Writer, author of 30-Something and Over It
Kasey Edwards Melbourne might be top of the 'Global Liveability Ranking', but don't pop the champagne just yet.
Kasey Edwards It's a little understood, but surprisingly common condition that afflicts women from all walks of life.
Kasey Edwards And how it sets new mothers up to feel like failures.
Kasey Edwards Why do strangers feel entitled to comment on young girls' food habits?
Kasey Edwards We need to stop celebrating an advertisement that reinforces stereotypes.
Kasey Edwards Megan Gale on the cover of marie claire is the genre's latest victim. What's so unpalatable about having some clothes on?
Kasey Edwards Being a good leader for women is easier said than done.
Kasey Edwards A new survey shows more women are getting surgically enhanced for the sake of Instagram.
Kasey Edwards 16-year-old British girl Lottie Twiselton has allegedly been excluded from her school because she’s recovering from anorexia.
Kasey Edwards Especially the 'boner-killing' kind.
The matchmaking trap
Kasey Edwards Think that blind date your friend set you up on had your best interests at heart? Think again.
Kasey Edwards Starting with: knowing when to let go.
Kasey Edwards It seems like overachievers have found another way of separating themselves from the pack.
Kasey Edwards It seems like your breasts, no matter what shape, will never be good enough.
Kasey Edwards What happens when you’ve achieved everything you always wanted only to discover you didn't want it at all?
The Biggest Loser
Kasey Edwards It seems that even if you take the US $250,000 prize you just can't win.
Kasey Edwards "Children, particularly girls, should be allowed to be in charge of their appearance."
Kasey Edwards It's time to banish the assumption that women who opt for a c-section are lazy and self-indulgent.
On the home front
Kasey Edwards What happens when the perpetrators of violent crimes aren’t trench-coat wearing strangers.
What would Gen Y Cher do?
Kasey Edwards Why the people of Ararat are likely to be left in an even worse state than when the show arrived.