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By Lauredhel on October 13, 2013
By The Wasp at The Feminist Hivemind: ‘ “No personal attacks” is not neutral’: “[…] When ours are the bodies at risk, and our views are expressions of self-defense, there is no distinction between attacking those views and attacking us personally. In other words, a space that permits the expression of views that oppress and [...]
By Lauredhel on August 31, 2013
The Sunlit Zone (2012) was written by Australian author Lisa Jacobson. I wouldn’t necessarily normally pick up this kind of novel in verse, but when it was shortlisted for the Stella Prize, it caught my eye. The blurb: Set in the near future with a narrative arc spanning 30 years from 2020 to 2050, The [...]
By Orlando on June 7, 2013
Three days ago marked 100 years since the day Emily Wilding Davison, carrying out a suffragist political protest, was trampled by racehorses at the Epsom Derby and later died. I always heard it told as “threw herself under the King’s horse”, but informed discussion around the incident suggests that I shouldn’t make such a simple, firm statement about what happened. What we must not forget is how brutal the response was to all forms of activism by women demanding something as basic as the vote.
By Lauredhel on March 23, 2013
Please feel free to use this thread to natter about anything your heart desires. Anything great happening in your life? Anything you want to get off your chest? Books? News stories? What have you created lately? Commiserations, felicitations, temptations, contemplations, speculations?
By Lauredhel on March 14, 2013
Yesterday, the Minister for the Arts unveiled Australia’s new National Cultural Policy.
“Creative Australia, the Australian Government’s 2013 national cultural policy, celebrates Australia’s strong, diverse and inclusive culture. It describes the essential role arts and culture play in the life of every Australian and how creativity is central to Australia’s economic and social success: a creative nation is a productive nation.”
By tigtog on March 11, 2013
The main blog is down because an emergency server migration was required. It’s currently in progress and as soon as the DNS nameserver changes have propagated it should be visible to all again. In the meantime, welcome back to Larvatus Prodeo! Related posts: Batten down the hatches, database port ahead Reminder for Sydney Hoydenizens: Solstice [...]
By Beppie on January 19, 2013
Parliamentary Labor Caucus will meet at 4:30PM to vote on all leadership positions.
By tigtog on February 17, 2012
I realise that I’m talking about a movie that was released in order to be in contention for last year’s award season, so you’ve probably just about forgotten it. Nevertheless, I’d like you to consider the fact that I’m a comedy tragic who writes and promotes a lot about comedy elsewhere online, yet until tonight when I flicked past Jack Black’s version of Gulliver’s Travels (December 2010) on my cable TV? I was totally unaware that Billy Connolly, Catherine Tate and Chris O’Dowd were key members of the supporting cast.
By tigtog on July 20, 2011
I’ve updated to a more recent version of WordPress. A quick look around seems that everything appears to be ticking away as usual, but just to test some of our more rarely used plugins with this new version, I’d like a few comments on this post please? I’m setting it to full moderation using the [...]
By tigtog on May 6, 2011
arewere tech problems occurring in California, apparently. Investigations are occurring, but a whole swathe of oz-blogs are currently unavailable back online.
By Helen on October 10, 2010
I saw some sad news when I clicked on one of my favourite blogs yesterday. Bitch, PhD is closing down.
The signs were there. Posts from my favourite BPhD writers have been thin on the ground this year. This has been one of my go-to group blogs since 2004, and has been one of the feminist blogs which has helped me work out my own feminism.
By tigtog on August 7, 2010
I am pleased to announce that napalmnacey and Jennifer have agreed to join the roster of Hoyden authors, to post as and when they feel so inclined. Welcome! Here, have a cake! Held by David Tennant!
By Lauredhel on December 2, 2009
The Nineteenth Edition of the Down Under Feminists Carnival is fast approaching! There are around 24 hours until the close of submissions, so get your posts in RIGHT NOW. This edition will be hosted by mynxii at The Professional Lap Cat. Submit your November posts, or those any other Australian or New Zealander feminist, at [...]
By tigtog on September 6, 2009
Not all of our new authors will be posting here often, seeing as some have theses and dissertations that they are (meant to be) prioritising in their writing time. We eagerly await their forays into bloggerly procrastination here whenever the mood strikes them.