At Home with Cherie Thompson

February 17, 2017

Former chef Cherie Thompson created the Inner West’s first women’s shed, now celebrating its fourth birthday. Why did you decide to establish a women’s shed in the Inner West? After hearing of the men’s shed […]

Local News – 300

February 17, 2017

Business to Raise $100,000 for Love Your Sister Charity Lilyfield photographer Marie Ramos has decided to celebrate ten years of her local business by taking a year off to give back to her community. After […]

What’s On – 300

February 17, 2017

International Women’s Day Twilight Supper We have come a long way when it comes to women’s rights but we still have far to go. International Women’s Day acknowledges both these facts; it is many things […]

Women Comedians

February 17, 2017

Confetti Gun Confetti Gun (pictured top) is probably the best thing since sliced bread. Eight improv comedians, who are famous around Sydney’s theatre sports traps, joined forces to take over what is still a male-dominated […]

A Bitter Pill

September 30, 2016

Nina was put on the Pill by her doctor for bad acne and to “regulate” her cycles. It was sold to her as a “convenience” but she suffered terrible side effects. When Nina went off […]

Time for now

September 2, 2016

Imagine. You’re deep in a beautiful forest blooming with native wildflowers greeting the beginning of spring. The moon is full and the forest is awash with bright silvery light. The setting relaxes you and awakens […]

Rant: Skirting around the feminist pickle

August 5, 2016

Who are these twenty-something feminists who make their own circle skirts? Germaine and my generation have worked hard to pave the way so you DON’T have to sew, pickle, knit, bake tarts or bejewel thrifted […]

By any other name…

April 29, 2016

Can we reclaim the C word? It’s considered the most offensive word in the English language… but, as Cat O’Dowd discovers, it’s so much more! C**t was a cheeky old Anglo Saxon word used to […]

Milk Sharing in a Social Network

April 29, 2016

Maani Truu meets three Sydney mums who have united online in their search for child rearing’s ‘liquid gold’. If someone has too much of something and someone else doesn’t have enough, it seems like a […]

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