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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NJ-5v1ceG8E

More detail from the 'Critical thinking in a passive world' blog https://www.criticalthinkinginapassiveworld.com/blog

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NJ-5v1ceG8E More detail from the 'Critical thinking in a passive world' blog https://www.criticalthinkinginapassiveworld.com/blog

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I'm from NSW and I only recently found out about Dr Holly Lawford-Smith and was overjoyed to find an academic who is openly advocating for the rights of women. However, I looked at some of her videos and noticed that she has featured a number of liberal politicians (Claire Chandler, Louise Staley, Bev McArthur) which just depresses me. Are there any openly left wing (or not as right as the Coalition) politicians that are open about protecting women's rights in this regard?

[–] ohthegametes 4 points (+4|-0)

In our country at this stage, no. And the only publisher of gender critical articles is The Australian. Depressing as fuck.

[–] bio-woman 4 points (+4|-0)

Not that I am aware of. And unfortunately, these right wing politicians who are speaking up about gender identity issues aren't necessarily interested in protecting women's rights in other areas, for example improved access to terminations or introduction of the Nordic model. Left wing politicians are only interested in preserving women's rights when it comes to things like access to abortion, and those who back the Nordic model get silenced by their parties.