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If you want my burn-out, and you think I’m sexy, come on sugar wear me out.

If you want my burn-out, and you think I’m sexy, come on sugar wear me out.

Poet, essayist and comic artist Eloise Grills examines our desire for relentless productivity and wonders (quite rightly) what is it all for? Photo by Jean Sabeth on Unsplash

Eloise Grills
FEMINIST FILM GUIDE: MIFF 2019

FEMINIST FILM GUIDE: MIFF 2019

Content warning: sexual violence. See support services here. MIFF is back! The Melbourne International Film Festival (which has been running since 1952) is happening from 1-18...

Sarah Rowe
Self-care is about all of us

Self-care is about all of us

Giselle Au-Nhien Nguyen asks us to remember the roots of self-care, so we can use it as both a personal balm and a method of larger political resistance.

Giselle Au-Nhien Nguyen
A Conversation with Jill Gallagher: Treaty for Victoria

A Conversation with Jill Gallagher: Treaty for Victoria

What Treaty means for Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal Victorians, and beyond.

Sophie Bliss
About Bloody Time: Book Launched, Period.

About Bloody Time: Book Launched, Period.

About Bloody Time is striking a chord with readers around the country: "The book is beautiful & it's message is vital".

Ally Oliver-Perham
Briony O'Keeffe is a feminist teacher

Briony O'Keeffe is a feminist teacher

“It all started in 2013. My students were reading Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck, and there’s only one woman in that book, who has no name and comes to a violent end."

Why Periods are Both Personal and Political

Why Periods are Both Personal and Political

"The day I got my period, I knew that something significant had changed about my place in the world. I was walking home from the bus stop, when I felt the alien sensation of my stomach cramping."

Zoya Patel
Joint Statement from the Victorian Women's Trust & Koorie Women Mean Business

Joint Statement from the Victorian Women's Trust & Koorie Women Mean Business

Women should not have to run the gauntlet of unwanted sexual contact when attending a charity event, navigating their careers, or otherwise going about their daily lives.

Mary Crooks AO & Leanne Miller
Sexism in the stands

Sexism in the stands

There are signs of change and a healthier masculinity amongst the ranks of AFLM, but does it go far enough?

Sophie Bliss
My Unexpected Romance with Romance Novels

My Unexpected Romance with Romance Novels

Jess explains the important relationship between love stories, feminism and consent.

Jess Naylor
Meet 3 awesome women in STEMM

Meet 3 awesome women in STEMM

Freelance science journalist Bianca Nogrady chats to three women owning it in STEMM.

Bianca Nogrady
New Sub-Fund Creating a Social Justice Legacy that will “touch many lives”

New Sub-Fund Creating a Social Justice Legacy that will “touch many lives”

Social justice was always a motivator for Jan and Sue throughout their long and loving relationship.

Claire Duffy & Bryony Green

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