The reading challenge I’m running with my flatmate next year is off to a good start! By which I mean, I’m a massive nerd and I’ve started the first book, Continue Reading →
I’d never heard the word “microaggressions” before I started learning about feminism, and to be honest at first I thought it was, I don’t know, too sensitive? What did it Continue Reading →
I’m running a reading challenge with my flatmate next year. We’re reading books by and about badass babes. You can join!
So what are we doing about it? Fuck all, it seems.
International Women’s Day this year was kind of a shit show. Jess McAllen summed up a few of the reasons why. For me, this story is single most important thing Continue Reading →
My friend Elle is writing about disability at The Affliction Fiction. She’s super eloquent, informed, and has extremely good things to say about stuff like systemic ableism. She also writes about Continue Reading →
The protests against ROK and misogyny last weekend were so fantastic. I want to know – how do we keep this conversation going?
‘The pain of women turns them into kittens and rabbits and sunsets and sordid red satin goddesses, pales them and bloodies them and starves them, delivers them to death camps Continue Reading →
‘IT’S NOT ENOUGH TO CONSIDER OURSELVES GOOD MEN BECAUSE WE DON’T BASH WOMEN’ – former Police Commissioner Key Lay, on International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women.
Yesterday ActionStation delivered their petition asking John Key to apologise for his comments and increase support for sexual violence services. The petition had more than 13,000 signatures.