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Seth Manish Jul 13
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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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Eileen Toomey-Wright Mar 9
Seeing quite a lot of traffic on about homelessness. Of course, nothing about these women.
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Eileen Toomey-Wright Mar 9
If I were at this conference, I'd be uncomfortable with putting up slides with advice on Twitter protocol from Clementine Ford, as has been done. But maybe that's just me. I believe in civility.
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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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Sydney Opera House Talks & Ideas Mar 16
Thanks to everyone who came to All About Women last weekend. Recap some of the talks, ideas and workshops that took place over the day.
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Kristiana Ludlow Mar 9
An immensly important discussion about the national crisis in Australia regarding domestic violence, with a focus on the role and responsibilities of the media. Live panel: Lisa Davies, Ann O’Neill, Jane Gilmore and Lucy Cormack
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Ayishat A. Akanbi Mar 10
The pure definition of, radical, rebellious, exhilarating, activism, beautiful, determined genius women. I recommend you follow their journeys. Aya Chebbi & Aretha Brown. I’m genuinely changed from hearing them speak.
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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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georgia_mckay Mar 4
'The women who paid the price for fighting sexual harassment in China' interviews for @sbslife
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Kristiana Ludlow Mar 9
My Auslan is a bit rusty but I was so happy to see a clearly visible Auslan interpreter on stage at . Thank you for making the festival accessible to Auslan users.
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adelaide haynes Mar 9
‘To be radical is to be curious about what makes us uncomfortable.’
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Sarah Smarsh 🌻 Mar 8
Greetings from studios! Thanks for having me on. Sydney, see you tomorrow at --let's talk working poverty from a female perspective at
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Charis Chang Mar 10
'Didn't I say that?': Julie Bishop has revealed how her male colleagues treated her during cabinet discussions
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AU Youth Envoy Apr 3
I am a strong believer that need to occupy the positions they deserve 💪🏾 This is our time! Who else will serve our generation and our continent with passion and strength? 🌍 in 🇦🇺
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lara6683 Mar 9
There is not a woman alive today who does not understand that womens’ anger is openly reviled. Our society is excellent at finding ways to dismiss or pathologize womens’ rage.
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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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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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Xplore for Success Mar 10
“Women don’t want men to protect them. They want men to stop protecting each other.” - at Man Up, a discussion about toxic masculinity at All About Women at the Sydney Opera House
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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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