Thousands of Poles protested against the even stricter abortion laws recently introduced by the governing PiS party. Lucja tells us more.… Continue reading Poland’s Fight For Freedom and Solidarity After Abortions Were Outlawed →
Issy introduces us to some of the issues of contemporary feminism in Hungary, which holds a somewhat unique position in the dramatic political sphere of Europe today.… Continue reading The Impact of Nationalism and Fascism on Hungary’s Feminist Movement →
Rosie has a problem with RUOK Day. As someone who has suffered from a wide range of mental illnesses, she believes this gripe to be entirely justified. Read her raw account of what it is like to experience suicidal thoughts. … Continue reading I am very far from okay: An RUOK Day Special →
Our team reports on the recent announcement by the Australian Federal Government that university fees will increase. Surely its relative to inflation though, right? Not at all, with some humanities degrees facing an 113% price hike.… Continue reading The Devastating Impact of Fee Hikes on Already Disadvantaged Australian Students →
After North Korean’s dictator Kim Jung Un was hospitalised in April, Kim Yo Jong was thrust into the spotlight. The “most powerful woman in North Korea” was given quite the welcome on all social media platforms, becoming subject to ‘stan’, anime and meme culture all at once. While meme culture has always been fun, we also need to look more closely at what we post and participate in.… Continue reading Only Beauty, No Beast →
Something went wrong. Please refresh the page and/or try again.