The glaring absence of women makes it difficult to access role models.
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I would suggest that the answer is no.
Australian women earn substantially less than men at every level.
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Why can a girl be Batman when a boy can't be a princess?
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She was the most experienced candidate in history. He had none.
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'You have real power to decide the future of generations to come.'
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Featuring a gritty, raw play that challenges the school girl experience.
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Let's hope we see more of this in the music industry.
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For every message that says we can do it, there is one that says we can't.
According to a new study, mothers report more stress and fatigue than their male counterparts.
It all starts with changing the mindset of management.
For the AFL to keep repeating that "the female players understand that we are on a journey" is nothing short of exploitation and an abuse of power over a playing group so passionate to finally do what they've always dreamed of -- play professional football in an AFL competition.
Ultimately, Howard is right. Because what he is really saying is that in our current status quo, we have about as much chance of keeping the same PM for the next four years as we do have of reaching parity in the workforce.