Writer, Daily Life
Natalie Reilly "It’s women who get their knickers in a knot; who are “crazy”, who lose their credibility when they cry, or rage or lust."
Natalie Reilly Unfortunately, when you're a theatrically-inclined person, it can take a moment for people to catch on.
Natalie Reilly "Here it is, pure wish-fulfilment. The letter I would've loved my pregnant self to read," writes Natalie Reilly.
Natalie Reilly It’s called ‘sexual over-perception’, according to a new study.
Natalie Reilly They're the menial office tasks - pouring water, setting up the Power Point, organising farewell presents - and in news that's a surprise to nobody, women are doing more of it than men.
Natalie Reilly Women, stop marrying yourselves
Natalie Reilly The virtue traditionally associated with shoulder squeezes and self-sacrifice is more powerful than you think.
Natalie Reilly Ghostbusters is just the tip of the iceberg...
Ladies in swimsuits
Natalie Reilly Think for a moment of a world in which Today presenter and newly minted feminist icon Karl Stefanovic stepped out of his suit and into a pair of boardies to prove that he is not bothered by the...
Natalie Reilly This is what 'brave' looks in Hollywood these days and the reasons aren't as shallow as you might think.
Natalie Reilly "If we listen carefully to what our culture tells us, we learn that older women are not entitled to visibility."
Natalie Reilly The introvert craze began in 2012 when Susan Cain gave her TED talk
Basic Bitch Mum
Natalie Reilly Announced your pregnancy via a staged photo shoot? Compulsively dress up your child in costumes for Instagram likes? Hello fellow BBM-er, welcome to the club.
Natalie Reilly Apparently you can be beautiful or you can be credible, but you can't be both.
Natalie Reilly Let's look at the evidence...
The Little Mermaid
Natalie Reilly On the 25th anniversary of its release, the question is how does Ariel hold up in the era of Frozen?
You've been warned
Natalie Reilly Behold, the unintentionally hilarious commercial solutions to your real life problems.
Natalie Reilly You wake up to a text. 'Hey! I had a great time last night! Hope to see you again! x'.
Natalie Reilly In defense of the delicate ecosystem of single-sex classrooms.
Natalie Reilly "The grim truth is this: reality television works because of broken people."