This week, we endured the passing of draconian abortion laws, the PM speaking first at the Women’s Safety Summit and yet more tears from those responsible.
John Coates’ mansplaining Annastacia Palaszczuk shocked many, but it is a textbook example of what women face every day.
While on bail, a Christian residential program gave Jarryd Hayne the benefit of the doubt. His fellow students, mostly women, were not afforded the same consideration.
On Monday, women angrily marched for justice. Yesterday, we endured Mick Fuller’s ‘consent app’ idea. Clearly, we’ve evolved. Men have not.
This week has reinforced that the weight of memory is carried by the victim. The perpetrator can choose not to remember.