March 14, 2023 · Posted by Saskia de Leeuw Kyle

The ‘ideal’ woman: past, present, and future

Saskia takes a look at how toxic notions of the 'ideal woman' have evolved over time, and hopes for a future where all body types are celebrated and deemed beautiful.

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February 22, 2023 · Posted by Maki Morita

What is International Women’s Day, and why does it matter?

Maki takes a deep dive into the history of International Women's Day and its enduring relevance today.

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January 31, 2023 · Posted by Maki Morita

Our responsibility on stolen land

There's a lot of talk out there about white allyship. But what responsibilities do migrants have in addressing First Nations issues? In the wake of this year's Invasion Day, Maki reflects on her positionality, privileges, and responsibility on stolen land.

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January 11, 2023 · Posted by Alyssa Forato

Has cancel culture lost all original meaning and purpose?

How easy is it to cancel someone, and have we taken it too far? Alyssa takes a deep dive into cancel culture, MeToo, social media, and where we currently stand.

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November 16, 2022 · Posted by Maki Morita

Q&A with Nina Kenwood

We sat down with Nina to chat about moving out for the first time, share house horror stories, managing anxiety, and her latest YA novel, Unnecessary Drama.

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October 20, 2022 · Posted by Saskia De Leeuw Kyle

What if… I’m a lesbian? Overcoming doubt as a young queer person  

Coming out can be tricky to say the least, and the journey looks different for every queer person. Saskia tells us her coming out story and how she has learnt to embrace her lesbian identity.

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October 13, 2022 · Posted by Nicole Xu

Healthy body, healthy mind: researching nutrition for young women

Nicole talks about her research project on young women's health, which she completed during her placement with us here at Rosie.

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September 21, 2022 · Posted by Maki Morita

Q&A with Alice Boyle

Alice chats to us about all things 'Dancing Barefoot'—an honest, fresh, and funny queer coming-of-age novel that will have you hooked!

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August 3, 2022 · Posted by Maki Morita

Q&A with Miranda Luby

Miranda Luby chats with us about social media, body image, feminism and her debut YA novel, Sadie Starr's Guide to Starting Over.

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July 29, 2022 · Posted by Annabelle Belluz

The feminist in the pants

Why should girls have to wear skirts at school? Annabelle talks about starting her school's first Gender Inclusive Uniform Association and fighting for change as a young feminist.

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