In 2020, we find ourselves in an awkward place regarding etiquette. It’s either an obsolete curio from the halcyon days of misogyny or something that we’re sorely lacking. So, which one is it?
Guys, no longer can we defer to women to educate us, nor can we quietly offer support. In this country, we’re the problem. We need to accept this.
Yesterday, we witnessed the government trying to teach us about consent. It needs to go far beyond protracted metaphors and confusing shorts.
At this week’s Senate inquiry hearing, Christine Holgate got her own bully pulpit – and used it to great effect.
Today, the NSW Police Commissioner proved the cluelessness swirling around consent remains. Indeed, while education starts at school, here’s what I was taught.
Today, I attended the March 4 Justice, an event that proved how much has changed, and what still remains the same.