Writer, author of 30-Something and Over It
Meet the DUFF
Kasey Edwards It's a new term for an old idea, but the "relatability of the label among girls points to an epidemic of low self-esteem," writes Kasey Edwards.
Children's body image
Kasey Edwards No, it's not - if she is, she already knows, writes Kasey Edwards.
Fit Not Healthy
Kasey Edwards Kasey Edwards talks to former elite marathon runner Vanessa Alford about the dangers of exercise addiction.
Kasey Edwards Bank bosses think they have found a curious 'solution' to Australia's gaping gender pay gap.
Kasey Edwards Five things I'm determined to do to help my daughters avoid body hatred.
Kasey Edwards To become a well functioning parent, there are 8 stages you'll need to transition through to adjust to your new life.
Kasey Edwards New research suggests that not all envy is dastardly; some of it might even make you a better person.
Kasey Edwards Couples who resign themselves to unhappiness for a long time before cutting their losses.
Kasey Edwards Starting with: a goal of weight loss is setting yourself up for another year of failure.
Kasey Edwards Sadly, the attitude that protecting women's rights is bad for business still exists.
Kasey Edwards Finally, just what women need -- an 'insta boob job'.
Kasey Edwards There are thousands of men who fantasise about being pregnant.
Kasey Edwards And here's why I don’t want to be.
Kasey Edwards Meet the British social commentator who gained 20kg to prove a point.
No kids policies
Kasey Edwards If children are unwelcome in public space, then women are unwelcome also.
Kasey Edwards "I don't want a perfect photo, I want a photo of my perfect child."
Kasey Edwards How many times have you seen girls’ anti-social behavior dismissed as 'girls being girls'?
Kasey Edwards A new female hygeine range wants to empower ladies by making over our 'intimate zones'.
Kasey Edwards Why high performing women need to rethink the idea that Alpha women should be with with 'Alpha men'.
Kasey Edwards While it's been widely reported the deletion has something to do with relationship problems, it in fact probably has more to do with Sam Worthington's desire for privacy.