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Breaking Down Barriers for Migrant Women

The number of culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) young women in Victoria is growing. What are the barriers they face and how can they be addressed?

Technology, Domestic Violence and the Law..The Y Investigates

As many of us know, domestic abuse isn’t always physical. Unfortunately, the rapid expanse of technology has presented both victims and legislators with a whole new set of problems.

Quickie Podcast

Quickie is a short-form, feminist podcast that shoots straight from the lip.

What's PAPpening to the SMEAR in 2017?

One of our friends saw some articles regarding changes to the way we *PAP* in 2017. If the changes to your cervix inspections have you vexed, take Dr Kim Pham's hand and she'll guide you through it!

January Member of the Month

Meet our Member of the Month for January, passionate feminist, comms whiz and sex education activist, Casey!


Christmas is close! Frighteningly close! And we tell you what, it might be the holidays but the search for gender equality certainly doesn’t take a break. No siree.  So! With that in mind, we’ve selected some ethical, feminist gifts for the patriarchy smashers in your life.

Take #2 - More Women for Local Governments - What Now?

Women now make up 38% of councillors across Victorian local governments, and almost half of all Councils have a critical mass of elected women at 40% or more. So what now? Linda Bennett from GoWomenLG continues her blog.


Women Win BIG at Council!

More women for local governments!

The voters have spoken and a record number of women councillors have been elected across 78 councils in Victorian Local Government elections in the past weeks. Guest blogger, Linda Bennett from GoWomenLG has it covered.