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.