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UniSA assault statistics reveal work still needs to be done

Statistics for sexual assaults at the University of South Australia reveal improvements needed in ...  
Border Force enforces Saudi Arabia's anti-women policies at airports

When unaccompanied Saudi women with Australian visas arrive at our airports, our Border Force ...  
The dangers of falling in love in Afghanistan

"People think that it’s a disaster to fall in love in Afghanistan," a 17-year-old school gi ...  
Aiia Maasarwe, the Gillette ad and male violence

In the wake of Aiia Maasarwe’s violent and senseless murder, men seem more upset about a Gill ...  
“Always follow your dreams”: One woman’s story from Cambodia

“You should always have a dream,” Rossokna told me. She’s a 39-year-old woman from Cambod ...  
Julie Bishop's  bold 'Let them wear red high heeled shoes' statement

Is a pair of red high heels our current most potent symbol of the corruption of the ideals of both ...  
The Coalition's 'natural' Government for Australian women

The Coalition's deeply-rooted problem with women is worsening, writes John Passant.  
Abused by the system: The unfair stigma surrounding sex workers

Sex workers have been struggling to obtain fair rights with laws and social stigma making it ...  
Women, assault and the vote-winning agenda of terrorism

Imagine if politicians and the media cared more about eliminating sexual assault instead of ...  
Scott Morrison's sickening promotion of rape culture

The Prime Minister's recent comment made about Pamela Anderson was abhorrent, yet the media have ...  
Melbourne University's Ormond College takes initiative on rape culture

Female leaders make a big difference in stamping out sexual assault at university campuses.  
Australia's political silence enables the slaughter of women

Seven women have been murdered in as many days but their deaths are irrelevant to Australian ...  
On the nose Brett Kavanaugh squeezed through as U.S. Supreme Court judge

The clearance by the U.S. Senate of Brett Kavanaugh as a Supreme Court judge has further shown up ...  
The Morrison Government, misogyny and the tampon tax trick

The misogynist Morrison Government has used the removal of the tampon tax to paint itself as a ...  
#MeToo: Why women delay reporting sexual assault

Victims have no energy for blame or public accusations because society only rewards confident ...  
Trans women in the AFLW: The Hannah Mouncey controversy

Trans sportswoman Hannah Mouncey has pulled out of running to become one of the next big stars of ...  
‘Bullying, betrayal and backstabbing’: Can the Liberal Party survive?

Far from healing the divisions rending the Party, the sickness at the heart of the modern Liberal ...  
How the Australian media play a pivotal role in the bullying of women

By not addressing the manner in which Husar was slut shamed and how that shaming was further ...  

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