Hoyden meetup at the Guylian Belgian Chocolate Cafe, Opera Quays, East Circular Quay on Sunday 8th March 2015 at 12:00 noon!
There will be a Hoyden meetup at Victoria Park Camperdown on Sunday October 26 at 1pm. See you there!
There will be a Hoyden and Femmosphere meetup in Enmore on Sunday August 18 at 12 noon. See you there!
Cherchez la Femme comes to Sydney for the first time! It’s 5pm to 8pm, Sun April 21 at the Vanguard, 42 King Street, Newtown. If you’re in Canberra, Cherchez La Femme will be held tomorrow night, Tue April 16, from 7pm at The Front Gallery & Cafe 2012 , 1 Wattle Place, Lyneham, $15 at the door.
Cherchez la Femme – ‘Feminism in the pub’ – Sunday 21st April 2013 Cherchez la Femme comes to Sydney for the first time! Since 2010 Melbourne audiences have flocked to see smart, funny feminists engaging on topics like sex, sport, sluts, comedy, film, fashion, public space and fat. It’s like feminist Q&A…with drinks. CLF features thoughtful, uncensored, and irreverent takes… Read more →
I propose a meetup for March. It will likely be south of the harbour this time. If you’d like to come along, please indicate your preferred date at this Doodle poll.
Come join us at Coogee on the 15th!
Anyone up for a meet-up in Melbourne? Sunday 8 Jan, From 11.30 am (late arrivals fine!), Portland Hotel, 127 Russell St (cnr Lt Collins – NW corner).
We will be in the casual bar area.
There will be a Hoyden and Femmosphere meetup in Manly on Sunday December 18 at 11:00am. See you there!
There will be a Hoyden and Femmosphere meetup in Manly on Sunday December 18 at 11:30am. Mark your calendars. Details to be confirmed.
I’m hoping to organise a wee Hoydens and femmosphere participants (that is, people who write or comment on or read feminist blogs) in December in Sydney. If you could possibly come, please help me get a sense for dates. Fill out this poll to indicate your availability.
Remember how I wrote a post about the experiences of filming an ad advocating marriage equality the other day? Well, it’s out now from the good people at the I Do campaign. It features Mim, her family, and me, if you can spot us!
Mim, her daughter, her mother, and I spent a very, very, very long afternoon filming a new ad advocating same-sex marriage with Australian Marriage Equality and GetUp!. Let me tell you all about it. The organisers had kept the specifics well under wraps, only telling us to wear jeans and red or white shirts, and that we would be filming… Read more →