We don’t blame the Hoddle Street or Port Arthur victims; so why do we blame women?

Crikey readers respond to the death of Eurydice Dixon, and the ensuing anger from women. Plus, Rebel Wilson's amended defamation payout.

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Princes Park Eurydice Dixon

The murder of Eurydice Dixon has sent shockwaves around Australia, as both men and women discuss a broader climate of violence and fear. On Friday, Meg Watson outlined some of the many ways women "already take responsibility for their safety". The question now is: how do we move beyond acknowledging this to changing it?


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