A self-styled pioneer of the sexual revolution, Playboy’s founder certainly profited from it – despite being derided as exploitative along the way.
Slay The Day
Slay The Day
He’s handsome. He’s Argentinian. And he’s mates with Prince Harry. Champion player Nacho Figueras tells us why we should get excited about the polo, ahead of the Pacific Fair Magic Millions Polo on the Gold Coast
On The Road
GO THE DISTANCE WITH OUR COOL-GIRL CAR GUIDE
The model and creative director of Heidi Klum Intimates on the women who ignited her love of fashion
The Camel Whisperer
It’s a long way from home for Australian camel trainer Tara Lea.
Fix Your Gut
Fix Your Gut
The Women Suing ISIS
Sold as a sex slave to brutal ISIS warriors at the age of 19, Nadia Murad ISIS made a desperate escape. Now she’s joined forces with human rights lawyer Amal Clooney to bring the men responsible to justice.
From Rome to New York, Bulgari dazzles on Fifth Avenue, writes Clare Press
It's Raining Men
Tired of settling for unsatisfying monogamy with dead-end dudes, writer Rebecca Andrews stepped out of her comfort zone and into the world of ‘circular dating’
The star of Game of Thrones and Star Wars reveals her heroes
Frankly Speaking With Cindy Gallop
The former advertising exec and women’s rights provocateur speaks to Jackie Frank about sexist ads, quotas and how porn is good for all of us
From Buckingham Palace to the gritty underbelly of Sweden, Claire Foy is everywhere right now.
Black Is Beautiful
Meet the young pageant winner breaking down race barriers in Brazil
As she embarks on her first national tour, the pop powerhouse reflects on the women who rock her world
The brave, indefatigable octogenarian led the charge for same-sex marriage in the US – and passed away knowing she’d changed history.
My Office Life
If you could design your own workplace, what would it look like? We asked three successful businesswomen to explain how they spend their nine-to-five
Dating In A War Zone
For many expat charity workers and journalists posted to cover the war against ISIS, there’s only one way to switch off from the horrors of their day jobs. Corrine Redfern spends a night on the town in Iraq
Thoroughly Modern Mila
As an actress, she’s making the comedic movies she wants to make and as a producer, she’s elevating women’s roles on-screen. Building a career on her own terms is just how Mila Kunis rolls.
Teach A Girl, Change The World
More than 60 million girls globally are not in school. An Aussie charity is on a mission to change that
My Weekend At A Sex Festival
When Jo Thornely went to a Melbourne “kink-and-think” event, she found her boundaries were bendier than expected
Archetypal Hollywood star Julianne Moore opens up about family, flexibility and what she hopes will become of Donald Trump.
The journalist and Sunday Night host reveals the women who inspire her
House Of Talulah
If you were the queen of laid-back fashion, wouldn’t you want a suitably relaxed kingdom to reign over? Designer Kelli Wharton has crafted just the place
Loved Ones Lost
A poignant portrait series illustrates the very real cost of the Syrian war
As Elton John tours Australia at 70, we track his colourful history. From tantrums and tiaras to finding himself in fatherhood, the extravagant musical genius has discovered contentment in later life
The Emma Effect
Oscar-winning actress Emma Stone slips into tennis whites in this month’s Battle Of The Sexes, the big-screen account of the legendary 1973 showdown between Billie Jean King and Bobby Riggs. Here, she talks to co-star Sarah Silverman about what’s changed since then, what hasn’t, and getting what’s yours
As she celebrates 100 years of Berlei supporting women, the tennis champ reveals the women who inspired her to be the best
Old Job New Tricks
To the women who work in it, the sex industry is no longer about shady street corners and pimps – it’s about autonomy, empowerment and building a brand. But is the new sex work economy a fresh form of female liberation or just exploitation with an Instagram account?
You’ve found “the one” and fallen in love, but there’s something you hadn’t bargained on – and it could derail it all. Here, three writers reveal their unorthodox relationship journeys