Interview of Ambivalently Yours by Freya Bennett // The more I learned about feminism, the more I understood that sensitivity is related to weakness because it is associated to femininity, and in a patriarchal society anything feminine is seen as inferior. Once I understood that, I realized that feeling emotions could be a radical act of feminist defiance.Read More
Interview of Jirra Lulla by Emily Gray // Founder of Kalinya Communications, Jirra Lulla is a force to be reckoned with. I would like to give a massive thank you to Jirra for her incredible insights on representation, the power of art, self-care and what she calls ‘old girl wisdom’!Read More
Interview of Prima J by Savannah Mullings-Johnson // We actually love knowing young girls look up to us! We’re definitely not perfect, but I think the biggest message we try to convey is to be yourself! Love yourself!
Interview of Emah Fox by Freya Bennett // I’m a musician, songwriter, video artist, producer, singer, writer, editor, and studio supervisor at the incredible Melbourne Electronic Sound Studios.Read More
Interview of Clair Wainwright by Freya Bennett // Still open to featuring worldwide talent I have recently stepped back to focus on sharing Australian based creatives; aiming to support and recognise their contribution in the areas of art, music, fashion, business and design (plus a heck of a lot more – no limitations).Read More
Interview of Fi McAlpine by Isabella Roxburgh // Started by three young Australian women, The Fabric Social is a Melbourne-based clothing label whose producers are conflict-affected, displaced and other vulnerable women in Asia. They are basically Fashion Without Borders.