We’re across the internet, so you don’t have to be

Links you might’ve missed:

  • OMG you gays, it’s Pride Month! If you’re heading to the party, read this piece about how to be a good LGBT ally. Hot tip: Straight ppl, it’s not about you.
  • National Reconciliation Week just wrapped up. ICYMI: Leaders called for a treaty in the “Uluru Statement From The Heart,” rejecting the idea of constitutional recognition.
  • Territorians: Barunga Festival is on 9-11 June.
  • Photos of lattes? Un-ironic hotdogs or legs? A selfie carousel? Here’s what to do when you love your friend but kinda hate them on social media.
  • “Where’s my black, gay dragon-slayer?” asks Nayuka Gorrie, at the Sydney Writer’s Fest.
  • “The dilemma is this: by continually rebranding history we risk obscuring history and erasing our shame – a shame that forces us to tell the truth about our past, and understand that this past still shapes our present.” That’s what the normally spot-on Julia Baird had to say about the Margaret Court arena controversy. Hmmmm, not sure we agree. You?
  • “White women drive me crazy,” writes Aisha Mirza in this BuzzFeed essay.
  • There’s a new book coming out re: how we can fight for our own career success. Not Just Lucky by Jamila Rizvi (full disclosure: she’s Grace’s ex-boss) will launch July 3 at an event with Susan Carland.
  • U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg wins everything. But especially this class photo.
  • We’ll fight with you about the cultural significance of Kim Kardashian any day of the week, but this profile of her right-hand woman, Stephanie Sheperd, was delicious. Choice excerpt? Kanye West loves Cards Against Humanity and Kris Jenner runs shit exactly the way you think she does — “like a fucking G.”

Read the rest of issue 7:

Hi and welcome to issue 7!

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’