Seeking FWF Board Members

Seeking FWF Board Members

FWF is currently seeking two new board members, including a Treasurer. After meeting the challenges of 2020, we are seeking two new board members to help grow the organisation and secure its future into 2022 and beyond. Financial or accounting experience and...

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FWF2020 The Politics of Health — Recommended Reading

FWF2020 The Politics of Health — Recommended Reading

KATERINA BRYANT is the author of Hysteria: A Memoir of Illness, Strength, and Women’s Stories Throughout History New South Books.Book recommendationsThe Animals in That Country, Laura Jean McKay, ScribeDead Blondes and Bad Mother Sady Doyle, PenguinIn the Dream House...

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FWF2020 Craftivism — Recommended Reading

FWF2020 Craftivism — Recommended Reading

KATE ROBINSONBook recommendationsWhite Tears/Brown Scars, Ruby Hamad, MUPToo Much Lip, Melissa Lucashenko, UQPA Darker Shade of Magic, VE Schwab, Macmillan Online recommendationsStill processing — podcast by Wesley Morris and Jenna Wortham on society, art, dating...

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FWF2020 Ecofeminism — Recommended Readings

FWF2020 Ecofeminism — Recommended Readings

ALICE ROBINSON is the author of The Glad Shout and Anchor Point.Book recommendationsThe Mother Fault, Kate Mildenhall, Simon & SchusterThe End We Start From, Megan Hunter, Pan MacmillianWolfe Island, Lucy Treloar, Pan MacmillanOnline recommendationsAching for...

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FWF2020 Feminism for All — Recommended Reading

FWF2020 Feminism for All — Recommended Reading

JAX JACKI BROWN's writing has been published in: Kindred: 12 Queer #LoveOzYA Stories, Michael Earp (ed), Walker Books, Growing up Queer in Australia, Benjamin Law (ed), Black Inc and What’s in a Name? Perspectives from Non-Biological and Non-Gestational Queer Mothers,...

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FWF2020 Feisty But Friendly — Recommended  Reading

FWF2020 Feisty But Friendly — Recommended Reading

AKANE KANAI is the author of Gender and Relatability in Digital Culture, Palgrave Macmillan. Book recommendationsLiving a Feminist Life, Sara Ahmed, Duke UniversityEmpowered: Popular Feminism and Popular Misogyny, Sarah Banet-Weiser Duke University PressDark Matters:...

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FWF2020 Intersections of Law — Recommended Reading

FWF2020 Intersections of Law — Recommended Reading

SALLY GOLDNER Sally’s Story is her story of self-discovery, as she navigates the gender path on the way to her 45th birthday.Book recommendationsThe Highly Sensitive Person, Elaine Aron, Penguin Quiet!, Susan Cain, Penguin Introvert Advantage, Marti Olsen...

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