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Sarah McVeigh Jul 30
Earlier this year we spoke to at the for about how she deals with bad men online. We also spoke to about the same. Plus, what happens when it's coming from inside your own house w .
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Miles Dec 10
We're bringing Witch Hunt to the next year as part of ! & will lead a panel that examines the long & shameful history of doctors ignoring, belittling or trivialising women's health concerns. Come!
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Georgia de Pont Mar 10
Powerful end to my afternoon at listening to this panel of inspiring women and Aretha Brown. I feel hopeful and excited for the world my daughter will be born into.
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Lisa Davies Mar 9
Record funding is being spent on tackling domestic violence. Is it working? Today I'll host a special panel discussion at festival examining this national crisis. Ann O'Neill, &
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Frances Gamble Mar 9
“Not all masculinity is toxic... Masculinity can be weaponised in so many ways which are toxic” - explaining how people often understand toxic masculinity
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Sohaila Abdulali Mar 9
It's the SYDNEY OPERA HOUSE! . Surreal to think about being there in the morning and speaking, with all these amazing women. I walked inside for the first time today and couldn't believe how breathtakingly beautiful it is.
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Edwina Throsby Mar 9
Loving all the men standing at the back of sessions keeping their babies quiet. Apparently the culture really is changing.
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Clementine Ford 🧟‍♀️ Mar 9
Waiting backstage at the Sydney Opera House concert hall to do the final session of , on Toxic Masculinity!
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STEMMinist Book Club Mar 9
If you’re at & keen to discuss “Rage Becomes Her” by join us for an informal chat & 🍷 at the small bar outside the western foyer from 230 this afternoon. All welcome!
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Olivia Rousset Mar 10
Inspiring ‘The future of feminism needs to involve transnational solidarity... not one where Australian female political leaders sell bombs that get dropped on women and children in Yemen and Syria.’
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Mimpop 💁🏼‍♀️ Mar 9
After constantly having my ideas, beliefs, and feelings dismissed by men with “she’s just an angry feminist” or “she’s actually mad because...” I feel so seen and heard by and it is liberating. Good luck to the next man that tries to dismiss me 💪🏼
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Sara M. Saleh Mar 9
“Women’s freedom and liberation are complex and we have the right to define them in our own contexts” - on the complexity of feminism in the Arab world
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lara6683 Mar 9
When men show anger, their ratings and followers go up. They are seen as powerful. When women show anger, the exact opposite happens. They are chastised or mocked.
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Sara M. Saleh Mar 9
I can't take your feminism seriously when your "feminism" stops at yourself. When it is not extended to the"other". If you don't meet us at the intersections. That's just neoliberalism masked as feminism.
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Edwina Throsby Mar 9
Calls for a treaty from met with applause during the Waves podcast record. Right on. ❤️💛🖤
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Jan Fran Mar 9
Sitting down with this legend to discuss The Problem With Wokeness at this arvo! If you havent seen her Ayishat's vid kindly drop everything and watch it immediately.
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Frances Gamble Mar 9
“Toxic masculinity rarely happens in a vacuum” - explaining how these behaviours are often the byproduct of men trying to find acceptance in a problematic culture
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MicheleS Mar 9
Middle son 5yrs always lost hearing with head cold. Saw rural GP (& friend) who didn't examine him, just leant back in chair & said "I think you're being neurotic Michele." 2nd GP (also friend) disagreed. Son had T/A & ear grommets within a week.
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Clementine Ford 🧟‍♀️ Feb 14
I'm really excited for this session at . Book now!
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Lauren Hockey Mar 10
Still processing 's phenomenal talk on The Problem With Wokeness at . In summary: ✊ By treating others with compassion, wokeness can be a force for good. ✊ Choosing to only be offended by those that matter is better for our mental health.
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