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Scott Morrison has spoken at an International Women’s Day breakfast at the Chamber of Minerals and Energy in Western Australia.
In the speech he does battle with a straw-person by suggesting that a certain strain of feminism is about tearing men down:
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The Australian Labor Party has launched a video for International Women’s Day in which various MPs talk about Labor’s record on and promises for moving toward gender equality.
Without once mentioning the Liberal Party, the Labor video seems designed to highlight the difference between the parties in terms of the number of female parliamentarians.
Happy International Women’s Day. I’m particularly proud to say if we win the next election, our Labor Government will be the first in Australian history with 50 per cent women in the parliamentary ranks. #IWD2019 #BalanceforBetter pic.twitter.com/dbP1o6rGko