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Wake up before the Woke wear you down

22 October 2020

4:34 PM

22 October 2020

4:34 PM

These are strange days when a woman cannot stand up for women’s rights. 

It is wrong. 

The bra-burners of the seventies would be cranky.   

On July 17 this year, a Member of Federal Parliament, Tasmanian Senator Claire Chandler, dared express a view in a Tasmanian newspaper about women, toilets and sport. 

In that article, Big names spark turning point against free speech attacks, published in the Hobart Mercury, Chandler wrote: “You don’t have to be a bigot to recognise the differences between the male and female sexes and understand why women’s sports, single sex change rooms and toilets are important”. 

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