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    Editor's Note Ed’s Note November In this edition of Sheilas, we welcome writers and commentators Clementine Ford and Adam Smith to the fold. Clementine writes on the revival of feminism,… Read more →
    Horacek! Horacek-Sheilas-November-Final Here Comes the Sun Thanks again to Judy Horacek for this exclusive cartoon for Sheilas! As Summer approaches, generic be sure to slip, prescription slop, viagra slap on the… Read more →
    News clementine bio Emerging from the Wilderness: Feminism 2012 Feminism is back! Clementine Ford discusses the movement's dormant decade and the fortuitous events leading up to a 2012 revival - including, of course, that speech. Read more →
    News high school vintage An Open Letter to Students in Australian Schools Adam Smith laments the current state of school education with an 'Open Letter to Students in Australian Schools'. Read more →
    Polly Ticks warren The Race that Stops the (US) Nation By Sarah Capper For Australians, the first Tuesday in November is the ‘race that stops a nation’, with the event of a horse race –… Read more →
    Keeping It Reel Egypt1res Arab Spring Solidarity Keeping it Reel is a regular image section celebrating ‘Pictures of You’ – the lived experience of women and all the smile lines it generates. This month photographer Ali Hogg shares an image she snapped at a Melbourne protest in solidarity with the Egyptian revolution last year. Read more →
    A Bonza Sheila julia-baird-300x288 A Bonza Baird A Bonza Sheila is a regular section which pays tribute to a good woman. This month our Bonza Sheila is writer and author Julia Baird. Read more →
    Culture Club 220px-Bachelorette_FilmPoster Female Chauvinist Pigs: Bachelorette Review "So how should we take these films? Failed attempts at joining the gender divide to the lowest common denominator, or small steps forward for girls-on-film-kind?" Elisabeth Morgan reviews 'Bachelorette' movie. Read more →
    Next Edition Sneak Peek! Shh! December Teaser In our last edition for the year, help Professor Megan Davis is set to provide an edited version of her recent NAARM Oration at the… Read more →