Creative Practises- Grace Miceli

For the latest instalment of Creative Practises- creating space for female creativity, we talk to Grace Miceli, a multimedia artist and curator currently living in New York. Grace’s work, notably her T-shirts named Drizzy Inflammatory Essays, (where Grace prints Drake lyrics in the style of Jenny Holzer’s Inflammatory Essays), are all over the Internet right...

Hocean Mellow- a New Comic From Brie Moreno

[cycloneslider id=”2488″]   With summer finally here the Smelly Sisters are on indefinite vacation and our best comic babe Brie is introducing a new comic for Polyester online. By Brie Moreno.

The General Election 2015- Politics and the Patriarchy

The political world is in need of a makeover. The bleak coalition conclusion of the last general election resulted in four years of false promises, rising house prices and destruction around the world. On the eve of 2015’s general election, the young female vote has never been so important.

Fangirls are Cyborgs

If you’re not a fan, have never been a fan and would rather drink a glass of spit than be called a fangirl in public – this isn’t for you. Please see yourself out.

The A-Z of Trash Fashion: A is for the Ashleys

“Ashley, a name that stands for beauty and specialness” – Ashley A The Ashleys were the original mean girls. Before pink Wednesdays there was purple day, where the same rule applied for the pre-pubescent girl gang as it did for the Plastics – break the rules and you can’t sit with us! In Clueless-esque outfits:...

Dicktionary: Pwett

pwett \ [pwrett] \ adj pwett∙est: pwett∙er pwett is used to describe something bad or unpleasant. 1: BAD, DAMP, NASTY, UNATTRACTIVE, UNPLEASANT, SECOND-RATE, UNSATIFACTORY, SHODDY, UNFAVOURABLE. Did you see that dress online? It was completely pwett. That is so pwett!   Illustrations by Emma Farrant

Dicktionary: NFI

Words we wish were in the Oxford English Dictionary, but for now the Polyester Dicktionary will have to do.

Dicktionary: Inboxia

Words we wish were in the Oxford English Dictionary, but for now the Polyester Dicktionary will have to do.