Where the bloody hell were ya?

Firstly, a warm and humble thank you to Kate Sheppard, her Tangata Whenua suffragette sister; Meri Te Tai Mangakahia and the many women who stood with them in order for women in this country to have the basic freedom of having a voice in the democratic process of this country. Without these women, women in […]

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White Ribbon: Don’t let ‘if only’ be all you have left to say

It was difficult to listen to David White at the White Ribbon event in Manukau today. It was difficult because his voice broke several times during his address.  The raw emotion that he so humbly shared with the crowd was both poignant and honest. His pain and his determination to make a difference by sharing his […]

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Who blurred the lines?

We, like the rest of the nation were outraged at the breaking news this week regarding a group of young men calling themselves “Roastbusters” These young men, who appear to think they are ‘the man’ by stupefying and raping underage girls, clearly have a warped sense of reality, as well as misogynistic and deviant behaviors […]

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