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The Ladies Network

For Sydney artist Meg Minkley, art is a form of therapy. Her ongoing project A Drawing a Day began as a method to help her deal with the trauma of sexual assault. After being drugged and abused in her hotel in Mexico in 2013, she returned home to heal but she did not find the support groups she had imagined would be there....


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YEN MAGAZINE

Meg Minkley talks a lot about colour. She calls money colour coins. The world is a colour ball. She signs her email off with ‘my kind regards and colour.’ And she walks the walk as well. For the last year, the 26-year-old artist has been creating one colourful artwork a day as part of her A Drawing a Day project. We first heard Minkley’s story when it landed in our inbox with the title ‘Breaking the Taboo, a True Story’, and from there we felt compelled to sprinkle it as far and wide on the web as possible....


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SBS ON DEMAND

After experiencing a horrific sexual assault while traveling, Meg vowed to make a drawing a day to help her recover from the trauma....


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Mamamia.com.au

“365 days later, I found myself stronger, braver, better.”

Over a year ago I was raped in Mexico by the owner of the hostel I was staying in....


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DailyMail.co.uk

'The last thing I remember was eating a quesadilla': Australian woman, 29, woke in a hostel to discover she was being RAPED during teaching stint in Mexico...