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Thursday 22 August 2013
Featured Feminism Politics

feminism 101: the suffragettes and how women won the vote

Danielle Bagnato
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With the election looming, a lot of my friends have decided to cast a “donkey vote”. Some because they’re irritated with politics, others because they don’t understand or they just don’t care. At the turn of the Nineteenth Century, women were desperate for the vote. They wanted governmental representation and an active opinion on the…
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Saturday 6 April 2013
Art Arts Featured

exhibition review: ‘glorious days’

Grace Carroll
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  I have been nostalgic about the past for as long as I can remember. The clothing, technology and society of bygone eras have always seemed far more interesting to me than the present day. This interest in mind, I found myself drawn to the new exhibition at the National Museum of Australia, Canberra, which…
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Friday 8 March 2013
Culture

five things i’m thankful for this international women’s day

lip magazine
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‘A woman’s opinions are useless to her, she may suffer unjustly, she may be wronged, but she has no power to weightily petitions against man’s laws, no representatives to urge her views, her only method to produce release, redress, or change, is to ceaselessly agitate.’ – Louisa Lawson, speech to the inaugural meeting of the…
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Wednesday 31 August 2011
Culture Featured

mum, where do feminists come from?

Emma Koehn
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Can you hatch a feminist? Say your task was to persuade a young woman or man why gender still matters – what three pieces of knowledge would you give them? This is an unfair question in many ways: no one definition of the feminist movement exists, nor can you boil it down to a few…
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