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Gladys Berejiklian does something decent for once

NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian has shown support for a reform of archaic abortion laws, writes ...  
The Tayla Harris statue: More than just a kick

The recently unveiled statue of Tayla Harris is a symbol of the fight against bullying and miso ...  
Socking it to shock jock Alan Jones

Executive editor Michelle Pini discusses shock jock Alan Jones' latest angry, misogynistic ...  
Julie Bishop feminist?  Liar, liar, red shoes on fire

A pair of red shoes and a white frock loosely reminiscent of the suffragette movement, do not a ...  
Beyond the gate: Former female prisoners failed by system

Current standards around parole and release are harming vulnerable women, writes Cate Altamura.  
Australia needs national abortion protection

To allow women adequate access to abortion services, they must be available across the country ...  
Taking power back: The desexualisation of nude photography

Society has been conditioned to treat nude photography in a purely sexual context, disempowering ...  
Taboo, gender norms and sexual harassment: It has to stop

"Everybody would harass me," said a young woman in the small city of Zahedan, Baluchistan, a s ...  
A plea born of heartbreak: The case for abortion

Abortions are a necessary medical procedure for women — as Kadijah Runge's story tells us ...  
Government agency inadequate against campus sexual assault complaints

A volunteer group for the safety of students is disappointed with the lack of action taken by the ...  
Why Australia will never have a Jacinda Ardern

In Australia, female leaders continue to be torn down by frenzied media campaigns, writes Alan ...  
Make no mistake: Abortion bans violate human rights

In the wake of the Alabama abortion ban, we have witnessed myriad women throughout the world come ...  
The women changing Australia are mainly in Queensland

The six top leadership positions in Queensland are all held by women but the mainstream media has ...  
Wren's week: ScoMo's moronic logic, needless Nationals and climate change kids

In this week's column, John Wren takes a look at more Liberal blunders, the unraveling of the ...  
UniSA assault statistics reveal work still needs to be done

Statistics for sexual assaults at the University of South Australia reveal improvements needed in ...  
Border Force enforces Saudi Arabia's anti-women policies at airports

When unaccompanied Saudi women with Australian visas arrive at our airports, our Border Force ...  
The dangers of falling in love in Afghanistan

"People think that it’s a disaster to fall in love in Afghanistan," a 17-year-old school gi ...  
Aiia Maasarwe, the Gillette ad and male violence

In the wake of Aiia Maasarwe’s violent and senseless murder, men seem more upset about a Gill ...