The recent national curriculum changes to health education are an important first step. But which communities are still being excluded?
The Perrottet and Lazarus cases demonstrate the need to strengthen other avenues of justice.
Does the law protect victims of sexual assault?
The University has rejected Women's Officers' requests for a mandatory consent module, based on a lack of pedagogical evidence
The University is now trialling a consent module after Honi wrote an article suggesting USyd was falling behind its international counterparts. Coincidence? Probably.
Let’s face it. The miracle of life is no miracle. Between the panting, moaning and unintentional defecating on newborns, many onlookers ask: “Why? What is this?” And it’s true. Nobody wants to see spurts of blood and amniotic fluid gush out of gaping holes while suffering medical staff rush to clean the mucinous and swollen…
Nina Dillon Britton questions an unregulated industry prone to abuse
Anonymous remembers an average night out
Sydney University Wom*n’s Collective on how to make campus a safer space during student elections.
A punter’s guide to sex work.