On International Women’s Day, for those who can make it to Canberra, the annual Pamela Denoon Lecture will be given by Nelly Thomas on the topic of “Sexual Equality: negotiating a modern minefield”. From their website: While sex is ubiquitous,… Read More ›
In Letters to Tiptree, forty writers, editors, critics, and fans address questions of gender, of sexuality, of the impossibility and joy of knowing someone only through their fiction and biography. They reminisce about the impact of Tiptree’s work, about teaching her stories, and about what it means that a woman can write “like a man”.
Reminder: Hoyden meetup at the Guylian Belgian Chocolate Cafe, Opera Quays, East Circular Quay this Sunday (8th March) at 12:00 noon!
Hoyden meetup at the Guylian Belgian Chocolate Cafe, Opera Quays, East Circular Quay on Sunday 8th March 2015 at 12:00 noon!
What is the lure of the awful female lead role to an excellent actress? Why, that it is a female lead role.
The riotous annual event recognising the most sexist statements by Australian public figures over the past year has just happened this week.
This coming Saturday at the Mitchell Library, in Sydney, there will be a screening of a new American-made documentary about the history and influence of Wonder Woman. Afterwards there will be a panel discussion with some amazing local wonder women: Nicola Scott, Feisty Cuffs, Queenie Chan and Mystic Medusa will be chatting with filmmaker and journalist Daz Chandler.
People who can get to Canberra: this year’s Pamela Denoon lecture is the 25th Anniversary of the event. The speech will be given by Wendy McCarthy AO, and many previous speakers and committee members will be attending for this special occasion.