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FROM OPINION ARTICLES AND REVIEWS TO POETRY AND SHORT STORIES, FEAST YOUR EYES AND MIND ON THESE WORDS FROM THE SISTERHOOD


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what i’ve learnt one year after coming out

By Kahlei Rogers

One year after coming out, Kahlei reflects on her first crush, her first kiss and what coming out as bisexual has meant to her.


the badass women of this that 2018

By Gabrielle Clement

Acclaimed international artists and up and comers you need to get keen about. ALL. RIGHT. HERE.

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trapped

By Makayla Loves

A poem about what it’s really like to live with a little voice inside your head.


fear of difference

By Ellie Sherlock

How a single Instagram tweet led me to rethink the way we view autism in the midst of the vaccination debate.

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the diagnosis

By Abby Butler

Four real wom*n share their stories about being diagnosed with endometriosis.


living with endometriosis

By Lizzie Butterworth

One in 10 Australian women live with endometriosis, but the stigma still exists. So Lizzie is sharing her story.

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MY BODY IS MINE

By Alice Glascott

At fourteen, nude photos of Alice were leaked without her consent. Now, she's reclaiming her body, her strength and her sense of self-love in a nude photoshoot.


WHY IS IT STILL WOMEN’S RESPONSIBILITY TO PREVENT GENDERED VIOLENCE?

By Amy Focic

"Stop saying that not all men perpetrate violence and start saying that all men can do something about it."

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the world i want to live in

By Cheyne Howard

In Cheyne's first ever poem, she builds a world that all wom*n would dream of living in.


slay sister series

Everyday, and in every corner of the world, wom*n are slaying the game! Here we have a chat, celebrate their amazing-ness and pick their brain so we can learn a lil something as well.

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the reckoning

By Kahlei Rogers

A collection of poems about sexual assault, mental health and recovery.


MOONEY'S MUSIC MUSINGS

With this week being filled with killer tunes from über talented wom*n, triple j Unearthed producer Claire Mooney narrows down the cream of the crop for the week, as well as some new artists you should keep an eye on... 

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a fairly hairy zine excerpt

By Ivy Bullen

It's time we learn to love our crust.

 

 

being bipolar

By Beth Saward

"Maybe something I’ve written will give someone else the courage to go to their doctor and question their diagnosis. And if it­ makes someone feel less alone in their bipolar, even better."

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keeping culture: melanesian tattoo traditions

By Lily Iervasi

How a Papuan tattoo tradition led Lily to connect with her culture and her grandmother.

 

 

track by track: in the sky

By Abby Butler

A complete rundown and review of Mallrat's farm fresh sophomore EP 'In The Sky'. 

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to be a part of the sisterhood

By Linley Briggs

It's the little things that count.

 

 
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HOW THE PLEBISCITE made school unsafe

By Ivy Bullen

"My existence shouldn’t necessarily have been ammunition for points in wayward class discussions."

 

 
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ALL THE SINGLE LADIES

By Lucy Egan

From kindergarten crushes to the dream Kim and Kanye wedding, does it really suck to be single?

 

 
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WHEN THE SHADOWS DISAPPEAR

By Claire Bruns

Sitting at a bus stop in a foreign country, three classmates share what the sisterhood is all about. 

 

 
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the truth about confidence

By Beth Howlett

When it comes to mental health, sometimes you have to do more than fake it to make it.

 

 

ANXIETY RIDDEN INTROVERTED EXTROVERT

By Racquel Helmers

Spending your weekend partying with mates then not seeing anyone for the next week?

Welcome to the life of an introverted extrovert.

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FREE FROM STREET HARASSMENT

By Edie Bannerman

How do we change the perception of sexual harassment from inconvenient yet acceptable to an important issue?

 

 

WE STILL HAVE A CHANCE

By Kristen McSpadden

There might be reason to worry about our world, but there is still time to make a change.

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INTROSPECTION

By Teah Dunning

A collection of poems that explore everything from love to sex to inequality to geographic and social isolation.

 

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