July 15, 2020 · Posted by Sophie Bliss

Marlee Silva is 4 the Tiddas

Interview with Marlee Silva, Tiddas4Tiddas co-founder, podcaster, author + all 'round queen.

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July 15, 2020 · Posted by Anonymous

Am I Queer Enough?

"And as pride month comes to a close, and as it does every year, I am left with the same question that haunts me every year. Am I queer enough? Will I ever be queer enough?" 

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July 9, 2020 · Posted by Rosie Ward

No Shame No Stigma: Calling Periods What They Are

Kiri Hannifin on scrapping 'fem hygiene', 'intimate hygiene' or 'sanitary items' in supermarkets and calling period products what they are.

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July 9, 2020 · Posted by Rosie Ward

Our First Period

Rosie explores the idea of first periods and how they are more unique than we tend to think.

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June 4, 2020 · Posted by Sophie Bliss

Bla(c)k Lives Matter

Have you been wondering what all the protests you've seen lately are all about? Rosie Editor Sophie Bliss has an explainer on what has (re)ignited the fight for racial justice in America and why it matters here too.

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June 4, 2020 · Posted by Sophie Bliss

Blak in Australia: Anti-Racism Resources for Self-Education

Books, podcasts, activists + more to support anti-racism and self-education. 

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June 4, 2020 · Posted by Sophie Bliss

From Ally to White Supremacy: A Glossary For Talking About Racism

A list of terms to know.

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May 27, 2020 · Posted by Rosie Ward

The Myth of ‘Feminine Hygiene’

The truth about feminine hygiene products + your vagina.

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May 25, 2020 · Posted by Rosie Ward

Gal Pals & Soul Sisters: Women’s Friendships Taking Centre Stage

Fall in deep deep love with some seriously good representations of young women's friendship.

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May 20, 2020 · Posted by Ruby Scriberras

Why are we not talking about (women’s) pleasure in sex education? 

Addressing sexual inequality starts with shifting social attitudes from an early age. Better sex ed in schools may be the answer.

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