In March of 2014 at 17 years old, I moved from my small town on the East Coast of Australia to the big smoke, London, England. I remember I arrived just as the sun had started to rear its head again and everything felt fresh and new and full of life and possibilities. It was after being in London for three months that I knew something was different about my body. Image by: Balraj Bains
Jasmine Wallis opens up about her first experience of being shamed for her body hair, while celebrating photographer Ashley Armitage and razor company Billie’s decision to create the first hair removal ad that actually features fuzzy women in all their glory. Image by: Ashley Armitage
In a world that—due to scientific and technological advancement—is becoming less religious, it seems that the new age faith is the belief in the power of the universe and your own thoughts. Image by: Phoung Bui
This is what’s expected of young people in 2017. The pressure to always be working hard (or ‘hustling’ as Instagram says) is a result of society romanticizing the idea of working yourself to the point of breakdown. Image by: Meg McKenna
Simone Clarke from Butterbing Cookie Sandwiches literally went from selling treats on the side of the road to opening up a super-popular baking business in just a couple of years. We asked the biscuit-maker herself for some advice on how to start your own scrumptious food business.
This hour-long show is a journey about harnessing the power of the menstrual cycle to literally life hack your friendships, relationships and productivity. And get comfy because this ain’t no year eight sex-ed class.
Describing himself as “match ready”, Matt Okine is fighting fit for his best comedy festival run in years. Following a killer 12-months since handing over his headphones as half of Triple J’s breakfast show and debuting The Other Guy, his semi-autobiographical TV show on Stan, Okine is ready to flex his stand-up guns once more with his latest show The Hat Game.
The Corner Hotel is a Melbournian staple we all know and love, a loyal host to all our local favourites and a medley of international acts. On Wednesday night it was host to Sigrid: the Norwegian pop star who has embarked on a world tour before even releasing her first studio album.