Today, Aussie media outlets are going to varying lengths to celebrate International Women's Day.
Good morning, early birds. A new report indicates that Australia still lags years behind in economic gender equality, and the Coalition's building watchdog threatens striking workers with $5000 fines. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.
It might seem counter-intuitive that in an activity experienced only by women, women are nonetheless pushed to the bottom of the power hierarchy and treated so appallingly, but this is the case.
Yesterday, we witnessed a return to old forms of feminist solidarity, and that's got Helen Razer giddy.
But Aunty isn't the only media outlet with a novel way to mark International Women's Day.
Our foremothers who marched in 1907 would probably not be overwhelmed by the feminist progress of ANZ, David Jones and Unilever.
Sir Herbert Gribble Stunkram, men’s club proprietor and Rich-listers’ rights activist, entreats the ladies of Australia to leave the gentry alone.
China has detained at least seven women's rights activists in the last few days. This is unacceptable -- and Australia must speak up.