This year marks fifty since the murder of Sharon Tate. In the film made to include her story, Tarantino instructed Margot Robbie to “explore the character” without talking. Typical.
We have pushed to ensure that survivors of violence do not have to face couples counselling. For this, feminists have been labelled by the media as “witches” who are out to “control our society”.
Before Boris Johnson got the Prime Ministership via 0.13% of the British population, he attended Eton, a school that educates 6% of Britain but has produced 74% of their leaders.
Despite our best intentions, the gap between the women’s movement in this country bridged by white privilege is fundamentally flawed. And we’re all guilty of it. Including myself.
Despite the repeated headlines, today’s budget ignored those harmed by domestic violence. According to advocates, no progress can be made until the government takes the issue seriously.
Last night, our national team beat Brazil. However, the greater meaning of the Women’s World Cup sits just below the surface.
Courtney Herron was found down the road from my house, Eurydice Dixon was murdered in a park I walk through. I could have been either of those women.
Guys, it’s well overdue. No longer can we defer to women to educate us, nor can we quietly offer support. In this country, we’re the problem. We need to accept this.
A study of young Australians has illuminated their views of sex, gender and relationship control. The findings are not good.
The Morrison Government is providing the framework to bolster the strength of women in small businesses. Their candidate in Reid, Fiona Martin, is a testament to that.
The concept of feminism has been rather hijacked, with the concept of fake feminism taking root, where those involved are actually helping the system that marginalises them.
After a company recently released an app that displays the danger spots for women, I think we’re still not understanding the issue.
The portrayal of women in fiction is usually either sexual cardboard cutouts or bland nothings. The world of a best-selling French author particularly attests to that fact.
Today, we celebrate women internationally, but one Australian start-up is ensuring that change and opportunity are not exclusively reserved for one day a year.
This International Women’s Day, women and men all over the world are vowing to support #BalanceforBetter and help create a gender-balanced world.
The resignation of Kelly O’Dwyer highlighted a rather obvious issue: our parliament is a hostile work environment for women. Solutions do exist, however.
In an attempt to woo women back to the Liberal Party, Scott Morrison has offered a fresh twist on the ‘So Where The Bloody Hell Are You” tourism campaign.
Six months ago, I wrote about the senseless murder of Eurydice Dixon. We women have noticed what you get angry about—and it isn’t us.
After a year of scandal, Cricket Australia seems to have turned the corner. However, after seeing an ad that emboldened women, I’m absolutely sure that they have not changed.
Scott Morrison’s pick for governor-general was as easy as it was predictable: An old white dude with military credentials. Women, take note, the boys club is very much alive.
In this week alone, we’ve banned a Christmas song, the use of meat-based puns, The Little Mermaid and conversing with women. I fear whatever sense that was left is now gone.
It has been shown that women investors are often more daring and more successful than their male counterparts. We’re left wondering…why not us?