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Thursday 2 October 2014
Art Feminism news

only three women represented in the top 100 most collectible living artists

lip magazine
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Last Friday artnet released its list of the top 100 most collectible living artists. Proclaimed as having the world’s largest and  most comprehensive price database for secondary market sales of fine and decorative art, the website compiled the 100 strong list of artists who are most collectible when it comes to the auction block and,…
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Tuesday 23 July 2013
Culture Health Life

Are more women entering physically challenging competitions?

Kym Campradt
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Are you a woman with a huge, physically and mentally challenging goal on your bucket list?  Well, you’re not the only one. Running long distances, running through mud, receiving electric shocks and trekking mountains are now the norm for challenges which both women and men are grabbing head on. But the increase of women in…
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Tuesday 23 July 2013
News

in brief: survey suggests ideal aussie worker is unattached male

Claire Gallagher
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  Male employees without children or relationships have been identified as the most desirable employees in Australia. In a survey of 500 Australian employers, Kronos research revealed that close to 40 per cent of employers believe men are better employees than women, while only about one in five surveyed favoured female workers over their male…
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Tuesday 11 June 2013
Culture Life Opinion

public bathrooms: double-takes in only having two doors to choose from

Lexie Bean
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In high school, one of my best friends loved to wear skirts. His favorite one was grey; it danced two inches above his knees and matched the Sharpie marker that colored in his shoes. This is the same skirt that matched his eyeliner. Though he is a male that likes to shop for prom dresses,…
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Wednesday 13 February 2013
Featured Opinion

gender: did we make it up?

Lou Heinrich
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‘Me Tarzan. You Jane.’ Men are assertive. Women are nurturers. Women scrapbook and men play videogames. Men  want no-strings sex while women seek intimacy and love. We have defined the difference between the sexes for centuries by grouping behaviour into masculine or feminine categories, believing that’s just the way it is. We’re made that way….
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Friday 4 January 2013
Featured

in brief: female graduate pay gap doubles

Amy Nicholls-Diver
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Figures released on Thursday show that the pay gap between male and female graduates has doubled in the last year. The news comes less than two months after the senate passed the Equal Opportunity in the Workplace Amendment, which aims to reverse the trend of inequality in the workplace. Statistics released by the Workplace Gender…
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Tuesday 27 November 2012
Music Opinion

my sister and female pop stars

Sonya Krzywoszyja
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I don’t listen to the radio or watch much TV, and half the time I’m far too lazy to download new music. Which means that my music taste is mostly stuck in the ’90s, with some current stuff thrown in if I stumble across it. My younger sister I care for is one of the…
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Sunday 18 March 2012
Culture

(sex)uality: next stop, masturbation station

Sara Berndt
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We are growing up in a world leaving us sexually fucked. The media, pornography and the fashion industry all tell us that we need to be sex toys. They tell us we want to be having lots of casual sex with lots of men. They tell us this will make us feel empowered. However, we…
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Tuesday 13 March 2012
Opinion

how women are taught to fear rape

Sonya Krzywoszyja
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Trigger Warning: Talk of rape. Yesterday, my father went out to a doctor’s appointment and I was home alone. Like most people when they’re home alone, I locked the door. Just the screen door, I left the back door open. When he arrived home after his appointment, he tried to open the door and found…
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Monday 30 January 2012
Opinion

girl, I don’t want to make you sweat

Sonya Krzywoszyja
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Summer, for me, generally means a very sweaty face and body. Hell, winter generally means a very sweaty face and body for me. I guess I’m just a sweaty person. I used to think it was because of weight, but after talking to a few people, including my mother, I concluded that it was just…
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