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It can’t be a supermoon if it’s not gender inclusive

28 April 2021

12:11 PM

28 April 2021

12:11 PM

Were you aware that only two per cent of moon craters are named after women?  Neither was I, until I read an article in the New York Times today informing me of this monstrous injustice against womankind.  

Do you believe a female-named moon crater will change a woman’s reality when she’s being raped in a laneway or having her head smashed against a dirty wall? How about when her kids are being murdered by a controlling ex-partner?  Or when she’s being sexually harassed by a walking penis at the office?  

Do you think any woman would spare a thought for the female-named moon...

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