Finding A Safe Space

I love UC, I really do. But as a closeted trans man, it’s hard to get the energy to go to university when almost everyone thinks you’re somebody you’re not. No, Simon Blackwood is not my ‘real’ name, it’s a pseudonym, as I would rather not divulge my name in this article for my own anonymity. I don’t want people to figure out who I really am, for my own safety. 

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Miss-Treated

When some, or all, of the symptoms you are experiencing are not being taken seriously by doctors, the quality of the healthcare you are receiving is undoubtably declining. For women all around the world, including right here in Australia, this is the reality. It’s known as the pain gap.

Ebony explores the grim reality of healthcare for women with chronic health conditions in Australia.

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Visibility Is Vital: More Work Needs to Be Done to Address Sexual Assault on Campus

WARNING: This article mentions topics of sexual assault and harassment  Sexual violence on university campuses has been a prevalent issue for years. Recently the conversation has shifted, and universities are being forced to face the harsh reality that their inaction has continuously left students without the necessary support. Universities have often lacked the sophistication to […]

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