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The Power of Vulnerability

Since I was a child, I had the capacity to cry one second and then to laugh the other; I’d fallen over, someone could...

Your Body Shape is Not a Fruit. Wear What You Want.

Growing up, I was told that I had certain features that should be highlighted, while others were best concealed. Example: accentuating the waist with...

The Books That Are Kick-starting Equality For Kids

Compiled and illustrated by an all-woman team, the first Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls raised over $600, 000 US on Kickstarter. Authors Elena...

Women: Find Your Divine Energy With Exploring Femininity

CrowdInk had the chance to sit down (virtually) with Jonita D’souza, founder of Exploring Femininity, a company that provides both digital and physical sacred...

Alexandra Billings: Loud, Proud and all About Speaking out

Through a modern take on activism, Alexandra Billings established Modern Gloss Studio, where she and her team help feminists, world-changing authors, activists,...

Why Diana Trout is the Unsung Heroine of Younger

1. She has competed and stood out in a world of men Diana’s ferocious nature is enviable. She unashamedly speaks up and garners attention. But...

Jumping the Wall

“FEMALE - step out here” These were the words that made my heart pound and the words “oh crap” go through my mind. I happened to...

Changing Faces

I am a cynical person. So when I was playing on my friend’s phone the other day getting a thrill out of Snapchat (I...

Fempower Yourself For White Ribbon Night

White Ribbon is an Australian organisation that works tirelessly to raise awareness about the prevalence of violence against women. In Australia alone, domestic abuse...

Mamamia’s Tone Deaf Controversy

Controversy has set upon Mamamia’s Mia Freedman, founder of the site, after she published a podcast interview and description with American feminist author Roxane...