Interview of Xavier Arana by Cecilia Nguyen // The government right now, that’s just how it is. We’re not going to change them because that’s how they were taught, but if we change our beliefs, we can change the world.Read More
Interview of Audrey Lee by Richa Gupta // Prior to my sophomore year of high school when I was diagnosed as bipolar II, I had been diagnosed with anxiety and depression. I grew up always thinking “there’s something wrong with me” and feeling at fault about my mental illnesses – but it’s not my fault.Read More
Interview of Astrid Hickey by Freya Bennett // I think girls have the power to change a lot in this world, if we seize opportunities. I’m grateful for the life I have today, and how many of the opportunities and rights I have today are a result of the determination and courage of many different women throughout history.Read More
Interview of Bek Snelling by Hannah Forsdike // I’m so thankful for feminists and equal rights activists throughout history, without whom I would not have access to an education, have a promising career ahead of me or be able to properly share my opinions.Read More
Interview of Skylar Watkins by Cecilia Nguyen // Being a girl is fucking awesome. What do I like most about being a girl? I don’t know, I’ve never thought about it because I’ve been a girl my whole life.Read More
Interview of Brooke Farrely by Emily Gray // The best day of Brooke Farrely’s life was the day her Dad gifted her her first drag racing car. Since then, she has won a national title and become a winner of the Heywire Program for young regional Australians, all before the age of 18.
Interview of Stella Collins by Alice Fairweather // Girls certainly haven’t had the same rights as boys, so I think to me, being a girl means that you can fight to make a difference, for yourself and others!Read More
Interview of Diksha Bijlani by Richa Gupta // If you have a story to tell, or a personal experience so important that it would be an insult to not speak about it, please take up the mic. I aspire to see a time when youngsters and adults alike learn to deal with issues by speaking creatively.Read More
Interview of Teja Mae Godson by Amanda Attanayake // Every now and then I’ll come up against someone who thinks I don’t deserve to enjoy video games or certain films because I’m female. It can get tiring, but I’ve never really let it get to me much.