BROWN

Sometimes society forgets that feminism isn’t a singular aspect on a colour spectrum. Within the movement and desire to advocate and fight for my equal rights and representations is the balance that I need to strike with my heritage and my nationality. Born an Australian, raised an Indian-Australian, hailing from an Indian heritage. I am…

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FEMINIST FORMATION

From the heart and soul of a feminist, let’s talk about feminism: – Let’s clarify something, Feminists are not a group of sexually deprived, spiteful women. Feminists are not a group of scornfully single, complacent women who are unhappy with their lives. To be a feminist is not to go around bashing males and forming…

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THE ROUND UP

I’m not known to follow trends. Not always, anyway. This year however, I’ve decided to cement a few thoughts that I’d like to see play out over the course of 2018. 2018 is going to be, in its own right, a year of occasions. Stepping out of the teens and into “true” adulthood with my…

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2017

I don’t think I understood what a roller coaster truly was until I embarked on a journey titled 2017. This is the first year where I have hardened so much: physically, emotionally and mentally. Sure the year was filled with many, many highs. But i think every test I endured, every painstaking new challenge that…

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HISTORIC

What transpired today, at 10am EST, was truly historic. Today marks a departure from the battle for equality. Australia has voted yes for marriage equality, in one of the most divisive political agendas the nation has seen. 61.6% of the population who voted in the same sex marriage plebiscite voted in favour of marriage equality. As…

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