Words by: Alice Wright Art by: Lillian Busby
I believe there’s a change waiting to be made in the sex positivity movement.… Is Blind Sex Positivity Feminist?
Words by: Juliette Capomolla Art by: Charlotte Elwell
It seems to be only fitting that, in a year as lonely as ever, we all turned to our sex toys for solace. Sales soared once we were all forced to stay at home last year, ironically allowing us to find company in ourselves. But it’s not like this hasn’t happened before. I mean, in the Global Financial Crisis (GFC) sex toy sales boomed, while people saved their pennies by staying inside. And what better way to waste time than with a dildo bed-side?… Sex Toys, You Rock My World
Words by: Dinithi Perera Film by: Paisley Chiew
The first time I touched myself, I was 17. Featherlight fingertips over my underwear, barely grazing, unsure of where and how I should touch. I was burning all over, mind delirious with need. It was too much and not enough all at once. So, I slipped my fingers further in, heart thrumming in my chest.… The Trials and Tribulations of Self Pleasure
Words by Caitlin Johnston Art by Bingyu Zhou
Self-love doesn’t always mean bubble-baths, clean eating and face masks. Self-love is simply a form of self-improvement, which at times can be uncomfortable. I’ve got four pieces of advice shared by fellow Monash students on the messy side of self-love.
Words by Elizabeth Narwastu Art by Griea Taylor
Self-care has become a trendy topic in the videos we watch, the articles we read and even in the conversations we have amongst our friends. From mastering the art of decluttering, to eating your vegetables or dedicating a day to being lazy, we all practise some sort of self-care to maximise our well-being. As human beings, we have to take care of ourselves, whether it’s for the mind or the body. We also need another form of ‘release.’
No matter where you are in the world, most individuals can relate to the feeling of having a defining characteristic that separates them from the supposed norm. … Mixed Race? Yes. Mixed Up? No.
I hated my stripy red, white, and silver stretch marks for a seriously unhealthy amount of time. … A Mark To Remember
To say the least, she made me fucking miserable. … She
A poem by Em Osborne. … Anachronism
We all have parts of our bodies we don’t like. But, it’s a whole different ball game when that body part you don’t like is classified as a clinical disease. … Scoliosis, Straight Up