Welcome to Monday! ~ 10 November 2013

Julia Gillard spoke at the Victorian Women's Trust event yesterday, 'Credit where credit is due'. What a lady!

Julia Gillard spoke at the Victorian Women’s Trust event yesterday, ‘Credit where credit is due’. What a lady!

Welcome to Monday dear feminausts! Apologies for missing last week, but here are lots of fabulous links to make up for it.

Anyone keen to contribute as a ‘friday feminaust‘ should drop MsElouise and I an email at info[at]feminaust.org. We would love to hear what feminism means to you!

On to the links…

For the first time ever, Lip will be publishing a special Yearbook, to celebrate a year of excellent feminist content, including news, reviews, sassy columns and insightful feature articles. Pre-order and receive 20% off!

Heidi Klum is awesome and dressed as an old lady for Halloween.

Mindy Kaling explains why the people who ask her where she gets her confidence from, are actually being really rude. 

Laurie Penny looks at all the fuss Russell Brand has caused recently and asks where are the women in the revolution?

10 real life female role models depicted as Disney princesses!

Fresh from Jezebel: The Many Misguided Reasons Famous Ladies Say ‘I’m Not a Feminist’

Rachel Hills looks at the branding of feminism, and why she’s trying to debrand it (in response to the Jezebel article).

Ruby Tandoh writes in the Guardian that when a woman says she’s not feminist, we can do better than shout her down.

40 things only online feminists will understand.

bitch media gives us a feminist music round up!

This is the greatest thing ever! Watch These 4 Girls Destroy The Female Stereotype Like The Monsters They Are.

Tracy Clark-Flory asks: where did my feminist wedding go?!

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About MsElouise

MsElouise is a community programs worker and feminist from Melbourne Australia. She likes to travel, write, rant and make people feel uncomfortable about their assumptions. She hopes to one day be remembered for changing the world just a little bit. Right now she does this by proving that teenage girls are a higher order of beings.

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