Writer, author of 30-Something and Over It
The friendship cull
Kasey Edwards Your Facebook friends might not be your 'true' friends... and that's okay, writes Kasey Edwards.
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 The attitude that women exist purely to make men’s lives better is the at the heart of the domestic violence problem.
Kasey Edwards "No one thinks it's quirky and charming if you name your son Clara."
Kasey Edwards If we're serious about tackling violence towards women then putting out spot fires is not good enough
Is breast best?
Kasey Edwards 'Breast is Best' has become a dogma. And like many dogmas before it, women suffer as a result.
Kasey Edwards If the day ever comes when women no longer fear being raped and sexually assaulted by men, when women are not hired, fired and promoted based on their looks, when women's worth is no longer reduced...
Kasey Edwards Should I teach my daughters to stand up to the men and boys who will bully and abuse them when it could get them hurt or killed?
Kasey Edwards Kasey Edwards has some sound advice for young women who want to make a difference in the world.
Kasey Edwards "If schools and community groups can only operate off the backs of women's unpaid and unrecognised labour, then the model is broken," writes Kasey Edwards.
Keeping up appearances
Kasey Edwards Do you really want to be the sort of parent who prioritises safety and comfort over your universal obligation to look hot?
Kasey Edwards It's fairly straightforward to calculate a house deposit, but how much money do you need to save up for a baby?
Kasey Edwards "It's the phrase de jour when life sucks. And it's awful," writes Kasey Edwards.
Kasey Edwards Oprah may have made $45 million in a day when she bought a stake in Weight Watchers in the US, but she paid for it in credibility.
Kasey Edwards 'Purity certificates' may be extreme, but the concept isn't too far from mainstream society's obsession with women's sexual histories.
Kasey Edwards The real joke here is that the bad mother syndrome is so far from reality that it's absurd.
Kasey Edwards How idealised images of the birth process and a lack of birth choices can have life-threatening results for some women.
Kasey Edwards It's not everyday you hear a woman speak so frankly about how much she hates pregnancy
Melissa*, as told to Kasey Edwards "I'm glad these tests are available for women who want them. But what's missing is a discussion."
Kasey Edwards Brené Brown: If courage is a value that you hold, then criticism is a consequence you can't avoid.