Welcome to Monday dear feminausts. Apologies for the radio silence recently, all the excitement from International Women’s Day really took it out of us (and other life stuff). We promise to get back on track!
On to the links…
The footy season has started again, so no better time for Clem Ford to discuss The Secret Footballer.
The Feminist Collective at McGill Law School shows us that the “f-word” encompasses a huge range of people.
Melbourne-based photographer Jessica Ledwich’s photo series, “Monstrous Feminine,” depicts beauty rituals as acts of mutilation, making viewers re-think the standards of femininity and what some women undergo in order to meet them.
I’m sure we’ve all seen the no make-up selfies recently, Kim Stephens writes about how there’s no bravery in no make-up selfies.
Malcolm Fraser writes in the Guardian, It’s time to define a covenant of human ethics. What do you think?
Bronwen Clune has a good point, it’s time we stopped using the ‘boys will be boys’ line.
Anna Bligh is a legend. As if we didn’t know it already.