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What women want A week in which women raised their voices, and the government covered its ears. Image via Twitter. Here we are at the end of another week of women outlining what they want, and the male-dominated Morrison government failing to listen, offering platitudes and tone-deaf comments instead of the concrete action women are asking for.
In the past 24 hours, several women have tried to make things even clearer, with new suggestions and calls. Female MPs want the parliamentary workplace cleaned up, with a new push for a cross-party group coming from Liberals, Labor, Greens and independents alike, and they would like, if possible, not to receive death threats , please. The prime minister is seemingly unable to keep up with the many brilliant ideas being put in front of him. So what else are women asking for?
There were many demands made on s and in speeches at the marches that took place across the country on Monday, but the organisers were also careful to list some clear and easy-to-follow instructions for the government. Women still want answers regarding the two major allegations of sexual assault that have rocked parliament these past seven weeks. Despite all this, Morrison still seems to be struggling to understand what it is women want here perhaps he could ask Jen? His productions of Billy Budd and Peter Grimes , both here and overseas, were tours de force — as were all his stagings of Janacek operas, by the way.
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