I would like to live in a world where my daughter who is on the cusp of Millennial and Gen Z, wouldn’t have to suffer the misogyny my mother did, or as I have. I would like to and yet, sadly, I still can’t which is frustrating and like so many women, it makes me bloody angry.
Two years after an essay emerged in Harper's Bizarre about the Emotional Labour women carry, has anything really changed? Why are women still carrying the emotional and physical lion's share?
IT'S NOT THE LOAD THAT BREAKS YOU DOWN, IT'S THE WAY YOU CARRY IT. -Lou Holz Recently my partner moved in with me and sharing space with...
Chloe Higgins writes about the things she’s afraid of: death, sex, love, and how she feels about her mother. The Girls, a memoir of family, grief and sexuality, is her debut and won the People’s Choice Award at the 2020 Victorian Premier’s Literary Awards.
In a world of instant gratification and disposable everything, there is a new wave starting to push back that encourages sustainable, ethical fashion, buying locally, sourcing pre-loved and making better choices.