Writer, author of 30-Something and Over It
Kasey Edwards Just because something is a tradition doesn't mean it's good, writes Kasey Edwards.
Kasey Edwards "We live in a culture where it's so normal to judge women on the basis of their beauty, that even little girls in sporting competitions are subjected to the oppressive beauty imperative," writes...
Kasey Edwards "These are six of the dumbest words I used to say in job interviews," writes Kasey Edwards.
Kasey Edwards A host of male dating 'experts' say single women are too competent, too dependent, too smothering, too ballsy, too fond of high-waisted jeans - and the list goes on.
Kasey Edwards There's no shortage of inspirational videos challenging social limitations placed on girls, but without the same for boys they won't solve anything.
Kasey Edwards "When men insist on maintaining these rituals without any regard for the woman involved, it's the opposite of gentlemanly," writes Kasey Edwards.
Kasey Edwards "The thing about parenting is that it doesn't stop. Every day, every night, every week, every month for YEARS," writes Kasey Edwards.
Kasey Edwards "The further I drift from our cultural definition of beauty - namely young, slim and symmetrical - the less welcome I feel," writes Kasey Edwards.
Kasey Edwards We shouldn't make the mistake of trying to protect our children's innocence by maintaining their ignorance, writes Kasey Edwards.
Kasey Edwards We've been fed a line that workplaces are more friendly to mothers now. Let's get real.
Kasey Edwards Think football "isn't just for boys"? Kasey Edwards doesn't buy that.
Kasey Edwards We talk about the importance of teaching girls that it's okay to say "no". But what about saying yes?
Kasey Edwards For many women, breastfeeding isn't a choice. And those who want to "help mothers and babies" first need to understand that.
Kasey Edwards A new study reveals the career impact men and women face for dating their bosses.
Kasey Edwards "'Why did you go to uni if you just stay at home?' It was an innocent and unexpected question to my friend from her six-year-old daughter."
Kasey Edwards Our culture rewards girls and young women for being cute, but here's why we try to send a different message at home.
Kasey Edwards Kasey Edwards: "By prohibiting these kinds of activities, we run the risk of sexualising something that is innocent and reframing a game into an exercise in shaming and judgement."
Kasey Edwards And do we ever pause and think about why she chose to leave in the first place?
Kasey Edwards "On the days I feel like I am drowning in the abyss of motherhood, it is other mothers who pull me out."
Kasey Edwards "No one thinks it's quirky and charming if you name your son Clara."