Words by Divina Blanca
March 8 marks the 104th annual International Women’s Day. It’s a day to commemorate the achievements of women past and present, and to acknowledge that society still has a long road ahead in its ongoing fight for
Words by Freya Newman
Freya is a member of Students for Wom*n’s-Only Services and the President of the UTS Wom*n’s Collective.
This Friday October 31, around 1000 people will gather at Hyde Park for Reclaim the Night, an annual protest against
NSW State Government homelessness reforms have excluded forty women’s refuges from funding already forcing closures in Sydney’s inner-city. ADELE PALFREEMAN examines the consequences of the declining number of safe spaces for women.
One Australian woman is killed every week as a
Words By SAMANTHA LOW
My Instagram account is a digital record of all the photogenic food I have seen. Sure there’s the occasional selfie or view of scenery, but food tends to dominate. To be honest, I am not unique; I
UPDATE: Due to unforeseen circumstances, the Sydney event has been cancelled. For a full statement, visit The Sydney Feminists website. But you can still get support the movement by following Woman Scream on Facebook.
Words by EUNICE ANDRADA
For the first time in Sydney, the
LARISSA BRICIS reviews Éléonore Pourriat’s short film Oppressed Majority.
Imagine a world where men were cajoled and objectified as they walked the streets. A world in which women had the power, and men couldn’t take control of their own lives.
French actress and