Mary Ward and Victoria Zerbst support female leaders
This is satire, probably, writes Tash Gillezeau.
Astha Rajvanshi shares the wisdom of Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie.
Anoushka William calls out sexist criticism of Kimmy K.
Mary Ward examines the intersection between feminism and religious identity.
Sahra Magan reflects on Patricia Arquette’s speech and the persistent need for more intersectionality in feminism today.
Clodagh Schofield stands up for older women against sexist ageism.
Journalist Annabel Crabb, novelist Amy Bloom, former Queensland premier Anna Bligh and Indonesian activist Ayu Utami speak with Tracy Spicer about the dos and don’ts of feminism.
Feminism is Julia Clark’s jam. Jam is their jam.
Astha Rajvanshi on makeup and self-esteem.