An an initiative to support Women’s Health Queensland, Kirstin Ferguson and seven other prominent Queensland women were asked to talk about the best health advice they had received, what they would like to see change for women and how security for women can be improved.
The film captures the empowering and personal stories that they shared. The film features Quentin Bryce AD, CVO, singer-songwriter Kristal West, reporter and Co-Chair of the Domestic and Family Violence Prevention Council (DFVPC) Kay McGrath, Paralympian and member of the DFVPC Karni Liddell, Broncos Women’s Captain Ali Brigginshaw, MD-PhD student Hollier O’Neill and Sydney Morning Herald Columnist, former acting chair for the ABC and author Dr Kirstin Ferguson.
These women open up about their health and wellbeing and when they have needed support. They also share how they have experienced gender inequality/ discrimination, preventing men’s perpetration of violence and what they hope to change for women in our society.