The history of the hysterical female
Hysteria's impact on BIWOC AND WOC today
Hysteria's impact on First Nations women in Australia
For First Nations and Black women, nothing is more insidious than the portrayal of the ill-mannered, angry woman.
Hysteria's presence in the female body
The intergenerational impact of hysteria
We need to tell our stories because we’ve got to break the chains of oppression. You can’t be what you can’t see. But, also, how much longer do we need to continue to tell our stories?
The racialised stereotype of the angry and emotional female stipulates that Indigenous and women of colour can exist, as long as they do so quietly.