Tribe, 17th March.
[Feminartsy] Who Controls the Meaning of Barbie?, 7th March.
[Bitch Flicks] Attachment Mothering in Room, 29th February.
[Harlot] Does the Legends Football League Have a Place in the Women’s Sport Revolution?, 27th February.
[The Vocal] The Kardashians Are Better Than You, 26th February.
[Bitch Flicks] Suffragette: The More Things Change the More They Stay the Same, 18th January.
[Cageside Seats] In Defence of WWE’s Injured List, 8th January.
[The Spectacle of Excess] Why Jem & the Holograms Flopped & What WWE Can Learn From It, 8th January.
[Bitch Flicks] Jessica Jones: A Discomforting Yet Real Portrayal of Abuse, 6th January.
[Junkee] On Taylor Swift, Mean Girls, Feminism & the Bittersweet Year of #SquadGoals, 29th December.
[Bitch Flicks] Meredith Grey’s Woman Problem, 4th December.
[Junkee] How Caitlyn Jenner, The Kardashians & Total Divas Are Making Reality TV Relevant Again, 13th November.
[Work of Wrestling] In Praise of Armchair Criticism, Podcast Episode 44, 26th October.
[Cageside Seats] Rise Above Pink, 16th October.
[Cageside Seats] WWE Superstars Who’ll Do Better On the Indies, 16th September.
[Spook Magazine] California Love: Straight Outta Compton, Tupac Shakur & Misogynoir, 11th September.
[Junkee] Rachel Hills on Asexuality, The Sex Myth & Why Female Masturbation is Still a Taboo, 31st July.
[Spook Magazine] I Am Cait Might Just Change How We See Reality TV, 29th July.
[Spook Magazine] Australian TV & the Lack of Racial Diversity, 12th June.
[Bitch Flicks] Is Kris Jenner a Bad Mother?, 29th May.
[Bitch Flicks] Bad Mothers Are the Law of Shondaland, 28th May.
[Writer’s Bloc] Writing About Taylor Swift Ruined My Friendship!, 26th May.
[Bitch Flicks] Crossroads Was a Dry Run for Grey’s Anatomy, 12th April.
[Junkee] Forget the “Angry Black Woman” Problem; Does Shonda Rhimes Have a Mistress Problem?, 12th March.
[TheVine] How to Make Sure Your Health & Beauty Products Are Cruelty Free, 9th March.
[Bitch Flicks] Cristina Yang as Feminist, 27th February.
[TheVine] Why Do We Insist On Calling Women Girls?, 24th February.
[Writers Bloc] Wrestling with Obsession, 9th February.
[Bitch Flicks] Body Image on Total Divas, 5th February.
[Bitch Flicks] The Choice to Be a Total Diva, 15th January.
[TheVine] When Your Heroes Let You Down Is It Time to Wave Goodbye?, 8th January.
[Bitch Flicks] Lena Dunham, Slenderman & the Terror of GIRLS, 12th December.
[Junkee] The Musical Wicked is As Much About Feminism As it is About Witches, 4th November.
[Bitch Flicks] She’s Possessed, Baby, Possessed!, 29th October.
[TheVine] Despite the Name, It’s All About the Women on Masters of Sex, 17th October.
[Filmme Fatales] Debauched Disney, Issue #4.
[Bitch Flicks] I Scream, You Scream, We All Scream for Feminism!, 12th August.
[Bitch Flicks] Physical & Mental Health on Orange is the New Black, 5th August.
[Bitch Flicks] Leaning In to Grey’s Anatomy, 15th July.
[Bitch Flicks] Enjoyment Isn’t an Item on The To Do List, 26th May.
[Bitch Flicks] Rape, Lies & Gossip on Gossip Girl, 25th April.
[Junkee] Was Oprah’s Reality Series Bad for Lindsay Lohan’s Career?, 23rd April.
[Junkee] Hannah Horvath and Dan Humphrey Are Basically The Same Person”, 20th March.
[Bitch Flicks] For a Good Time, Call… A Modern Rom Com About Friendship, 27th January.
[Birdee] Gossip Girl Makes Me Feel Bad About Myself, 23rd October.
[Filmme Fatales] Good Time Girls, Issue #3.
[TheatrePress] Review: Domestic Warfare at Melbourne Fringe, 28th September.
[TheatrePress] Review: MUST Presents Columbine, 1st September.
[TheatrePress] Review: Patricia Cornelius’ Savages, 19th August.
[TheatrePress] Review: A Very Gaga Variety Fundraising Night, 18th July.
[TheVine] Can a Feminist Love Pro Wrestling?, 14th May.
[TheVine] Wonder Why They Call U Bitch, 5th September.
[TheVine] The Rise of the Hunk, 9th August.
[TheVine] All Dogs Go To Seven, 9th July.
[MamaMia] The Perfect Vagina: Is There Such a Thing?, 3rd May.