Girls will be Girls - Emer O'Toole
Women who run with the Wolves - Clarissa Pinkola Estes
The Beauty Myth - Naomi Wolf
Bell Hooks: Aint I a Woman? || Feminism is for Everybody || All About Love: New Visions
Vagina - Naomi Wolf
The Urgency of Intersectionality - Kimberle' Crenshaw
Miss Representation - The media is selling the idea that girls’ and women’s value lies in their youth, beauty, and sexuality and not in their capacity as leaders. Boys learn that their success is tied to dominance, power, and aggression. We must value people as whole human beings, not gendered stereotypes.
The Business of Being Born - The Business of Being Born is a 2008 documentary that explores the modern experience of childbirth, it critisizes the health care system with its emphasis on medicines and costly interventions and its view of childbirth as a medical emergency rather than a natural experience.
Boys will be boys: Deconstructing Masculinity - Michael Kimmell
Understanding intersectional feminism
Does Feminism speak for all women? - Lia Incognita
White Slaves' and White Australia - Prostitution and the making of Australian Society - Raelene Frances
The Mask you Live In - The Mask You Live In follows boys and young men as they struggle to stay true to themselves while negotiating the narrow definition of masculinity.
Why we (men) don't write about our sex lives
Sydneys: @theroughperiod - Supporting Sydneys homeless sisters by providing safe and sanitary products
Ethical and female focused pornography:
ifeelmyself.com: IFM is a project that defies categorisation. Our society tends to draw distinctions between pornography and erotica, art and sex. We desire to allow them to intersect without exclusivity, and we want to cross the borders between these categories to create a holistic erotic experience. Our content meditates on the value of the explicit and the unseen, the realities of everyday female sexual desire, and the beauty of a human lost in passionate self-pleasure.
Beautiful Agony: Beautiful Agony began as a multimedia experiment, to test a hypothesis that eroticism in human imagery rests not in naked flesh and sexual illustration, but engagement with the face. We wondered whether film of a genuine, unscripted, natural orgasm - showing only the face - could succeed where the most visceral mainstream pornography fails, and that is, to actually turn us on.