Australian men hold some of the most misogynistic views in the Western world, with the cohort ranking well above the global average in a country-by-country analysis on gender bias and online abuse by research firm Ipsos and the Global Institute for Women’s Leadership (GIWL)…
Former Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard, who leads GIWL, says “enough is enough.”
“Sexual violence against women has been a huge focus of our community debate thanks to the bravery of Brittany Higgins, Grace Tame and so many other courageous women,” she said… “Now comes this research with its shocking findings about underlying male attitudes and how much worse they are in Australia compared with other countries.”
She’s commissioning her own ‘polls’ now, bless. That’ll show Tony Abbott. There is far more proof of sinister malice against the late Kimberley Kitching than there is of ‘sexual violence’ against Miss Higgins. At the time of writing, Gillard – also patron of the Pan-African Sisterhood (yes, seriously) – hasn’t condemned the Labor women who hounded a senator to an early grave.