Tag: Women’s Column

August 3, 2014

Writing anything on feminism these days is a bit like discussing the Israel–Palestine conflict. Every discussion on the issue is hazardous, any stance you take is going to make you an enemy, and at some point you’re going to get called a pig.

August 3, 2014

I like sex. I like thinking about sex, I like talking about sex, I like having sex.

August 3, 2014

These are fast and delicious, with the mixture put together in only a few minutes. The result is thoroughly worth it, producing soft puffy biscuits with a rich coconut flavour.

August 3, 2014

Maybe it’s because I’d never been there before last week, but I’d always believed KK Malaysian was some kind of mythical place where every student to have ever lived in Wellington would journey on a ritualistic Saturday-night BYO pilgrimage, experiencing cheap delicious food and Fat Bird.

August 3, 2014

If you pick up traditional histories, you’re unlikely to encounter much in the way of vaginas.

August 3, 2014

Tānemahuta, the god of the forest, proceeded to the natural soils of Papatūānuku, and there he fashioned a human form, a figure from earth.

August 3, 2014

How to do ~woman~ without reinforcing the binary

August 3, 2014

While everyone was sitting down waiting to hear where LeBron was going to go, what Melo was going to do, there was one franchise that couldn’t care less.

August 3, 2014

This is a very simple version of a classic dish from way back before we were all born… It requires tagliatelle pasta, sour cream, mushrooms, Worcestershire sauce and beef schnitzel.