Benjamin Law is the author of The Family Law (2010), Gaysia: Adventures in the Queer East (2012)—both nominated for Australian Book Industry Awards—and the Quarterly Essay on Safe Schools, Moral Panic 101 (2017). The Family Law is now also an award-winning SBS TV series, which Benjamin created and co-wrote. Every week, Benjamin co-hosts ABC RN’s weekly national pop culture show Stop Everything, and has appeared on TV shows including Q&A (ABC), The Drum (ABC), The Project (Ten) and Filthy Rich and Homeless (SBS).
Clementine Ford is a feminist author and public speaker. She is author of the bestselling books Fight Like A Girl (2016) and Boys Will Be Boys (2018). She was the recipient of the Matt Richell Award for Best New Writer of the Year at the 2017 Australian Book Industry Awards. Boys Will Be Boys was shortlisted for the Best Non-Fiction Book of the Year at the 2019 ABIAs, and was released internationally in July 2019. She is disliked by Men On The Internet. Clementine lives in Naarm (Melbourne) with her son and his increasing collection of plastic dinosaurs.
Mikey Robins is one of Australia’s most well known comedians and broadcasters. He spent seven years as the host of Triple J’s National Breakfast Show before appearing as team leader on the smash hit TV series Good News Week. He has written for The Daily Telegraph, GQ and Men’s Style, and co-authored the books Three Beers and a Chinese Meal (with Helen Razor) and Big Man’s World (with Tony Squires and The Sandman).