Sadly, Eating Disorders are misunderstood and undermined by many, so we’ve spoken to those affected to add their voices to the statistics.
Bianca Farmakis is back to analyse the hyperbole used by Kanye West in his Twitter spat with Wiz Khalifa, and as she claims, Ye has changed the game.
In our new segment, Bianca Farmakis will be exposing the light show that is pop culture. First up, faux pas season. Who’s tongue will slip at the Oscars?
In the spirit of Halloween, Bianka Farmakis has decided to conduct a social experiment. She’d dress both conservatively and provocatively, and record the results.
Bianca Farmakis and her fellow Sydney University students took to Sydney’s streets wearing the niqab to study the effects of Islamophobia.
Bianka Farmakis caught 54: The Director’s Cut at the Sydney Film Festival and saw the film the way it was meant to be – unapologetically camp instead of conservative, with a whole lot of glitter.
Bianka Farmakis understands the feminist label turning people off when it is synonymous with self-righteousness and bra-burning, but to turn away from the movement’s cause is to turn away from humanity.
Year 12 student Bianka Farmakis points out, the last thing anybody studying for their HSC needs is religiously-run study camps educating them on sin and salvation…