Writer, author of 30-Something and Over It
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.
Objectified at work
Kasey Edwards Over 100 Air India flight attendants have been grounded after failing a weigh-in. But 'fat discrimination' against women at work exists well beyond the headlines.
Kasey Edwards Sarah* served a 12 month sentence for a series of minor offences, including shoplifting and driving without a licence. She wasn't the only one who paid.
Kasey Edwards 'Showing up' takes time and resources; a room of one's own. Something that women often have less access to.
Kasey Edwards These demands from men are upsetting, particularly when the woman ends up having to pay for the beauty treatments.
Kasey Edwards A group of anonymous online anti-fat warriors have been congregating on 4Chan and Reddit and targeting high profile women.
Kasey Edwards The hidden mother in family photos is a metaphor for what can happen to a woman's identity when she has children.
Weight loss myth
Kasey Edwards It's also the reason you can't reduce weight loss to a single equation.
Kasey Edwards Dieting sets children on a dangerous path. Here's how to teach healthy alternatives.
Kasey Edwards A new study reveals the psychology behind the domestic work divide.
Kasey Edwards It happened ten years ago. And even though I was an adult, it was still one of the most traumatic experiences of my life.
Kasey Edwards Shaming children, even in subtle forms, totally undermines our goal of raising resilient children.
Kasey Edwards Mum's Diet is as bad as it sounds, jam-packed with weight obsession, crash dieting and body shaming, writes Kasey Edwards.
Kasey Edwards Social media could ruin your job prospects. That's the message we're sold, but new research says it's not exactly true, writes Kasey Edwards.
Kasey Edwards New research finds that one-in-three Australians are avoiding exercise because they're embarrassed to be seen or scared of being hurt in the gym. So is it time for a new approach to fitness?
Kasey Edwards When a six-year-old girl recently shaved her head because she wanted to "look like her dad", it sparked an over-the-top international outcry.
Kasey Edwards Our willingness to overlook our own parenting judgement and experiences in favour of celebrity sound bites can be downright dangerous, writes Kasey Edwards.
Kasey Edwards "When men stuff up, it's explained away as a steep learning curve or circumstances beyond anyone's control. When women stuff up, it's seen as (further) proof that women are not up to the job."