Delivered to your inbox every week. Email* NameThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged. Supported by Charles Sturt University Women’s Health News All Women’s Health News Women’s Health News Meet the team behind Rosewell: A company reframing intimacy and sex, one product at a time ROSEWELL is a women-founded line of “obscenely aesthetic, monochromatic, minimalist devices” focusing on sex and self-care. Women’s Health News Five unexpected health benefits of using lube Less friction, more pleasure and fewer yeast infections? Yes please. Writer Alley Pascoe makes a case for investing in good quality lube. News & Views Women with disability almost twice as likely to experience partner violence A study by the ABS reveals that women living with disability are almost twice as likely to experience partner violence. News & Views Most Australian women do not meet physical activity recommendations. Reconnecting with sport can help According to the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, 60 per cent of Australian women don’t meet physical activity guidelines. News & Views Women suffer Zoom fatigue more intensely than men Zoom fatigue is a real thing, and women suffer from it more severely than men, according to a new study from Stanford University. Health Authenticity vs competency: the impossible decision older women face when it comes to dyeing their hair A new study shows that women face the choice between looking natural and being seen as competent when it comes to their grey hair. News & Views Superannuation introduces paid menstrual and menopause leave Melbourne-based Superannuation fund Future Super has introduced paid menstrual and menopause leave for its employees News & Views Women are drinking more since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic A new study from the US has found that women are drinking more than they were before the COVID-19 pandemic. News & Views ‘Fertility can still be a taboo topic’: The children’s book aiming to combat infertility stigma Where do babies come from? There’s only one answer anyone ever talks about, but we all know there is another way: IVF. News & Views Three new endometriosis research projects to get underway using federal government funding The Royal Women’s Hospital is launching three new collaborative research projects hoping to improve outcomes endometriosis outcomes. Business Tanya Dupagne’s chronic illness diagnosis has given the Camp Kulin founder a new purpose We’re profiling women working in agriculture and related fields, thanks to the excellent support of AgriFutures Australia, in line with our weekly publication for women in agriculture, The Ag Wrap. News & Views 7 ways to make Easter safe and inclusive for children with food allergies There’s no need for children with food allergies to miss out this Easter. Here’s how to include them in your celebrations and help keep them safe. News & Views Don’t Comment On What Strangers Are Eating At least, unsolicited food policing is rude. At worst, it’s dangerous and triggering, says psychologist Sherisse Cohen. News & Views Menopause remains a taboo topic in workplaces, new research reveals Menopause remains a taboo subject in the workplace, with new research revealing Australian women who experience menopause feel unsupported. Uncategorised Australia should follow New Zealand’s lead with a miscarriage bereavement bill At Pink Elephants, we have been championing an amendment to the Australian Fair Work Bereavement Leave Act for just over two years. News & Views New Zealand parliament unanimously approves paid leave for parents after miscarriage or stillbirth New Zealand’s parliament has voted unanimously to grant parents three days paid bereavement leave after a miscarriage or stillbirth.