Inspired by the notion of the underdog, udee. is an independent online magazine that showcases and celebrates the lives, works, legacies and stories of socially conscious female and non-binary creators.

Noël Wells' Mr. Roosevelt

Noël Wells is the infectious talent in and behind her directorial feature debut Mr. Roosevelt. Having won multiple awards on the festival circuit, the film was quickly picked up by distributor Netflix, becoming one of this summer's most loved new releases. Read on...

VODville's Maddy Butler

VODville’s Maddy Butler is a great mind and a real hoot. She directs, writes, and often stars in an ongoing series of sketches that detail the frustrations and warped angles of her irked – and frankly brilliant – brain. Read on...

A Tribute to Natalia Goncharova

Great designers of the early twentieth century are often showcased but it's difficult to find plentiful examples of women who drove new artistic direction and challenged the status quo. Read on...

The tiresome task of explaining feminism

Kate Noble-Judge says it's time 'MRAs' invest in a good dictionary and sit outside until they’ve done their homework and got their ‘hysteria’ under control. Read on...

Cheeba's Goods + Live From Underground, The Bronx

Based in The Bronx New York, Sunny Cheeba easily embodies that ultra-cool big sister you wish you had who lives to pay homage to all things outlandish and analogue. Read on...


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Schools are still discriminating and it needs to stop

When the girls at my school weren’t allowed to learn self-defence, we didn’t have a word for the type of pigeon-holing we were experiencing, Jess Alchin writes. Read on...

Why the behaviours of male trolls are increasingly normalised

Kate Noble-Judge discusses male-on-female trolling from a linguistics perspective and why behaviours affiliated with online harassment are increasingly normalised. Read on...

My Skin, My Body (Part 3)

My Skin, My Body is a project by LA-based photographer, Kat Kaye, exploring the notion of beauty in the absence of photoshopping and make-up. Read on...

Camp Cope

If you happen to be scrounging around for an epic band that addresses mental health, rape culture, and some of the nuances of millennial life in a neo-liberal society, then look no further than Melbourne-based, three-piece outfit that is Camp CopeRead on...


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