Reviews

Rage Continued: A Review of Rebecca Traister’s, ‘Good and Mad, The Revolutionary Power of Women’s Anger’, by Georgia Rose Phillips

Rage Continued: A Review of Rebecca Traister’s, ‘Good and Mad, The Revolutionary Power of Women’s Anger’ by Georgia Rose Phillips   Anger, when observed in isolation, is often stigmatised or seen as an unpleasant or destructive force — especially when it comes from a woman. It is something many women …

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UNSW Med Revue – The Incredibly Racist

Digital UNSW Med Revue – The Incredibly Racist By Lungol Wekina There’s something inexplicable about the feeling you get when you’re in the middle of a dark theatre and you’re surrounded by people laughing at racist remarks specifically targeting your own marginalised community. The first time it happens, you swallow …

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Swansong

Prose Swansong By Emily Olorin   I perch, trusting eyes locked with your own. I am achingly breathless in the blue that drowns me; I Ophelia, the curve of a lily at the bottom of a lake. A dove staring docile on the branches of a tree, giving its trust …

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Reviewing: Rosie Waterland’s Crazy Lady

Reviewing: Rosie Waterland’s Crazy Lady

By Sarah Hort   CW: suicide, mental health   You know you’re in for a seriously good time when the stage is empty except for a white, leather, Oprah-style couch, a simple table, a single glass and an entire bottle of bubbly awaiting Rosie Waterland’s arrival.   As my friend …

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