Urinary tract infections and thrush are all too common for many women, but why are we so ashamed of it? Continue reading Unspoken illnesses that plague women
Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion have ruffled a lot of feathers with the release of ‘WAP’, but where is the outrage when men release music with the same content? Continue reading WAP outrage exemplifies gendered double standards in music
As the global population increases, so does the need for safeguarding the health of rights and women across the world. Continue reading World Population Day promotes the health and rights of women globally
Single-sex schools could disappear entirely within the independent sector in the next 15 years. But could this growing void be at the expense or benefit of gender equity in the classroom setting and beyond? Continue reading Single-sex schools are declining in Australia. But will gender equity in the classroom disappear with them?
As we start to return to normalcy, COVID-19 has many people looking at making working from home more permanent. But are pyjama bottoms and Zoom conferences a future that will really work for everyone? Continue reading If the future is working from home, will it include women?
Among headlines, graphics and tweets about the current height of the Black Lives Matter movement internationally, cries are being heard with an emphasis on the LGBTQIA+ community this Pride Month. Continue reading Pride not prejudice: why intersectionality is crucial
UniSA is taking a forward-looking approach to offer an inclusive, safe, but challenging space to think about the roles culture plays in notions of femininity, masculinity, gender, sexuality, and identity. Continue reading UniSA students to study gender, sexuality and representation
UniSA has just launched its Ally Network, a step towards creating a culture that supports sexual and gender diversity within the university. Continue reading University of South Australia & the Rainbow Club announce Ally Network
A year on from when we last spoke to the TABOO girls, On The Record contributor, Alyssa Cairo, takes a deeper look into Isobel Marshall’s life as a university student fighting period poverty. Continue reading Fighting menstrual TABOO one pad at a time
With domestic violence becoming more concerning during the COVID-19 crisis, the need for a southern domestic violence hub is becoming more evident. Continue reading Southern Women Matter: The organisation displaying the importance of domestic violence prevention