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They do not speak for me and they shit me to tears

The last blog post from Oecomuse I re-blogged, I said that it was the best blog post of the year. Well, I take that back. This is – again from Oecomuse. I thoroughly enjoy this blog. I encourage my followers to subscribe or follow Oecomuse. Click on “view original post” below to read the full article.


This weekend, the Sydney Moring Herald showcased three conservative ‘young’ white women aged 28, 31 and 37 years. Most definitions of ‘young’ fall short of all these ages (and end at 25), but whiteness has long bestowed a peculiar time-machine effect which bears no relationship to reality, although it is closely associated with the shifting goal posts strategy perfected over centuries.

Anyway, the profiles of Daisy Cousens, Helen Andrews, and Georgina Downer generated a lot of comment. Daisy started a twitter campaign using a hashtag inspired by a dead white bloke who drew despicably racist and transphobic cartoons. Into the fray leapt Caleb Bond, a 17-year-old white boy who has been propelled into the spotlight by Murdoch editors and publishers who for reasons of their own – such as disseminating patriarchal norms via shallow, ill-informed, feminist-hating trash – prefer a proportion of their misogyny and hate to be churned out…

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2 thoughts on “They do not speak for me and they shit me to tears

  1. Not really relevant, but so damn Aussie..! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=blO3EtP_D10


    Posted by freefall852 | April 10, 2017, 5:56 pm
  2. It’s a terrible shame that the story of class warfare and female emancipation aren’t mandatory within the school curriculum.


    Posted by Steve Peacock | April 11, 2017, 3:13 pm

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Trish Corry



I love to discuss Australian Politics. My key areas of interest are Welfare, Disadvantage, emotions in the workplace, organisational behaviour, stigma, leadership, women, unionism. I am pro-worker and anti-conservativism/Liberalism. You will find my blog posts written from a Laborist / Progressive Slant.

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