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FWF Q&A: Alison Evans

FWF Q&A: Alison Evans

Alison Evans is the author of Euphoria Kids. What does feminism mean to you? I’ve been thinking about this a lot lately and I don’t know. I think it is listening to other people. I have been trying to make the mental shift from being someone who identifies as a...

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FWF Q&A: Lucia Osborne-Crowley

FWF Q&A: Lucia Osborne-Crowley

Lucia Osborne-Crowley is the author of I Choose Elena. What does feminism mean to you?  Feminism, to me, means being vigilant about recognising each and every structural and individual disadvantage women face as well as the combined impact of those disadvantages....

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FWF Q&A: Anna Krien

FWF Q&A: Anna Krien

Anna Krien is the author of Act of Grace. What does feminism mean to you?  To me, feminism means keeping your eye in. So much of our everyday life is based on assumptions about gender roles, be it in work, politics, education, play or love, and with each stage of...

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FWF Q&A: Madison Griffiths

FWF Q&A: Madison Griffiths

Madison Griffiths is a writer, poet, artist and host of Tender. What does feminism mean to you? It means disobedience, but the best possible kind. Feminism is a conversation, a response to being left out of the discourse. It allows for women’s voices, bodies and needs...

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FWF Q&A: Jess Hill

FWF Q&A: Jess Hill

Jess Hill is the author of See What You Made Me Do What does feminism mean to you? To me, feminism is about sustainability. It’s not just about gaining equality in a patriarchal world – it’s about exposing the patriarchy as a destructive and ridiculous system, not...

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FWF Q&A: Nicola Redhouse

FWF Q&A: Nicola Redhouse

Nicola Redhouse is the author of Unlike the Heart. What does feminism mean to you? For me feminism means a constant awareness and push against structures and systems, attitudes, biases (often unconscious) and cultures that deny women the ability to make choices for...

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FWF Q&A: Alice Whitmore

FWF Q&A: Alice Whitmore

Alice Whitmore is a Melbourne-based writer and academic, the translator of Guillermo Fadanelli and Mariana Dimópulos, and an editor at Cordite Poetry Review. What does feminism mean to you? Feminism to me is a collective spirit of love and strength. Feminism...

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FWF Q&A: Monica Tan

FWF Q&A: Monica Tan

Former Guardian journalist and Greens politician Monica Tan is the author of Stranger Country. What does feminism mean to you? Feminism to me means being conscious that my womanhood is a frame through which I have both experienced the world, and been regarded by the...

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FWF Q&A: Hella Ibrahim

FWF Q&A: Hella Ibrahim

Hella Ibrahim is the founding editor of Djed Press, an online publication that provides a paid platform for creators of colour. What does feminism mean to you? I have a poster on my wall at home that reads: What are you doing to make things better? I look at...

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