Zowie Douglas-Kinghorn


Zowie Douglas-Kinghorn is a writer living in Tasmania. Her work has appeared in The Age, Meanjin, Overland, Island, among many others. Her essays and short stories have been awarded the Scribe Nonfiction Prize and the Ultimo Prize for young writers. She is a commissioning editor at Mascara Literary Review and is currently working on a novel with the support of Arts Tasmania. 


The return of the femcel 

GR OnlineWhere male incels blame feminism for their inability to get laid, femcels identify misogyny, power imbalances and unrealistic beauty standards as the cause of their struggles. Unlike previous waves of political lesbianism, the #femcelrights movement to opt out of sexual relations with men is more of a signal than a concrete commitment.

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