And in "Things I Never Expected To See This Week" we have Women's Day doing Fortnite guides.
The 14-page liftout — thanks Serrels for the photo! — is attached to today's Women's Day, and is largely targeted as an educational piece for parents, followed by beginners' tips and advice on peripherals.
It's not a sensationalised take on Fortnite, and the second page notes that "parents shouldn't be concerned" about the Epic game. "The game ... teaches players to think, be and be cooperative to achieve their objective," the guide notes.
It's almost like a beginners guide you'd see on GameFAQS. The tips are straightforward — build cover, stand still before shooting, get to high ground, don't burn too many resources early on, watch streams and YouTube videos for advice — and there's some lists on preferred headphones and controllers later in the guide.
After the recent mainstream coverage of Fortnite on 60 Minutes, A Current Affair and other daytime TV, it's kind of interesting to see the national institution that is Women's Day with such a ... straightforward approach to a popular video game.
Maybe times really are changing.
Thanks to Serrels for the feature photo.