Monthly Archives: May 2018

What Ireland’s repeal means for Australia

By Louise Omer Over the weekend, I witnessed Dublin in the midst of revolution. A revolution where grins of solidarity were shared between strangers wearing Yes badges or where you could see the tense hope of Mar canvassing at Dublin … Continue reading

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The life-changing magic of actually listening to women

By Amy Gray The past 12 months has taught us that stories can change the world. #MeToo has sustained itself into an ongoing movement through the power of personal stories, traumatic testimonies and calculated action. When you listen to what … Continue reading

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Vote like a girl

By Amy Gray We asked an interesting question over at the QVWC Facebook page the other day: do gender rights and feminism change your vote? Everyone said it was a large factor. Over in America, this positivity doesn’t hold much water.  … Continue reading

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There are no sorries here

By Nayuka Gorrie I haven’t participated in team sports since my Mum’s friend invited me to play netball in 2008. Mum, forever confident in my abilities, told my Mum’s friend that I would be excellent at netball, “put her in … Continue reading

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