Monthly Archives: April 2013

Sexism 101: An Observation of Tasmanian Parliament

Two days ago I spent 9 hours sitting in the speaker’s box in the Tasmanian lower house watching a debate on legislation that proposed the decriminalisation of abortion. The legislation is both controversial and sensitive and it will come as … Continue reading

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5 Conservative Leaders More Progressive Than Julia Gillard on Marriage Equality

1. David Cameron   In the past David Cameron has criticised multiculturalism, has cut billions of dollars from health, education and entitlement programs in the United Kingdom and yet he has still been happy to consistently support marriage equality. 2. … Continue reading

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