Writing and artwork by Tatum Van Dam // The phrase “that’s not ladylike” became a recurring statement throughout my childhood, despite the fact that most of these not-so-lady-like actions came as derivatives from growing up in a household predominantly filled with boys.Read More
Writing by Carol Morris – Menstrual Mentor, Lunette Menstrual Cups Australia // Studies have shown that the majority of people will continue to use the same sanitary product that they were introduced to during early puberty.Read More
Interview of Ella by Zadie McCracken // I learnt to embrace the certain stages in my cycle. For example, if I’m in “winter” and I just don’t want to see anyone, I’ll take some time to myself, make a tea and watch some Gilmore Girls.Read More
Writing by Claire Wastell edited by Sandy Hsu // Photograph by 林偉偉 // Despite our ever evolving and accepting society, people with disabilities are still not completely tolerated in our day and age.Read More
Writing by Andy Reyes // Photograph by Lais Azevedo // Abortion should not be illegal. It is a human right and the laws have to be thoroughly analyzed so that more women have that right to choose what to do with their own bodies.Read More
Review by Zadie McCracken // Photographs by Hannah Forsdike // Art by Freya Bennett // Walking away from Period Witches, I felt a sense of joy and renewal. The day had passed quickly, but without rush. I had a bag full of sweet treats, a head full of new knowledge, and a sweet feeling settled in my chest.
Writing by Maria Emirades // Photograph by Andriy // I’ve been thinking about this little problem lately, and realising that this sense of ‘not enough’ has less to do with my own approval of my body parts, and everything to do with how someone else feels about them.Read More
Writing by Rinny Power // Photograph by Pi Rawinad // The ABC’s of eczema include a lot of crying, a lot of pain, a lot of bandages, a heap of trips to the doctor/specialist—but they also include empathy, relatability, and acceptance.Read More