Sohaila Abdulali’s What We Talk About When We Talk About Rape challenges the conversations surrounding rape culture and acts as a rallying call to all.
In Asking For It, Louise O’Neill unpacks the narratives around women’s bodies and their sexuality that create a culture in which sexual violence is excused, writes Lou Heinrich.
For a sports-obsessed nation like Australia, Anna Krien’s Night Games is an oft-troubling but essential expose of the troubling ‘macho culture’ that exists in codes like AFL and NRL.
This week Athena Rogers reviews the refugee Melbourne Fringe Festival performance HiRise, and Pia White takes a look at discussions of violence in the media in the monthly media review.
The images and multimedia included in this article are republished from the South Eastern Centre Against Sexual Assault’s (SECASA’s) art group blog. The art group blog was established as part of SECASA’s of our ‘year of less text’ initiative, with funding from the Victorian Women’s Trust. The ‘year of less text’ aims to do more […]