The right’s woman problem is bigger than ‘single young females’


An intellectually confused column within the Oz is unwilling or unable to interact with the altering demographics of contemporary Australia.

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As a one-time “promiscuously” educated younger girl who’s now an “older and wiser”, married, home-owning mom of two, I immediately discover myself of nice curiosity to the Liberal Celebration, particularly the top of its aligned suppose tank, the Menzies Analysis Centre. The Australian columnist Nick Cater and I aren’t identified to one another, however I nonetheless really feel uniquely certified to answer his notion that “single younger females” are the largest risk to events on the proper and that the promised land lies with girls who’ve reached my stage of life.

It could be simple to select a number of the low-hanging fruit from Cater’s intellectually confused evaluation of the Liberal Celebration’s well-known “girl drawback” and mock it — which many have.

Whether or not it was Cater’s preoccupation with and deeply offensive demonisation of single moms (hiya, the Nineteen Eighties “welfare queen” is again), or his suggestion that younger girls consider the welfare state as some type of sugar daddy, or his downright bizarre use of sexualised language to characterise the rising pattern of ladies looking for increased training (we should, he says, “handle the promiscuous entry to increased training”), it was exhausting to know the place to start. 

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