What does the next generation think of today’s issues? The Big Smoke’s Next Gen program publishes Australian students mentored by TBS writers. Today, Giselle Atlas (12) wants her female classmates to embrace science as their future careers.
After the issue of gender neutral clothing was taken up by a twelve-year-old, I’m wondering if we should just let that generation solve it.
The standard equation that we women are told is: If you love our body we should buy x to take care of it. But I’m wondering why we can’t break the cycle of tying body positivity with retail excess.
The fact that Louisa Lawson is collectively known as Henry Lawson’s mum is an insult to the lasting many achievements of this great woman, as she started the path we proudly strut today.
Despite the aesthetic push to a more feminist tone of advertising, the message remains the same. We should find a man, and do it now.
In her new memoir, Tracey Spicer explains how her career was beset by Industry-wide sexism. A second class citizen to no-one, she is a shining example of what change can be won with persistence.
The Northern Territory embraces its status as being stuck in the past, and ordinarily, it’s harmless fun. However, it seems the long dead idea of the ‘Page 3’ girl is alive and well.
This week, Richard Branson openly flirted with a female anchor on air, and we were cool with it. We weren’t cool with Chris Gayle doing the same. So, what gives?
The recent screening of The Red Pill exposed a subset of men’s rights activists, women who are anti-feminist. The irony is that feminism gave them the opportunity to rail against it. Onward and upward, ladies.
Despite my expertise and reputation in my job, I fall victim to the lumbering hands of mansplaining. Enough has been enough for years, but what now?
Typically, it came to light and passed without comment. However, the Federal Budget ignoring the needs of 12 million needs to be shouted from the rooftops.
Those of science creating a working artificial womb has many believing it will free women from the constraints of a male-dominated society. Yes and no.
It’s official. The artificial smile we tattoo upon our faces for work does nothing but press women against the glass ceiling.
To the mansplainers among you, I address these words. They’re a bit forward, but I’m giving back only a fraction of what I’ve received. Thank you for not typing in response.
The Turnbull and Trump government’s public support of women, while using their power to strip their rights is not ironic, it goes far deeper than that.
To think 18C’s defeat puts an end to the Libs’ totalitarian crusade is erroneous, as more laws exist which greater impede freedom to public discourse.
Led by Vice President Mike Pence, the Trump administration’s definition of a healthy marriage is a little odd and very, very regressive.
I read a recent article that called for the banning of the stay at home mum to close the gap, however I believe the questions are deeper and more numerous than a solitary clickbait headline.
I recently swapped my email signature with that of a male coworker, and he soon discovered the rampant sexism we female workers face.
Emboldened by an Instagram post that rewarded gentlemanly etiquette, I’m wondering if that’s the exception, not the rule. And I believe we need a defining rule: is etiquette dead, or not?
Back in 1963, Gloria Steinem tumbled down the rabbit hole to expose Playboy. She succeeded and the world gave an ugly snapshot of life under Hef.