‘The Good Wife’ weighs in on religious freedom when it comes to gay marriage.

I love the good wife, and last week’s episode was absolutely on point.

This episode centers around a case of a , the legalities around where religious freedom ends and anti-discrimination laws begin.

The most impressive thing about the episode, however, is that Diane never preaches from a bully pulpit or turns the courtroom into a soapbox. Instead, and with just the slightest glint of gay rights-crusading twinkling in her eye, she works through a logical, irrefutable legal defense that uncovers the hypocrisy of commercial enterprises that cite religious accommodation as justification for what is so clearly bigotry and unlawful discrimination.

Read the full review of the episode *spoiler alert* here >

White is always in fashion.

A great article in Daily Life that highlights the lack of racial diversity in Australian advertising and media.

The exclusion of people of colour renders them so insignificant that advertisers need not bother acknowledging their existence at all.

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