Editor's Note Ed’s note Gday and welcome to our July 2014 edition of Sheilas, a date which represents our second year in print, woot toot. In this edition we… Read More → Horacek! Horacek-spin doctor Doctoring the Spin Sheilas resident cartoonist Judy Horacek has spoiled us this month giving a nod to our up and coming Trust Friends’ event ‘The Great Debate!’ Judy’s… Read More → News Amy Gray headshot good Public Policy Driven By Ideology: Couples Counseling Lowering the divorce rate in Australia has recently been nominated as an area of policy interest by the Abbott Government. Writer Amy Gray looks at… Read More → News clementine-bio A Feminists Guide to Taking Time-Off Regular Sheilas contributor and writer Clementine Ford gives us a run-down on how to relax from the daily tremors of being a feminist. She explains… Read More → Polly Ticks VWT Sarah_sml Senate Bingo! Former Prime Minister Paul Keating once described the Australian Senate as being made up of “unrepresentative swill”. In this piece for Polly Ticks, Sheilas Editor… Read More → A Bonza Sheila Chantelle pic A Bonza Baxter Chantelle Baxter is the co-founder and Chief Inspiration Officer at One Girl – an organisation dedicated to empowering girls through education. The organisation is one… Read More → Culture Club tara book GOOD The Fictional Woman – Tara Moss This month, our regular ‘Culture Club’ Connoisseur Karen Pickering reviews the latest book by best-selling author Tara Moss - The Fictional Woman - which is… Read More → Keeping It Reel china Keeping It Reel This is a photo sent in by VWT Communications Officer Beth Nokes – taken during a recent trip to Beijing, China. Would you believe it’s… Read More → First Person isabelleface (2) Women’s Public Voices in Modern Times Isabelle Lane re-joins the Sheilas fold this month with this First Person take on feminism and hip-hop. Citing Mary Beard’s London Review of Books speech… Read More → News Disclaimer We aim to publish a variety of views on important social issues. Please note, the views published on Sheilas are the author’s and not necessarily… Read More →