“Some days, you just don’t feel that motivated. Some days you feel down, depressed even. Most days you are second-guessing yourself: your intelligence, your willpower, your originality, hell, even your speaking voice. You don’t often get feedback as you do in your undergraduate studies, so you often compare yourself to those around you.”
“As a gender-diverse person worried about their future in the workforce, I approached a non-binary employee of the Australian Public Service, Rian Jenkins, in order to gain an understanding of how their experience being out at work has impacted their life … I hope this interview, as it did for me, eases gender diverse people’s worries and makes them a little happier about the prospect of growing up in a cisgender world.”
On International Women’s Day 2018, we caught up with some members of the ANU Women’s Department to talk about intersectionality.
Robogals is an international student-run organisation that aims to inspire, engage and empower young women to consider studying engineering and related fields. Bossy and Woroni stopped by a space-themed workshop, organised by the ANU division of Robogals, to see some volunteers and attendees in action.
In this interview, Edwina sits down with, well, herself, to reflect on things, life and the universe.
A few members of the editorial team agreed to sit down for a little chat so you could get to know them better. Join Sumithri Venketasubramanian, Alex Williams, Julia Rheinberger, Joyce Zhang, Lauretta Flack and Bronte McHenry as they chat about their feminist icons, winter comfort foods, layering and what to expect from soon-to-be-available edition three.
We were curious to know what it’s like to be a woman in the hilarious but also male-dominated field that is stand-up comedy.
“I’m what’s known as a ‘Pod Head’ (a term I coined).”
In mid-2016 Lauren dropped out of university and launched a vegan baking blog.
It’s time to get to know the deputy women’s officers: Priyanka Tomar and Juliette Baxter.