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Flat White

Sex and the Sydney stabbing: preach PC, print prurience

20 August 2019

3:59 PM

20 August 2019

3:59 PM

The good-girl-gone-bad narrative peddled by the Australian media following the stabbing murder of Sydney sex-worker Michaela Dunn last week — has been abhorrent.

I recently wrote a column for News Corp’s Rendezview site about sex-work and the shameful way Australian journalists report on it.

I didn’t think I would be writing a second column about the same issue so soon but after reading a piece by Helen Pitt at the Sydney Morning Herald

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