February 15, 2017
In our latest episode, writer and feminist Amy Gray joins us to chat about motherhood, RuPaul, naked selfies, the politicisation of women’s bodies, and how we can maintain the rage and take positive political action in the post-Trump world.
Links to topics discussed:
- The Queen Victoria Women’s Centre newsletter, edited by Amy.
- Amy’s article on why girls take naked selfies, for SBS.
- Doing It is available now through UQP, including Amy’s essay on sexting.
- Columbia Journalism Review’s steps for reporters to take to tackle the Trump era.
Shout out to:
Amy Gray is a freelance writer based in Melbourne. She often writes about feminism, popular culture, media, parenting and the gentle art of sitting. Her work has been published in The Age, The Guardian, ABC, SBS, The Lifted Brow and a bunch of other places.
Our theme music is Rainbow Chan’s “Last”, from her latest album Spacings.