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Seven Signs That You’re In A Toxic Relationship, By Claire Deakin

Editorial

Claire Deakin identifies seven ways to tell whether you're in a toxic or detrimental relationship, romantic or otherwise

February 24 2017

DJ And Radio Host, Adi Toohey On Live Sets, Sydney’s Sense Of Community And The Business Of Partying

Music

An interview with DJ, FBi Radio host and Sydney dance-scene local Adi Toohey

February 24 2017

Silvia Calderoni’s Performance ‘MDLSX’ Explores Freedom, Androgyny And Gender Fluidity

Music

An interview with Silvia Calderoni on their upcoming performance at Carriageworks, MDLSX

February 23 2017

The Revolution Of (Self) Love: An Interview With Bitch Diesel’s Ruby ‘Soho’ Koomen

Music

Bitch Diesel's Ruby ‘Soho’ Koomen on being a flower farmer/florist, secondary school teacher, musician, radio presenter and artist

February 23 2017

Looking Back To Look Forward: A Selection Of Australian Vintage Stores And Independent Labels Influenced By Past Decades

Fashion

Cait Emma Burke gives us a run-down of some Australian vintage and Independent labels channeling era's past

February 23 2017

Re-watching ‘Scrubs’: Elliot Reid, The Real Hero, And The Silencing Of Female Narratives

Editorial

Genna Witherjay explores the phenomenon of silencing female narratives in film and television through sexist character tropes

February 22 2017

Watch S4U’s Video For Mellow RnB Tune ‘Twice’

Music

La Sape’s newly signed artist S4U's video for ‘Twice’

February 22 2017

The Lost Exposures: A Glimpse Into People’s Memories And Unraveling The Stories They Tell

Photography

Photographer Shirin Marshall has been hunting and collecting old undeveloped rolls of film, sourced everywhere from thrift stores, vacant estates and camera collectors as part of a project called The Lost Exposures.

February 21 2017

What Your Parents Should Tell You About Consent, by Carolina Are

Education

Carolina Are discusses the nuances of rape and consent and what is missing from sexual education

February 21 2017

Elyssa Sykes-Smith Talks Art Crushes, The Business Behind Art-Making And Her Signature Timber Sculptures

Art

Amy Summer chats to artist and sculptor Elyssa Sykes-Smith about her style and practice

February 21 2017

Sleep Pile Social Calendar 20-2-17

Events

Sleep Pile brings us a weekly social calendar highlighting events happening in Sydney.

February 21 2017

Meet Caitlin Foster, NYC-Based Designer And Illustrator Who’s Transferring Her Artworks To Clothes And Homewares

Art

Caitlin Foster is an illustrator and designer based in New York who creates intricate pattern-based drawings...

February 20 2017

Synth Babe Records’ Anya Trybala On Electronic Music And Babes Of Melbourne

Music

Anya Trybala, founder of Synth Babe Records on her organisation that promotes and supports female producers.

February 20 2017

All-Natural, Multi-Use Skincare Products That Won’t Break The Bank

Fashion

A guide to easy and natural skincare solutions that you can pick up at the supermarket

February 20 2017

Here Are Four Natural Skin Cleansers That Actually Work

Fashion

Cait Emma Burke introduces and recommends four tried and tested skin cleansers

February 20 2017

Skin Deep: What’s Really In Our Makeup

Fashion

Cait Emma Burke talks us through some important factors to remember when purchasing ethical and healthy cosmetics

February 20 2017

Perth Actress, Jo Morris, On Her Solo Lead Role In ‘Alone Outside’

Theatre

Perth Actress Jo Morris on her experience playing the lead in Liz Newell’s one-woman play, Alone Outside

February 20 2017

Pagan’s Nikki Brumen On Navigating The Industry With Two Bands And An Acting Career

Music

Nikki Brumen discusses her creative process, gender imbalance and her career as a multi-skilled performer

February 20 2017

WATCH: Pillow Pro’s New Music Video ‘Beyond The Rave’

Music

The new music video for Pillow Pro's track 'Beyond The Rave', directed by Lara Kose

February 16 2017

Nine Men On The Internet And Their Thoughts On Modern Feminism

Editorial

Roshini Fernando asks nine men, both friends and strangers, their thoughts on feminism

February 16 2017

On Set With Fashion Designers (And Housemates) Haruyo Morita and Ruth Read

Fashion

Designers and friends Haruyo Morita and Ruth Read on their recent collaboration

February 15 2017

Julia Why? Is Bringing The Riot Grrrl Spirit Into A New Era And Using Art As Rebellion

Music

An interview with Julia Wylie of the Sydney garage rock three-piece Julia Why?

February 15 2017

Step Into Burnell’s Melbourne Flat And Watch An Intimate Performance Of Her Song ‘Easily Float’

Music

Watch Burnell perform her song 'Easily Float' live inside her home with photographer Georgina Savage

February 15 2017

Kristine Crabb Discusses Ethical Fashion, Diversity In Design And Having A Cult Following

Fashion

An interview with New Zealand label Miss Crabb's founder and designer, Kristine Crabb

February 15 2017

Director Bridget Le May On Collaboration, The Perth Theatre Scene and Her New Show ‘Alone Outside’

Theatre

An interview with director Bridget Le May ahead of her acclaimed new show 'Alone Outside'

February 15 2017

Men Before You, A Poem By Mikaelie A. Evans

Uncategorized

Verses of prose by Mikaelie A. Evans about pleasure, romance and desire.

February 15 2017

Call Me A Witch, Bitch Or A Slut – I Dare You: A Love Letter To The Most Disobedient Women

Editorial

Madison Griffiths discusses the words used to degrade women and how these are reclaimed by disobedient women in pop-culture and real life

February 15 2017

Body-Shaming, Hierarchies and Homophobia: My Experiences At A Single-Sex Private School

Editorial

Isabel Boogaerdt discusses her personal experience with the issues and pressures of attending an all-girls private school.

February 15 2017

Warpaint’s Stella Mozgawa On Wanting To Be A Drummer, ‘I Felt Like It Was Too Fun’

Music

Aisling Kissane speaks to Warpaint's Stella Mozgawa (drummer/keyboardist) from a studio in LA about their new record, their upcoming Australian tour and a potential new solo project.

February 14 2017

Sleep Pile Social Calendar 13-2-17

Events

Sleep Pile brings us a weekly social calendar highlighting events happening in Sydney.

February 14 2017

Inside The ‘Making Modernism’ Exhibition at Melbourne’s Heide Museum

Art

Jenni Mazaraki takes us inside the current 'Making Modernism' Exhibition at Melbourne's Heide Museum

February 13 2017

The Ladies Network ‘Self-Love Series’ – KRISTINA PODABED

Art

We ask artists involved in our recent exhibition and pop-up event 'Nobody's Baby' to answer some questions all about art and self love.

February 13 2017

The Ladies Network ‘Self-Love Series’ – SHANTI SHEA-AN

Art

We ask artists involved in our recent exhibition and pop-up event 'Nobody's Baby' to answer some questions all about art and self love.

February 13 2017

The Ladies Network ‘Self-Love Series’ – HOLLY MAC

Art

We ask artists involved in our upcoming exhibition and pop-up event 'Nobody's Baby' to answer some questions all about art and self love.

February 11 2017

The Ladies Network ‘Self-Love Series’ -EVI O

Art

We ask artists involved in our upcoming exhibition and pop-up event 'Nobody's Baby' to answer some questions all about art and self love.

February 10 2017

The Ladies Network ‘Self-Love Series’ – Lauren Cassar of MIRADOR

Art

We ask artists involved in our upcoming exhibition and pop-up event 'Nobody's Baby' to answer some questions all about art and self love.

February 9 2017

The Ladies Network ‘Self-Love Series’ – JORDYN MCGEACHIN

Art

We ask artists involved in our upcoming exhibition and pop-up event 'Nobody's Baby' to answer some questions all about art and self love.

February 9 2017

The Ladies Network ‘Self-Love Series’ – MONIKA BEHRENS

Art

We ask artists involved in our upcoming exhibition and pop-up event 'Nobody's Baby' to answer some questions all about art and self love.

February 8 2017

Help Save Women From Sex Slavery With Well Made Clothes’ Gender Equal Tote Bag Project

Fashion

Well Made Clothes has just released their Gender Equality Tote Bag and are hosting a Melbourne event, A Good Evening: How Fashion Can Empower Women

February 8 2017

Meet Imogen Murray, The 19-Year-Old Photographer, Filmmaker And Champion Of Body Positivity

Art

Imogen Murray, a photographer, filmmaker and artist who is already making waves with her thoughtful and organic explorations of female sisterhood and self-love

February 8 2017

Make Them Uncomfortable: Why I Think Bigoted Jokes Can Actually Mark Positive Change

Editorial

Meg Lucas explores why the insensitive comments made by conservatives can sometimes, actually be a good thing

February 8 2017

Liz Newell On Relatable Theatre, Gender Parity and Her New Play ‘Alone Outside’

Theatre

Playwright and producer Liz Newell on her new play Alone Outside and her very own Maiden Voyage Theatre Company.

February 8 2017

Feigned Fragrances: What’s Really In A Scent?

Fashion

Cait Burke explores the truths behind some of our favourite fragrances, and some healthier alternatives

February 8 2017

Coven Presents: Sirens, A Night To Provide Community And Celebrate Female-Identifying People In Music

Events

An interview with Jaimee from Coven Presents about their upcoming event at The Red Rattler Theatre

February 7 2017

The Ladies Network ‘Self-Love Series’ – FRANCES CANNON

Art

We ask artists involved in our upcoming exhibition and pop-up event 'Nobody's Baby' to answer some questions all about art and self love.

February 7 2017

‘JE SENS’ An Intimate Series Of Feel And Smell By Georgia Blackie

Photography

Blue Mountains artist Georgia Blackie is a fashion photographer and artist whose work has been published by NYLON (US), RUSSH, Oyster, Pages Digital and more.

February 7 2017

Musician Asta Talks Turning 23, Gucci Shoes And Staying Positive

Music

In 2012, Hobart’s Asta beat over 850 young musicians in Triple J's Unearthed High compeition. Now 23, Asta feels she's found her sound and is releasing her long awaited debuted EP 'Shine'.

February 7 2017

The Ladies Network ‘Self-Love Series’ – ESTHER OLSSON

Art

We ask artists involved in our upcoming exhibition and pop-up event 'Nobody's Baby' to answer some questions all about art and self love.

February 6 2017

Artist Yi Xiao Chen Balances Being An Illustrator, Ceramicist, And A Doctor

Art

An interview with Perth-based illustrator, ceramicist and doctor, Yi Xiao Chen

February 6 2017

Exploring #BlackLivesMatter With Hannah Dualeh: Social Media, ‘All Lives Matter’, Contoversy And Being A Supportive Ally

Editorial

Annabel Nugent talks with University of Bristol’s Equality, Liberation and Access officer Hannah Dualeh about the BLM movement, anti-black violence, dismantling institutionalised racism and how to be a supportive ally

February 6 2017

Your English Is REALLY Good! By Annabel Nugent

Editorial

Annabel Nugent discusses growing up half Chinese, rejecting Asian stereotypes, and internalised racism.

February 6 2017

Harakirina Documents Her Own Body, Sexuality And Self-Empowerment from Her Bedroom

Photography

Barcelona-based conceptual photographer Harakirina documents herself through her provocative art

February 3 2017

‘Local Women’s Handicraft’, The Organisation Upskilling and Employing Women in Nepal

Photography

'Local Women's Handicraft' and is founded by Napalese woman Nasreen, who wanted to establish a safe community that train and help employ women.

February 3 2017

Introducing Australian Designer Jillian Boustred’s SS16/17 Collection

Photography

An interview with Australian fashion designer Jillian Boustred's about ethical design, artistry and her SS16/17 collection

February 3 2017

‘Grab Back’, A Photography Series by Mignon Hemsley

Photography

Mignon Hemsley's says her photo series "project how we can take a stance on our rights while still being graceful, elegant, and tenacious."

February 2 2017

Barcelona-Based Artist Laura Lasheras On Shaping Her Passion Through Ceramics And Sculpture

Art

Laura Lasheras channels her emotion into her ceramics mixed-media practice

February 2 2017

19-Year-Old Isabella Cuevas Pierson On The Poignant Narratives Of Her Short Films

Film

Introducing Isabella Cuevas Pierson, a 19-year-old filmmaker and photographer from Bellingham, Washington.

February 2 2017

Julie Kerr On Inspiring Women, Befriending Jermaine Jackson And Her New Project, Music Love

Music

An interview with Aussie singer-songwriter and producer, Julie Kerr about her recently launched website Music Love

February 2 2017

There’s More To A Nude Than Meets The Eye, By Alexandra English

Art

An exploration of the nude genre, especially the revolutionary work of 19th century painter, Anna Lea Merritt

February 2 2017

A Sixteen Year Old’s Thoughts On Social Media, Body Confidence And The Pressure To Fit In

Editorial

Isla Walford, a sixteen year old high school student from Australia talks about her experiences with social media and the effect it has on her and her peers

February 2 2017

Queens Rapper Dai Burger On Fashion, The Queer Rap Label And Being The Best Burger You Can Be

Music

An interview with Dai Burger; rapper, bearer of amazing looks and linchpin in the queer party scene

February 2 2017

The Ladies Network Valentine’s ‘Self Love Series’ – SISTER STUDIOS

Art

We ask artists involved in our upcoming exhibition and pop-up event 'Nobody's Baby' to answer some questions all about art and self love

January 31 2017

The Ladies Network Valentine’s ‘Self Love Series’

Art

We ask some artists involved in our upcoming exhibition and pop-up event 'Nobody's Baby' to answer some questions all about art and self love

January 30 2017

Sleep Pile Social Calendar 30-1-17

Events

Sleep Pile brings us a weekly social calendar highlighting events happening in Sydney.

January 30 2017

Discover The Colourful Dreamscapes of Carla McRae AKA The Paper Beast

Art

Explore the colourful shapes and characters that adorn the art of Carla McRaae

January 29 2017

‘Say My Name’, An Editorial Exploring Femininity, Intimacy and Social Media, by Eva Zar

Photography

Capturing private and comfortable moments, Eva Zar explores the offline space outside of social media

January 29 2017

Am I Letting The ‘Sisterhood’ Down? By Carolina Are

Editorial

Carolina Are discusses the feelings of guilt and conflict that come with womanhood

January 29 2017

#52FilmsByWomen – The Invitation

Film

A series of film reviews based on the #52FilmsByWomen campaign that encourages us to support female filmmakers.

January 29 2017

In Search of What Was Taken: A Conversation with Ivan Coyote

Literature

Tina Huang speaks to Ivan Coyote, trans multi-media performer on their art, trans identity and accessing public spaces

January 29 2017

Welcome Walls, The Not-For-Profit Using Public Art To Welcome Young Refugees

Art

Welcome Walls by Zoe Edema and leading mural artist Xanda Zee. emerged from their desire to use public art to break down social barriers and welcome young refugees and migrants into regions in Western Sydney.

January 28 2017

Kathryn Selby, The Classical Music Queen Who Plays By Her Own Rules

Music

An interview with pianist and seminal figure in Australian classical music, Kathryn Selby

January 28 2017

Artist To Watch: Hazel English

Music

There’s a sweeping maturity to the music of Hazel English; a dignified refusal to shy away from some of the more difficult parts of reality.

January 28 2017

Out Of Town: Hong Kong, By Sunny Lei

Photography

Sunny Lei captures her trip to Hong Kong on 35mm film for our Out of Town series

January 28 2017

Translating Displacement: Stories of Australian Refugees

Art

This coming March, in relation to Sydney Art Month, Lane Cove Gallery’s curator Felicity Martin has put together the Translating Displacement Exhibition.

January 27 2017

An Interview With Illustrator Stephanie King: How She Got Started, Where She Is Now, And Where She’d Like To Go

Art

An interview with emerging artist and illustrator, Stephanie King

January 27 2017

Ladies to Live By: ANAIS NIN

Editorial

Aayushi Talwar discusses the personal and cultural significance of Anais Nin's writing

January 27 2017

LISTEN: ‘Deeper In’, the latest single by Aphir

Music

Read our interview with Aphir and listen to her latest single 'Deeper In'

January 25 2017

2017 Book List: Essential Reading By Great Female Authors

Editorial

A book list of great pieces of writing by classic and contemporary female authors

January 23 2017

In The Studio With Illustrator and Comic Artist, Rachel Ang

Art

Jenni Mazaraki visits Melbourne-based artist Rachel Ang in her bedroom studio

January 23 2017

Sleep Pile Social Calendar 23-1-17

Events

Sleep Pile brings us a weekly social calendar highlighting events happening in Sydney.

January 23 2017

Little Simz live at Oxford Art Factory, by Daisy Clementine

Music

A review and shots from Little Simz' live show at Oxford Arts Factory last week

January 23 2017

Video Premiere: ILUKA, ‘Blue My Soul’

Music

We premiere Iluka's video for Blue My Soul.

January 23 2017

The Women’s March on Sydney – Meet The Organisers: Kate Taylor

Events

Amanda White interviews Kate Taylor, one of the women behind the Womens March in Sydney, happening today!

January 21 2017

Meet Fargana Qasimova, the Azerbaijani Singer Who’s Revoloutionised Mugham Music

Music

An interview with the legendary Azerbaijani singer, Fargana Qasimova

January 20 2017

Claudia Corrent’s Photography Channels Philosophy, Landscapes and Unspoken Narratives

Photography

Simone Ziaziaris interviews photographer Claudia Corrent on her love of the land and curious eye for detail

January 19 2017

Keep Us On Our Toes: Why Wearing Heels Is Always a Choice, Not a Requirement

Editorial

Anna Blackie discusses the intrinsic sexism behind the expectation for women to wear heels

January 18 2017

End The Stigma, The Movement Raising Awareness For Mental Illness And Invisible Diseases

Education

Louise des Places writes about End The Stigma

January 17 2017

Out of Town: India and Nepal, by Rachela Nardella

Photography

A travel diary by Rachela Nardella from her recent trip to India and Nepal

January 17 2017

Katie Beckett on Humour, Family History And Her Debut Play ‘Which Way Home’

Theatre

Katie Beckett is an actor, performer and now, playwright.

January 17 2017

The Women’s March on Sydney – Meet the organisers: Kresta Lokumarambage

Events

An interview with Kresta Lokumarambage, one of the organisers of the Women's March on Sydney

January 17 2017

You Will Not Want For Anything: Our Relationship With Sex, Food And Guilt

Editorial

Cara Roe explores the feelings of guilt and suppression that women are conditioned to associate with food and sex

January 16 2017

The ‘Definitive’ Guide To Your 2017 Horoscope

Editorial

A round-up and in-depth analysis of your stars according to Rookie, Oyster, Elle, and Body and Soul.

January 16 2017

Take a Sneak Peek of US-based Filmmaker and Photographer Abbey Sacks’ Latest Project

Art

Stills from Abbey Sacks' upcoming music video which explores diverse femme identities

January 16 2017

Corrine McBreen on Lucid Dreaming, Symbols of Womanhood and Painting Ethereal Goddesses

Art

An interview with watercolour painter, Corrine McBreen

January 16 2017

How Maia Boakye’s Illustrations Reflect her Experience of Intersectionality.

Art

Maia Boakye on how her art explores intersectionality and her experience as a queer femme WoC

January 16 2017

Sleep Pile Social Calendar 16-01-17

Events

Sleep Pile brings us a weekly social calendar highlighting events happening in Sydney.

January 16 2017

TFW You Realise That Your Favourite Memes Are Responsible For Raising Awareness About Mental Illness

Editorial

Madison Griffiths explores the comforting and relatable nature of memes about anxiety

January 13 2017

Augustine Rathjen-Duffton Explores Youth, Love and Longing Through Her Photography and Prose

Art

Three poems; May 5th 2015, Suburbia and This Town by Augustine Rathjen-Duffton

January 13 2017

Introducing Married Man, the solo project of Sydney musician and artist, Sarafina Pea

Music

An interview with Married Man, the solo project of Sydney musician and artist, Sarafina Pea.

January 13 2017

Sleep Pile Social Calendar 9-1-17

Events

Sleep Pile brings us a weekly social calendar highlighting events happening in Sydney.

January 10 2017

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