Posts contributed to by Sandra Lazzarini
Writing by Sarah-Jane Cavendish // Photograph by Sandra Lazzarini // Here’s the thing — by not including you in activism designed to support minorities we are not attacking you. We are simply leaving you out of something that you do not need. You should be grateful to be left off this list — what it means is that society recognises you enough on a daily bases that people don’t need to write post supporting your cause.Read More
Interview of Ella Crowley by Zadie McCracken // Photograph by Sandra Lazzarini // I guess I just feel like it shouldn’t be a big deal. Everyone should know about it. I shouldn’t have to feel embarrassed when telling people about my period, I should just be able to say “yeah, I’m on my period”
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 Sophie Pellegrini // Photograph by Sandra Lazzarini // Recently someone expressed some concern to us that our Instagram page is too “pornographic” and we thought we’d take a moment to (briefly) address the concern.Read More
Interview by Zadie McCracken // Photograph by Sandra Lazzarini // I think that it’s annoying having all those other symptoms, like cramps and everything. If I didn’t get those, I’d probably actually enjoy getting my period.Read More
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
Writing by Zadie McCracken // Photograph by Sandra Lazzarini // I’m sitting in an abandoned classroom. It’s just become spring, and sun filters in through a half-open window. The ceiling is pattern with holes, and I’m lounging on a desk, my laptop open in front of me.
Writing by Elise Langford // Photograph by Sandra Lazzarini // With tensions rising between North Korea and the United States of America, it can be hard to understand the terminology used surrounding nuclear weapons, let alone predict what will happen
Writing by Zadie McCracken // Photograph by Sandra Lazzarini // I will be talking to various girls and women about their monthly visitors. We’ll discuss it all: PMS, pads, tampons, cramps, stained sheets, cravings, hunger, mood swings, messes, Panadol, general annoyance, first times, hospital trips, vomiting, fainting, exhaustion, bathrooms that look like murder scenes.
Writing by Olivia Ferrucci // Photograph by Sandra Lazzarini // By coming to understand the nuanced relationship between our bodies and the companies that dominate the modern world, our society can ultimately combat the detriments proven to occur. The female body does not exist for exploitative purposes; it is time we stop treating it as such.Read More
Writing by Haylee Penfold // Photograph by Sandra Lazzarini // In high school, the only time sex would be spoken about was health class – and even then, it was brief and so many of my questions were left unanswered.Read More
Writing by Elise Braun // Photograph by Sandra Lazzarini // The first time I recall hating my nose was when I was ten. I had photos taken at the orthodontist. They were blown up and printed on shiny photo paper, unflattering due to the harsh flash, and pinned to a wall for inspection.Read More
Writing by Lucy Hotchin // Photograph by Sandra Lazzarini //Let’s just acknowledge that going through puberty and the teenage years are going to be intense and fraught with high stake emotions and changes that you did not predict or possibly want.Read More
Writing by Zoe O’Brien // Photograph by Sandra Lazzarini // Enough doom and gloom though, now that I’ve gotten your attention, let’s lighten the mood a little bit and let’s refer to breast cancer as “silly boobies.”Read More