A new exhibition, Into The Light, spotlights the rare and undervalued work of female-identifying photographers from the last century.
From standing on the frontlines at Tahrir Square to rallying against the patriarchy, Amal became a revolutionary when she was just a teenager.
Kate Culverwell and Anna Blackwell are more than a month into a mammoth expedition that will see them paddle a tandem kayak across Europe.
For decades, women have been using independent zines to discuss the issues that matter to them – rejecting the mainstream media’s misogyny to take issues into their own hands.
In her new mixed media project The Story Of O, New York artist Natalie Frank examines the good, bad and ugly of women's erotic imaginations.
Pooling influence from Hollywood, old advertisements and porn, visual artist Camille Mariet uses explicit, bold photography to subvert sexist stereotypes.
UK champion Grace Savage is turning the male-dominated beatboxing scene on its head, turning beats and lyrics into revolutionary new weaponry.
In her latest video for ‘PYNK’, released this week, Janelle Monae pays tribute to self-love, pink and ‘pussy power’. But are these kinds of depictions still all that progressive?
A new photography show, opening this week at Brisbane’s Metro Arts, confronts the tired cultural stereotypes surrounding east Asian womanhood.
The lo-fi punk four-piece are back with their long-awaited second album, I Don’t Run. We meet them to talk love, politics, and the lessons they’ve learned so far.
After learning to make beer as a hobby, sisters Do and Tessel de Heij created Amsterdam’s first all-women brewing company. Here’s how they did it.
Drawing crowds wherever they go, The Litas are bringing biking to the women of the Philippines – fostering a sense of close-knit community and camaraderie in the process.