PAST ISSUES

Issue 16: Growing Up Brown in Australia (10 October, 2017)

NELA ABEY: “I THOUGHT I WAS ONE OF YOU”

“I Thought I Was One of You”: Unpacking My Brownness in White Spaces

Making “Chick Lit” Fierce and Feminist

Getting Into the Sticky Stuff with Playwright Candy Bowers

Issue 15: I Was Busy Thinking ‘Bout Boys (and the Female Gaze) (September 27, 2017)

UNPACKING THE FEMALE GAZE

The Female Gaze: What is it Good For?

Anne Edmonds: White Middle Australia is Unassumingly Racist

The Complex, Troubled Relationship Between Sport and Femininity

Issue 14: Classical Pop-up Parties, Deirdre Fidge and Australia Through a Camera Lens (September 13, 2017)

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MELBOURNE’S NEWEST POP-UP PARTY, PLAY ON. (IMAGE: ALAN WHEEDON)

Deirdre Fidge: “Nobody is Immune to These Challenges”

Review: J-Law’s New Film is a Cautionary Feminist Tale

Doorly Doctor: The Sex Issue

There’s a New Pop-Up Party in Town (and It’ll Make You Feel Cultured as Hell)

What Does Australia Look Like Right Now? We Take 5 With Photographer Anna Snowsill

Issue 13: Michelle Law, ‘sadness as protest’, and a TV binge-watch list. (August 30, 2017)

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MICHELLE LAW

Michelle Law: Having a Voice is Political

GoT is over. So what do I watch now?

Is female suffering a form of protest?


Issue 12: Pussy Riot Stays Loud (August 16, 2017)

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PUSSY RIOT’S MARIA ALYOKHINA

“Our Message is Riot”: Staying Loud with Pussy Riot’s Maria Aloykhina

“I Have No Powers Legally As a Next of Kin”: Life As a Same-Sex Family in Australia

Illustrator Nancy Liang on Knowing Your Worth

A Two-Minute Explainer on Australia’s *Bullshit* Marriage Equality Postal Plebiscite

Booked Out: What to Buy for Your Funny, Feminist Best Friend


Issue 11: The Aussie woman who started a cult, The Cat Empire’s frontman, and people power (August 2, 2017)

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LIFE UNDER AUSTRALIA’S ONLY FEMALE CULT LEADER

What You (Really) Need to Know About Climate Change in Australia: Amanda McKenzie

‘I Can Add to a Movement of Change’: Felix Riebl

‘I Didn’t See Anybody Who Lived the Sort of Life I Wanted To’: Hannah Diviney

Life Under Australia’s Only Female Cult Leader


Issue 10: Simon from Play School confirms the best window shape. (July 19, 2017)

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SIMON BURKE

Arch Window > Diamond Window: We Interviewed Your Favourite Childhood Television Host, Simon from Play School

Fiction Corner: Where Will Australia Be in 2209?

“All People Would Constantly Talk About Was Hair, Clothes and Makeup”

60 Secs With Jennifer Down

Four Things to Know About Family Violence Leave


Issue 9: Brodie Lancaster, Gillian Triggs and an honest abortion story. (July 5, 2017)

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BRODIE LANCASTER

“It Was Cruel in the Extreme”: Gillian Triggs on Sexist Bullying

In Defence of Fans, Gilmore Girls, and Giving Yourself Permission to Do it All: Brodie Lancaster

Six Weeks: An Honest Abortion Story


Issue 8: Felicity Ward, Susan Carland, and the Manus Island settlement (June 21, 2017)

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FELICITY WARD

Felicity Ward: When to Lean in to Your Shame Spiral

Susan Carland: “Truly Engaging With Muslim Women is the Best Place to Start”

Don’t Lock Out Montaigne

Crafternoon Inspo: Hand Embroidery for Beginners

We’re Across The Internet, So You Don’t Have to Be


Issue 7: Rock ’n’ roll, sexism at work, and being in London rn (June 7, 2017)

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JULIA ZEMIRO

On the Road with Julia Zemiro

Why the Hell isn’t Abortion Decriminalised in NSW?

“I’ve Been Told to Stick my Tits out More, Lose Some Weight”

Dispatch From London: ‘The Risk is Double as a Muslim Woman’


Issue #6: What would Josie Alibrandi do? (May 24, 2017)

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LARISSA WATERS

Sen Larissa Waters: “We’ve Got a Long Way to Go”

Dear Doorly Doctor: Antidepressants and Your Libido

“My Family Knows All Too Well the Consequences of a Culture That Victim-Blames”

We Talked to Kick Gurry About Playing Your Ultimate Year 9 Crush, Jacob Coote


Issue #5: “Art is a vessel of protest,” plus Lindy West and Nikki Gemmell (May 10, 2017)

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LINDY WEST

Lindy West: “If I’m Going to be Wild and Alarming, I’ll Do it on My Own Terms”

Kimberley Moulton: Art is a Vessel of Protest

60 Seconds with Nikki Gemmell

Doorly Doctor: Early Miscarriages


Issue #4: actor Brenna Harding, poet Soreti Kadir and Helen Razer (April 26, 2017)

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BRENNA HARDING

Brenna Harding: I Became a Sort of Poster Girl For Same-Sex Families

Soreti Kadir on Living in the African Diaspora

Why Do We Need Diversity On-Screen?

Helen Razer: “I Will Say that Women are Harder on the Jaw”


Issue #3: Ali Barter and Julie Houts. Plus: Ethical fashion & postnatal depression (April 12, 2017)

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ALI BARTER

Ali Barter: “Women are an Incredible Force”

“Early Motherhood is Still Often Spoken About in Fatuous and Euphemistic Ways”

Feminism is in Style. But Beware the Chain Stores Jumping on the Trend.

Julie Houts: “I Try to Work on Something, However Small or Stupid, Every Day”


Issue #2: Zan Rowe’s gut feeling & Celeste Liddle’s fight (March 29, 2017)

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CELESTE LIDDLE

For Zan Rowe, “It’s All Gut”

Celeste Liddle: “I Know Where My Fight Lies”

Dear Doorly Doctor: The Best Lubes

“It was the Single Most Difficult Decision of my Life”: Life inside Immigration Detention


Issue #1: It’s finally here! (March 15, 2017)

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“I’m Not Going to Pretend That It’s Easy”: An Interview with Dr Anne Aly

Dear Doorly Doctor: Antibiotics and the Morning-After Pill, Plus Vibrator Overuse

The Tenacity of Hope: An Interview with AFLW Star Moana Hope

Booked Out: What to Read

Frances Cannon: ‘We All Deserve Self-Love’

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