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Deafblind artist Joseph Formosa connects to Indigenous culture through sea creatures

With a white cane and the assistance of his father, Tony, Port Stephens artist Joseph Formosa makes his way slowly but surely across the...

Identifying sexual health service barriers for trans & gender diverse folks...

Sexual Health Quarters (SHQ) and the WA AIDS Council (WAAC) have announced the development of a new resource that seeks to identify barriers for...

Hannah Witton to Feature on Relationships & Sex Eduction Webinar –...

Hannah Witton to Feature on Relationships & Sex Eduction Webinar – TenEighty — Internet culture in focus 15 49.0138 8.38624 ...

Lower your blood pressure with right lifestyle choices, Life & Culture

BLOOD pressure (BP) continues to be an important determinant of our health and has significant implications for many diseases including...

This isn’t it, after all: the Strokes are rolling back the...

The Strokes felt essential in 2001, when they arrived with simultaneous stagger and swagger into a rock landscape in the pits. Pop was having...

University Rape Culture: Why we need to talk about it

Twenty-three per cent of women experience sexual assault at some point in their lives, a shocking fact when you consider that this equates...

Why Maine students are learning about affirmative consent and how it...

Yes means yes. That’s the message that Maine secondary students will learn in health classes as a result of legislation passed earlier this year. The...

Pink-ribbon culture is gaslighting women

Why did I see red when I caught sight of San Francisco’s City Hall lit up pink for breast cancer awareness this week? It’s...

The Observer guide to the best autumn culture | Culture

Film: literary adaptations You know Oscar season is approaching when the weather gets chillier and the options at the cinema get a little more literary...
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