Simona Castricum is a Melbourne-based musician, DJ and performer, who is also currently completing her PhD in Architecture. She talks to us about her experiences as a woman in dominant cis-gender culture which dictates that for trans women to be accepted - they must 'pass'.
The creator behind the award winning blog, Life Through The Disability Lens, Colleen Chifamba shares her experiences as a Black woman with disability and her relationship with her body.
Kiewa Austin-Rioli is a proud 16 year old Gunditjmara and Tiwi islander woman. As a teenager, growing up with social media, she's come up against constant messaging around what bodies are good and what are bad, and she shares how she's embracing her body because it's who she is.
Brodie Lancaster is a writer and editor based in Melbourne. She's the founder of Filmme Fatales and released her first book, No Way! Okay, Fine, a pop culture memoir last year. Brodie shares her journey to a healthy relationship with her body and how visibility impacts our own experiences.