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Wednesday 30 July 2014
Film News

wonder woman photos revealed at san diego’s comic-con

lip magazine
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At Comic-Con in San Diego over the weekend, Superman: Man of Steel director Zack Snyder revealed a photo of what our feminine superhero Wonder Woman will look like in the upcoming Batman v Superman film set to be released in 2016 – and it’s definitely not the glossy and dolled up Lynda Carter’s red, white,…
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Saturday 26 July 2014
News

feminist news round-up 26.07.14

Bridget Conway
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Here’s what’s been on our feminist news radar this week! New wave feminist anatomical underwear is here: what do you think? Questioning Beyonce’s feminism again Check out Cards Against Harassment if you’re sick of guys harassing you A feminist perspective on Israeli aggression If prostitution were legalized then HIV would not be spread as easily…
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Saturday 19 July 2014
News

feminist news round-up 19.07.14

Bridget Conway
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This girl’s rape went viral – find out why Leighton Meester’s feminism An interview with Iranian journalist and feminist, Jila Murals can be a form of feminism While the White House investigates campus’s poor rape handling, another campus mishandles sexual assault Taking paternity leaves makes other dads more likely to do the same Two-thirds of…
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Thursday 17 July 2014
News

wicked campers: signed, sealed, delivered

Emilie Bertsch
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Queensland Campervan hire company, Wicked Campers, has recently come under fire from all sides for perpetuating rape culture by plastering misogynistic slogans on their camper vans for hire. The specific slogan under question, which states ‘In every princess there is a little slut who wants to try it just once’, has led to a petition…
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Thursday 17 July 2014
News Opinion

should we give up on girls when it comes to maths and science?

Bridget Conway
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I am one of those girls who just could never seem to understand maths and science in school. And that’s not to say I didn’t try or that I didn’t care – it was mostly that I just didn’t understand the numbers jargon in mathematics, and I couldn’t comprehend the complicated equations of chemistry. And…
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Saturday 12 July 2014
News

feminist news round-up: 12.07.14

Bridget Conway
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Catch up on all the feminist news from all around the world this week on Lip! U.S. Campuses breaking the law when it comes to sexual assault This actress wants sexual violence to stop on TV American Apparel scandal continues What do you think of these ‘feminist knickers’? More on the Hobby Lobby decision Laverne…
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Saturday 5 July 2014
Opinion TV

the female news

Caitlin Gordon-King
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‘When I started [in journalism], females were a little bit of a novelty,’ said The Morning Show co-host Kylie Gillies, in a 2013 interview with news.com. Some might call this an understatement. In 1986, when Gillies was a 17-year-old cadet, women represented less than one quarter of Australian television news presenters. At the time, Australian reporters…
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Wednesday 2 July 2014
Sport World

2014 FIFA word cup: to watch or not to watch? poverty, corruption and child prostitution

Emilie Bertsch
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  In the face of pervading poverty and corruption, football fans are experiencing extreme cognitive dissonance during this year’s World Cup in Brazil. Many international fans seem aware of FIFA’s shady and corrupt history and the Brazilian government’s lack of conduct regarding its impoverished citizens, but the concept of boycotting this year’s World Cup is…
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Thursday 19 June 2014
News World

‘it is sometimes right’: indian politicians deny women’s rights to a world free of rape

Sarah Iuliano
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  Two girls hanging from a tree in India: gang raped, murdered. On the internet, images of the teenaged cousins from Uttar Pradesh in the country’s north have gone viral in recent weeks. The images, which contravene India’s media laws about identifying the victims of rape, have caused international outrage. But just as concerning is…
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Sunday 15 June 2014
News

feminist news round up: 15.06.14

Bridget Conway
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  Catch up on all the feminist news from all around the world this week on Lip!   High school boys talk about why they are feminists Angelina Jolie on a mission to stop rape #SurvivorPrivilege trended on Twitter – what do you think? Here’s another Twitter trend – this time about whether father’s day…
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Tuesday 10 June 2014
News

the new toy scientists: Lego releases new range of female minifigures

Karla Gamero Gomez
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Lego has just announced the creation of a set of female scientists ready to be sold in their Series 11 Lego Minifigures. The toys will feature female scientists and their lab tools will be devoid of the colour pink. The idea had been submitted by Stockholm geochemist Dr. Ellen Kooijman and won over many other…
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Thursday 29 May 2014
Feminism News

elliot rodger: the misogyny behind the murders

Chloe King
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  In Santa Barbara, near the University of California, twenty-two year old Elliot Rodger launched a vicious killing spree that caused the deaths of seven people, including his own suicide. He used legally obtained guns and knives to inflict his ‘Day of Retribution’, an attack prepared and planned to enact revenge for ‘the crime of…
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Sunday 25 May 2014
News

feminist news round-up: 25.05.14

Bridget Conway
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  Catch up on all the feminist news from all around the world this week on Lip! Did you see that feminist Frank meme? What do you think? Check out the Beyonce feminist debate. Read about feminist biology – What do you think of it? World Cup season is upon us, and this artist is…
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Monday 19 May 2014
Health Politics

federal budget: can australia afford to be sick?

Cin Peeler
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The federal budget, revealed Tuesday night, held few surprises for the Australian public, but it has caused outrage and debate over many of the Coalition’s proposed policies. A large portion of this heated discussion revolves around healthcare, including the changes to Medicare and the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme, cuts to health and hospital funding, and the…
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