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FWF QUARANTINE Q&A: Rita Therese

FWF QUARANTINE Q&A: Rita Therese

Rita Therese is is a sex worker, artist, writer and the author of Come: A memoir What does feminism mean to you? Feminism is so complicated and nuanced that I would struggle to find a one-size-fits-all type approach, but for me and my current understanding of feminism...

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Q&A: Michelle Law

Q&A: Michelle Law

Michelle Law is a writer and actor working across print, theatre, film and television. She wrote the smash-hit play Single Asian Female, which has sold out seasons and continues to tour across Australia. Her screenwriting...

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FWF Quarantine Q&A: Elizabeth Tan

FWF Quarantine Q&A: Elizabeth Tan

Elizabeth Tan is a writer and academic. Her beguiling short story collection Smart Ovens for Lonely People is her second book. What does feminism mean to you? I feel that feminism at its heart means paying careful attention to who is being served – who is being seen,...

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FWF QUARANTINE Q&A: Winnie Dunn & Ferdous Bahar

FWF QUARANTINE Q&A: Winnie Dunn & Ferdous Bahar

Winnie Dunn is the editor of Sweatshop Women: Volume 2, a collection of stories from culturally diverse women from Western Sydney. Ferdous Bahar is a contributing writer. What does feminism mean to you? Winnie Dunn: I actually don’t prescribe to feminism, which I...

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FWF QUARANTINE Q&A: Pip Williams

FWF QUARANTINE Q&A: Pip Williams

Pip Williams is a social scientist and writer. Her debut novel The Dictionary of Lost Words is a tale of missing words and the lives of women lived between the lines. What does feminism mean to you? If you’d asked ‘what does feminism mean?’ I would not be able to...

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FWF QUARANTINE Q&A: Olivia Laing

FWF QUARANTINE Q&A: Olivia Laing

Olivia Laing is a writer whose essay collection Funny Weather: Art in an Emergency makes the compelling argument for why art matters in times of turbulence. What does feminism mean to you?Speaking as a non-binary person, it means destroying the artificial and rigidly...

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FWF QUARANTINE Q&A: Liz Allen

FWF QUARANTINE Q&A: Liz Allen

Liz Allen is a demographer and social researcher and author of The Future of Us: Democracy gets a makeover What does feminism mean to you? Growing up I felt invisible. The world didn’t see me – I was poor and a girl – and it hurt. With invisibility comes a silence,...

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FWF Q&A: Miranda Tapsell

FWF Q&A: Miranda Tapsell

Miranda Tapsell is the author of Top End Girl. What does feminism mean to you? Feminism should be about thinking outside of yourself and your needs. It is about prioritising the voices of women who have second or third glass ceilings to break as well. Was there a...

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FWF Quarantine Q&A: Hilde Hinton

FWF Quarantine Q&A: Hilde Hinton

Hilde Hinton is the author of The Loudness of Unsaid Things, a story of loneliness, isolation and finding your way. What does feminism mean to you? This poor word. It just can’t shake its history, glorious as it is. So many women shirk this word. Shrug it off. Too...

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