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- Jan 16, 2019
First published on Tuesday the 6th of November, 2018, this piece comes in at number 4 in the top 30 most read Villainesse stories of 2018....Read More
First published on Tuesday the 28th of August, 2018, this piece comes in at number 8 in the top 30 most read Villainesse stories of 2018....Read More
First published on Thursday the 27th of September, 2018, this piece comes in at number 11 in the top 30 most read Villainesse stories of 2018....Read More
First published on Wednesday the 31st of October, 2018, this piece comes in at number 16 in the top 30 most read Villainesse stories of 2018....Read More
First published on Monday the 26th of November, 2018, this piece comes in at number 19 in the top 30 most read...Read More
First published on Monday the 28th of May, 2018, this piece comes in at number 25 in the top 30 most read Villainesse stories of 2018.
The 2019 Academy Awards show, due to take place on February 25 th , is just over two months away. Still a while away in the grand scheme things,...Read More
New Zealand has a problem with violence against women. This will come as no surprise to anyone who has watched the news recently. New changes to...Read More
I believe, as a culture, we’ve come a long way in terms of how we treat mental health. When Britney Spears...Read More
When I think of feminist films, I think of Thelma and Louise , The Colour Purple , and the...Read More
I try to keep things in perspective. I live in New Zealand – the 15 th country in the world to legalise gay marriage. I can walk down the street...Read More
“Blonde!” I told them, “Completely blonde!”
When I went through my last big breakup several years ago, I booked myself a salon sesh almost...Read More
Amanda Palmer didn’t mean for her latest release to be so relevant. Mr Weinstein Will See You Now, her latest Patreon-powered THING – as she likes...Read More
“We’re all born naked – the rest is drag.”
So said Ru Paul once upon a time, gifting the world a fabulous Instagram caption as well as a...Read More
Ariana Grande has been called a diva , a symbol , a leader , and a killer. No link to that last one,...Read More
Dear Kristy, Mary-Anne, Claudia, Stacey, Dawn, Mallory, and Jessi – by way of Ann M....Read More
Abigail Johnson chatted with emerging indie artist Josie Moon about music, aesthetics, and trying to put...Read More
When people call parenting the ‘hardest job in the world’ I often pick up a faint whiff of condescension. It seems like something people think...Read More
Abigail Johnson caught up with pop-country songstress Jamie McDell to see what she’s been up to,...Read More
I’m old enough (read: not that old) to remember when people said ‘kiwi comedy’ was an oxymoron. The quip still pops up in the rubbish dump that is...Read More
I love doing my makeup.
I also rarely, if ever, wear it.
That’s less the smug statement it may seem, and more a testament to my...Read More
A few weeks ago, New Zealand’s warrior princess Lucy Lawless fired off a tweet stating she wouldn’t be bothered if she saw someone burning the New...Read More
Abortion holds a unique space in our society. Few other medical procedures are wished to be both ‘legal’ and ‘rare’. Few medical procedures sit...Read More
Drop the word Millennial and you’re guaranteed a response. Whether the response will be positive or negative is hard to say. But you’ll get one....Read More
There are a number of gems in Aotearoa’s cultural calendar; The Comedy Festival, The Arts Festival, WOMAD and all the big summer music festies....Read More
My girlfriend and I were grinning from ear to ear as we left our screening of Ocean’s 8 . We hadn’t devised some feminist conspiracy to love the...Read More