Realising the disconnect between themselves and the broader public, young people with Dissociative Identity Disorder and other multiplicity conditions have taken to YouTube to tell their stories.
“I’m never interested in being seen as solely a victim of circumstance and identity. That’s quite boring and fairly disempowering.” – Yassmin Abdel-Magied Since their arrival in Australia, Marzay and his sister Nabila Sarwary have overcome discrimination and language barriers in Australia to build their dream careers from the ground up. Marzay Sarwary’s journey has […]
The support networks available through social media have seen the number of solo female travellers soar in the past five years. Globe-trotting has taken off among women in the era of social media. Having someone to go travelling with is no longer seen as a necessity when constant contact with family and friends via social […]
By Chantelle Rodrigues and Adelle Glance-Wilson She sat in the lecture room surrounded by familiar faces but there was one that was all too familiar. She could sense his presence without even turning around. Closing her eyes, it all came back to her in an instant. Her ripped dress. Her bloodied face. His chilling laughter […]