Writing by Briony Brake // Photograph by Sandra Lazzarini // I don’t expect anything from New Year’s now, but I can’t wait for the next year because I know that anything can happen and that anything will happen.Read More
Writing by Lula Bornhak // Photograph by Sofia Higgins // For me, creating an altar is one of the ultimate practices of self-love. The altar that I am talking about has nothing to do with religion. It is simply a place to connect with your inner light again and celebrate your beautiful soul!Read More
Writing by Aisling Grey // Illustration by Helena Ravenne // This postal vote has been an exercise in humiliation and frustration at the best of times so I cannot understate how proud I am of every single LGBTQIA+ person who battled through it all.Read More
Writing by Ellis Graham // Photograph by Sofy Brinister // There will never be a period in anyone’s lifetime when they will be exempt from bad news or tragedy. The world is rarely a good place, but humans are extremely good at adapting in the midst of catastrophe. So when another terrible event pops up in the news, be it a terrorist attack, a crooked politician, or a natural disaster, do not make the instant smudge your main focus. Turn your attention to the people who put their lives on hold to assist.
Writing by Brydie Nielson // Photograph by Tiziana Gualano // Before the move, I was quick to defend my choice before people had a chance to question it. I did not want to be seen as the kind of person who ran away when things got tough. But you know what? I did run away. I ran away from a really shitty situation and towards a better, brighter future.Read More
Writing by Seth Lukas Hynes // Photograph by Catarina Inacio // I wrote this article to apologise to any women in the past who I may have made uncomfortable with my disrespectful behaviour. But more pertinently, I wrote this article to express solidarity from the other side, as it were, with all of Harvey Weinstein’s victims and every victim of sexual abuse. Several times in my life, I was almost somebody’s Weinstein, and this fact fills me with shame.Read More
Writing by Victoria Tedeschi // Photograph by Aitor Frias and Cecilia Jimenez // I, for one, refuse to take the occupation of ‘educator’ outside the classroom. It is not women’s responsibility to solve a problem that an overwhelming number of men create; one that hurts and kills us indiscriminately.Read More
Writing by Olivia Ireland // Illustration by Helena Ravenne // In a world of complex personalities, it is important we all acknowledge the difference between face value and what really goes on beneath that.
Writing by Elise Langford // Photograph by Sandra Lazzarini // We can support our fellow females, and hold our brothers, fathers, mates, boyfriends, sons, and other males in our lives to account. Sexual harassment and assault is not acceptable, and it stops with them.Read More