This contraceptive was supposed to empower women, so why don't we use it?
The female condom is much like its male counterpart — but with arguably more benefits. So why is it so hard to find (and so damn expensive)? ABC Life asks the question as part of its Not Just The Pill series.
After Christchurch, here's how you can be a good ally to those who feel marginalised
Grief, sadness, helplessness — there are a lot of emotions you might be feeling in the aftermath of the terrorist attack in Christchurch. We spoke to a range of people for advice on how to be an effective ally to those who feel marginalised.
Keep it face to face, and other tips for a healthy fight
Bottling up hurt or anger risks damaging a relationship beyond repair — but there is a right and wrong way to express it. Experts explain what a good argument looks like and how to create one.
'She lights up my life': The stories behind the women who inspire us every day
Whether it's single-handily raising a family, killing it in the workforce, teaching us to be kinder or simply nailing the use of emojis — the women in our lives make us proud for many reasons. Here are some you shared.
Is it really possible to be 'friends with benefits' without catching feelings?
Friends-with-benefits relationships are quite common today and span across many age ranges. But unless it is well understood and negotiated, it can be fraught with difficulties, writes sexologist Tanya Koens in answer to your questions.
'Nerdy' stereotypes and cultural anxiety: Dating as an Asian-Australian male
When it came to dating, I felt like I had to overcome barriers that my non-Asian friends didn't have to. It cost me a lot of confidence over time, writes Eugene Yang.
Three trailblazing Australian women whose life stories we should know
In small ways and big, these unheralded women changed the way we live. It's time to celebrate them.