You Can Call Me Bonnie (or Sophie)

Driving no. 2 daughter to Milton tonight, we were coming down the side road to merge onto Hale Street, where a motorcycle cop was sitting in the middle of the road.  His lights were flashing so we figured it was a road block.  […]

In Vino Bad Tourists

Raise your hand if you’ve never done anything stupid whilst drinking? Yeah didn’t think so. It can’t have escaped your attention Dear Readers that I am a bit of an idiot AND that’s just when I’m sober. Man, when I’ve had a […]

What Would Jo Griggs Do?

This is my new mantra. When I’m in a jam, having trouble making a decision or am facing any kind of moral dilemma, I now simply say/think “WWJGD”? What Would Jo Griggs Do? I’ve always been a fan of Jo Griggs. She […]

It’s Time To Shine With Jackie Gillies

#SheSociety had the chance to chat with Real Housewives of Melbourne Jackie Gillies, and we talked all things love, family and her tour- Shine It Up! Reality TV star and psychic Jackie Gillies first met rock band Silverchair’s drummer Ben Gillies when […]

Highlights From The Commonwealth Games

Relive some of the games most incredible moments from our Australian teams as we dominated events across the board. Making this home ground Commonwealth Games our most successful one yet. Highlights from the games included: Tia-Clair Toomey’s inspiring win in the women’s […]

The Meaning Of Sportsmanship

As the Commonwealth Games have come to an end, we thought it would be great to reflect on the comradeship of the games. With athletes really showing the world what they are made of, not only in the sporting arenas but in […]

What Do You Mean “Man Up”?

Here in the SheSociety office, we’ve noticed a certain phrase being used a lot lately, calling out to men to ‘man up.’ We are just as confused as they surely are. There’s the constant complaint over men being emotionless and not showing […]

From Page To Stage To Screen

Have you ever wondered what is involved in taking a book and making it into a play or film? Why did some people love both “Gone Girl” in book and movie form, but the reception for the screen adaptation of “The Girl […]

The Royal Pay Gap

British actress Claire Foy, who starred as a young Queen Elizabeth II in the critically acclaimed Netflix series The Crown, was paid less than her co-star Matt Smith, according to the television show’s producers. In the latest example of pay disparity in […]

No More Screen Time For Bikini Bottoms

Professional female surfers wearing high-cut bikini bottoms have been given reassurance their backsides won’t be broadcast around the world. At least not close ups. According to Stab Magazine, the World Surf League has attempted to get out in front of the #metoo […]

The Legacy Of The Landline

Smartphones and the internet have revolutionised society, commerce, and politics, reshaping how we work and play, and how our brains are wired. They have even revolutionised how revolutions are made. For enthusiasts, these technologies enhance freedom and democratise the flow of information, […]

The Mercy Film Review

FILM REVIEW:     The Mercy STARRING:         Colin Firth, Rachel Wiesz, David Thewlis, Ken Stott OPENS:              8 March 2018 First things first – I LOVE Colin Firth, or Frothy as I like to […]

Married At First Sight Biggest Creeps

Let’s face it, we’re all obsessed with Married at First Sight, from Troy’s outrageous laugh, to Nassar’s two faced behavior. While most of the couples are having a hard time falling in love, Australia has undoubtedly become smitten with the show. As […]

#SheViews Married At First Sight

Hearts around Australia  are breaking thanks to Married at First Sight last night. Everyone’s #couplegoals Sarah and Telv had a very dramatic fight over…nothing? The couple, who have been Australia’s favourites since the beginning, had an argument caused by Telv watching a […]

International Women’s Day- Where Did It Start?

International Women’s Day is a worldwide event that celebrates women’s achievements – from the political to the social – while calling for gender equality. It has been observed since the early 1900s and is now recognised each year on March 8. Is is not […]

A New Dinner Party Conversation to Consider

Politics and religion have long been banned at many dinner parties along with the guilt or innocence of Lindy Chamberlain and more recently whether Barnaby Joyce was a good or bad guy. There are some subjects guests will never agree on, with a […]

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