Friday Reflection: Perceptions and pathways for women

Dianne Motton remembers when the rights of women were shoved into the background.

The women we admire and love

On International Women’s Day, we pay tribute to the females who enrich our lives.


Millions fall ‘victim’ to super system: KPMG

Australia discriminates against the majority of its population, according to financial services giant KPMG.


Building positive body image when unrealistic comparisons are everywhere

We present the case for embracing the imperfect – because who isn’t?

Solo Travel

The most and least dangerous countries for solo women travellers

A study has revealed the most and least dangerous countries for women who are travelling alone.


Cardiovascular disease killing more and more Australian women

Cardiovascular disease is a leading cause of illness and death among Australians and it is affecting more and more women, according to a new report from the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare.


Urgent super reform needed now, ASFA warns

Low confidence in retirement among women is a clear indicator that more must be done to improve women’s retirement outcomes, says the Association of Superannuation Funds of Australia.


Women at least 12 years away from financial equality: index

Economic equality is unlikely to be achieved until at least 2031, despite women making record progress in the March quarter, according to the latest Financy Women’s Index.


Are women there yet in terms of equality?

It’s International Women’s Day. The words elicit a yawn from many men – and even women debate whether the ‘special’ day should be preserved. Does it continue to serve a purpose?


Mental health issues widespread, survey finds

Almost half of the 15,000 women who participated in a Jean Hailes health survey had been diagnosed with depression or anxiety by a doctor or psychologist.


A little puffiness in its proper place

As vaginas age, their exteriors lose some ‘tone’ … to the rescue comes labia puffing, designed to restore youthful plumpness to flappy bits.


Feeling the cold more? This might be why

Your adult kids are wearing T-shirts and shorts – and so are the grandchildren. Meanwhile, you’re wearing long pants, multiple layers up top, and boots. What’s going on?

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