This documentary feature tells the story of the incredible women who lead the Women's Lib movement in Australia in the 60s and 70s
With two sold-out seasons under its belt, Friendly Feminism, the award-winning feminist cabaret by Millicent Sarre, is making a return to the Adelaide stage. Brought to life by an all-woman band, this is a cabaret crash-course in modern inter-sectional feminism, featuring 10 original songs, relatable anecdotes and a healthy dose of audience participation. A show […]
Fresh from a sold-out debut season, friendly feminist Millicent Sarre and her all-woman band give us a cabaret crash-course in modern intersectional feminism.
This collection of feminist essays covers a wide range of topics including literature, the silencing of women’s voices, sexual assault and motherhood - which is The Mother of All Questions.
In the late 1970s, a woman asks two of her female friends to help her raise her son, but begins to get concerned that it may be too much for him.
A little food for thought for your weekend; Glam Adelaide is kicking it old school with a celebration of our great state and its most progressive and kick arse moments
Kirsty Mac has been called a Feminazi a lot, so she’s chosen to own the label, talking about her experiences with love, family, dating and feminism.