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The Clementine-shaped difference between “speaking out” and hate

14 July 2017

11:52 AM

14 July 2017

11:52 AM

The one-woman woe wagon has arrived to deliver a request on this fine Friday. Clementine Ford would like our sympathy in return for all the love, tenderness, respect and heartfelt compassion she has gently gifted our fine country.

She would like an inbox full of fondness and friendship, if that could be arranged, rather than the current torrent of “abuse” she receives.

“This is the personal price I pay for speaking out online,” writes Ford in the Fairfax chipwrappers. Of

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