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Protecting women is not a ‘dead cat strategy’

20 April 2022

10:17 AM

20 April 2022

10:17 AM

It was a mistake for Zali Steggall to refer to the protection of women, girls, and children as a ‘dead cat strategy’.

In one breath, she dismissed the rights of women to make way for the desires of biological men. Steggall may as well have lashed the history of feminism to the stake.

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