You nasty hideous whinging sooky la la , how dare you think talk for all women , most ladies i know are repulsed by the likes of you and the gillard / hanson young /clinton etc and consider you to have taken the equality cause back at least 50 years !!!!View on Facebook
It is an incalculable honour for me to be selected as one of New York Magazine’s “Most Admirable Everyday Women of 2016”. The list includes the woman who tried to use a slice of pizza as ID to get into a bar and the eighth-grader who made her boyfriend sign a relationship contract. Truly, I am not worthy.View on Facebook
Friends! Chuck Jones is the union leader from Indiana, USA who Donald Trump has been trying to bully on Twitter. Chuck has now got his own Twitter account and is refusing to be cowed. Please, if you’re on Twitter, please follow him and encourage others to do the same: touch one, touch all.
His handle is @ChuckJonesUSW19.
Solidarity, Chuck. #ImWithChuckView on Facebook
The biggest laugh I had of the American election was when Donald Trump – the billionaire son of a billionaire – made an appeal to working class voters that he was their champion. He even announced he was a “blue collar billionaire”.
I’m not laughing now. He’s not even in office yet, but Trump’s already dropped the charade he’s anything apart from a rich guy with the interests of the rich at heart. He’s doing what rich guys always do; fighting wage increases, and busting unions.
In the first case: the guy Trump’s picking as his Labor Secretary (Industrial relations minister) is a rich executive from the notoriously exploitative fast food industry, who has no government experience. Puzder is an outspoken critic of the worker protections enacted by the Obama administration, and is not only an opponent of raising minimum wage but also opposes expanding eligibility for overtime pay. At the same time, Puzder’s own base salary isover $1 million: “Annual base salaries should be competitive and create a measure of financial security for our executive officers,”. Oh, also: he opposes Obamacare, and likes to use advertising of women in bikinis eating fast food.
In the second case, just read this:View on Facebook
Van BadhamView on Facebook
It’s been a big day for protest and action in Australia: in their ongoing campaign for their 95% female industry to receive pay that adequately remunerates them for their qualifications & responsibilities, early childhood educators dressed themselves up in 1970s costumes to make a very visual point outside Peter Dutton’s office that women in early childhood education are STILL WAITING for equal pay.
Solidarity, beloved champions!View on Facebook
SO GOOD. Australian female filmmakers make a point about gender exclusion in the film industry by DRESSING UP AS SAUSAGES AND GATECRASHING THE AACTA AWARDS PARTY.
Solidarity to these heroes of women everywhere.View on Facebook