Have we reached a tipping point in Australian politics? Will the protests end with a change of government?
making a difference
I’ve just started a new Flickr group called Brave New Web, inspired by the awesome my.nameis.me website.
I ran my first anti-sexism workshop for children last week. They were a Montessori class of 5-6 year olds and I concentrated on questioning gender stereotypes, identifying sexism and a little bit of acceptance stuff of gender queer identities. I… Read More ›
According to the news reports, it was a reckless Bart playing a prank to get attention. But this protestor is more of an earnest Lisa – just read his blog.
This is a terrific campaign against rape myths, and Rape Crisis Scotland have made this downloadable as a print-quality PDF:
More information here.
Best of luck to the Saudi women drivers and their supporters today. (You can follow this extraordinary campaign on twitter at #Women2Drive).
Survivors Mel Hughes and Kate Ravenscroft are creating a zine by survivors of sexual assault for survivors of sexual assault: We Will Not Go Quietly.
They’re looking for a huge range of submissions, preferably by 31 July 2011. For more information, see their website We Will Not Go Quietly.
Australia’s largest network of organisations advocating for women’s equality is marking the International Day of Action for Women’s Health on 28 May 2011 with the launch of a survey to identify gaps in Australian women’s health services.