In the latest episode, Serena Joy, one of the fiercest supporters of Gilead is forced to contend with her own marginalisation in the system she helped create.
"I feel massively exploited like I’m on display in a zoo. I couldn’t opt out of because I never consented."
“I feel very blessed to have my mum. She’s a superwoman. She’s very proud of me and she will support me in anything and everything I do.”
"If you love something, go for it. Keep chasing it. Once you’ve been given the opportunity, take it with both hands.”
Lakemba went from being notorious 'Muslim Land' to the most Instagrammable food spot in Sydney, but before all that, it was also my home.
“Hopefully one day [I'll] be there representing my country".
"Words matter, and can have consequences for safety," she wrote.
The team are currently ranked sixth in the world, after USA, Germany, England, France and Canada. They are gunning for the top spot.
“I was surprised to hear that he characterised the very short time that I knew him as dating."
"I don't feel safe walking alone ever. How am I supposed to feel knowing that if something were to happen, I would have no option?"
"Don't move over. Just move aside, so I can stand next to you and we can do this together."
When you have a Muslim name, you don't just worry about your name being butchered in pronunciation, but having yourself identified in a world that is not always...
When it comes to fasting it's, as Facebook would say, complicated.
"This award has brought me the peace of knowing that people are listening."