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The Iconic Vogue Ball

House of Ayebatonye x Brick City Studios presents The Iconic Vogue Ball The Iconic Vogue Ball was more than just an ordinary party. An immersive and interactive audiovisual experience, the Ball was a homage to the birthplace of Vogue, New York City. Through ballroom culture, Voguing has provided an outlet for those who were marginalized to […]

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Sex Ed A Go Go; No Question Is Too Taboo

Well-rounded sex education is the foundation for a sex positive community. There are millions of people around the world doin’ it everyday, and yet for a lot of people it’s still a taboo subject. Instead of embracing this very natural human thing, it’s discussed in whispered tones at sleepovers while parents are asleep. There’s one […]

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Commodity Feminism – Cashing In on Inequality

It seems as though feminism all of a sudden has risen up from the ashes of the academic world and found its way into the mainstream media and popular discussion with the likes of Emma Watson and Lena Dunham. More than ever you see supporters of the movement towards gender equality flaunting their stance via […]

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Va Va Voom at the Bamboozle Room!

The Kings Cross we all once knew and loved (or dreaded) is gone – and that may not be such a bad thing. The public has long been crying out for a new era of venues that can cater to eclectic entertainment to revitalise this energy-dry city; Sydney has been long overdue for a makeover, […]

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Getting Glittery With Unicorns

Following the past weekend’s Mardi Gras antics we caught up with Unicorns organiser & sparkle queen Delsi Moleta. It was the first time that Unicorns had hosted an event at Sydney Mardi Gras, and holy bananas, Batman, were we impressed. Free love vibes radiated throughout the Imperial Hotel, while partygoers shimmered and shimmied in a sea of […]

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Women’s March Sydney – Uniting Around the Globe

On the 21st of January, 2017 women from all around the globe united in solidarity for the Women’s March in their respective cities. This is a movement that has come as a well deserved response to U.S President Trump’s recent inauguration and his clear lack of respect for women’s rights. Attacks on abortion services, reproductive healthcare […]

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