A Simple Test To Spot An Abusive Partner

A domestic violence counsellor claims a simple “No Test” could help women deal better with domestic violence and even help some sidestep potentially violent relationships. “The “No Test” is basically to watch out for the way your partner responds the first time […]

#SheViews The Handmaid’s Tale

Don’t worry, I’m not here to spoil anything for you. I am simply here to validate the reason as to why you should be waiting with baited breath each week for the release of another episode of The Handmaid’s Tale. By now […]

Homeward Bound

Homeward Bound is a groundbreaking leadership initiative, set against the backdrop of breathtaking Antarctica. The program has reached over 250 women from over 100 different countries, focusing on women in science. The year-long program will allow the chosen participants the chance to […]

How To Spot A Misogynist

Misogyny is stubborn Acclaimed Australian literary author, Tim Winton was recently interviewed on the ABC and expressed his concern on misogyny. He still hears things today, in particular from young boys, that three or even five generations ago would be saying. It shouldn’t […]

This Country Has a Right to Beauty

In the U.S., if you want a face lift or a tummy tuck, it’s generally assumed that you’ll be paying out-of-pocket. Insurance will tend to cover plastic surgery only when the surgery is deemed “medically necessary” and not merely aesthetic. In Brazil, […]

Apps To Keep You Safe After Dark

We all know how dangerous it can be walking home after dark as a woman and being by yourself. It’s unfortunate that we are living in a time where we have to be on our guard just because of other people’s despicable […]

Flexing The Rules

The Flex Company was started by Lauren Schulte after she wanted to find another alternative to pads, tampons and menstrual cups. She believed that if we used a period product that was designed to solve our major problems (leaking, cramping, bloating, smell, frequent […]

Women Connecting Within Communities

One woman’s passion Never under estimate your passion, nor your worth. You will be surprised how one small nagging concept has the ability to bloom into reality and ignite individuals and communities with a renewed sense of self-worth and community pride. One […]

Australia to Get First All-Women Games Creation Hackathon

In an effort to increase female representation in Australia’s video game industry, Melbourne-based education and events startup Girl Geek Academy has launched Australia’s first all-women games creation hackathon. The hackathon is called #SheHacksGames, and compliments Girl Geek Academy’s selection of other education […]

Tasmania Has Just Made History

Tasmania has become the first Australian state to have a female-majority parliament. Thirteen women and twelve men have been elected to the House Of Assembly as counting is finalised in the state election which was held on March 3. Election analyst Kevin Bonham […]

WOW Festival

The exciting world-renowned WOW (Women of the World) Festival which has already showcased in 23 countries around the world, will be staged in Brisbane in April during the Commonwealth Games. Announcing the full program of the Commonwealth festival on the eve of […]

#SheInspires Meredith East-Powell

176 million women worldwide suffer with endometriosis, a debilitating condition that affects all aspects of a woman’s life. With no known cure, more awareness needs to be made, the Australian Government took a step last year creating a national action plan for […]

Saying Hello To Your New Adult Self

Seems that lots of my friends have had a crazy start to the year. Conversations about how weird the times are, how frenetic the energy is between people. That things have been tense and long held structures are now shaky and changing. […]

Lady Marketing

Ladies, aren’t you tired of how having a vagina is making so many things unnecessarily complicated? I am. Often times when I hear/read/see things like the subject of this column, I wonder if I am under-medicated and if these things are really […]

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