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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May 6, 2020 · Posted by Rosie Ward

Spare Time? Here’s Some Fun Feminist Suggestions

A handy list of positive feminist things to read, watch and follow in your spare time.

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April 29, 2020 · Posted by Sanduni Hewa Katupothage

10 Fierce Fictional Heroines You Know & Love

Looking to kill some time? Whether you're after some feminist media inspo or just in the mood for nostalgia, we've got you. Here are 10 of our favourite fiery female fictional feminists in film, television and literature.

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April 16, 2020 · Posted by Rosie Ward

5 Ways to Help Your Community Right Now

In this strange time, making that extra effort to be kind and compassionate is good for us all. Here’s five ways you can help keep the community spirit strong.

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March 27, 2020 · Posted by Kaitlyn Loft

So, do you have a girlfriend?

A self-described letter from one closeted lesbian to another. We love this one by Kaitlyn about coming out + being you.

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March 20, 2020 · Posted by Team Rosie

So You’re Social Distancing – Here Are Our Top Tips

We all have a part to play in looking after ourselves, our people + our community. Let’s stay productive, healthy and connected while we do. 

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March 20, 2020 · Posted by Rosie Ward

Mood-boosting Tips That Make Perfect Sense!

During these stressful times, we take a moment to reboot, recharge, do a timelord and regenerate. Boost your mood by engaging your five senses.

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March 6, 2020 · Posted by Sophie Bliss

Sanduni On Productivity, Power & Perspective

Sanduni Hewa Katupothage – Rosie Volunteer What does IWD mean to you? It’s about reflection. This year I’m thinking a lot about inclusivity; its history and future in the feminist movement and what it’s really about. I’m trying to find out more about the women who have…

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March 6, 2020 · Posted by Sophie Bliss

The Other Rosie Talks Checking Ourselves & Being ‘Feminist Enough’

Rosie Ward – Rosie Volunteer What is IWD to you? It’s a time to stop and and reflect and feel thankful. I’m thinking about all the work that has been done; the years and years of feminist activism that’s come before our own and how far…

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