Going Down Swinging has partnered with Melbourne artist Emma Jensen to bring you Millennial Pink: a monthly series that blurs the line between comic strip and social experiment. Emma draws from readers’ real-life experiences and re-imagines them as graphic short stories, pictured through the eyes of four millennials: Beth, Freya, Cassie and Dom.

This comic is based on Lika Posamari’s millennial experience: “Two women into a packed train at Flinders, man comes a little too close and says “I am fascinated by your fascinator”. At the gate, security check. Bottle of bubbly resting in a bundle of tea towels, overlooked as she smiles at security. On the picnic blanket, so-called ladies day with drunk men everywhere. One crashes blanket and tries to plant a kiss. Realisation that this is no place for women.”

Want to feature in Millennial Pink? Email your submissions to online@goingdownswinging.org.au or tweet @swingingonline with #MillennialPink by 5 p.m. on June 22 to be in the draw. Guidelines here.

Emma Jensen makes comics, and sometimes other things, on Wurundjeri country.

Lika Posamari is an Australian of northern European ancestry leading a fairly nomadic life in which she writes in English and Spanish and engages with many amazing beings. Her creative credits include WesterlyThe Red CornerKitaab, ClotRabbit and Big Art. She tweets @LikaPosamari and blogs at roundlyintheeye.wordpress.com