As a woman and feminist in a long term non-marriage partnership Julia Gillard has taken a strong public stance against the idea that the legitimacy of a union rests on the ability to put a ring on it.
It's a politically interesting and sophisticated response, so why does it fall on deaf ears, asks Jessica Kean.
I honestly can't even think of the equivalent for a male athlete. Now, there’s a new pressure on women athletes: You have to look pretty when we can’t even see you.
Live-performances and an open sound laboratory @ the BAR of the Kammerspiele will be presented within the first two weeks of April. CD launch of CLUBbleu’s latest release „DARK~asian~ENERGY [singa~core album], as part of the exhibition „incomplete Urbanism: Attemps of Critical Spacial Practise“. Featured composers: Karlheinz Essl, Iris ter Schiphorst, Felix Leuschner, Ole Hübner, Julia Mihály und Minas Borboudakis. Pieces by Mauro Lanza, Sascha Lino Lemke, Ed Bennett, Roderik de Man, Moritz Eggert, The Beatles, Daniel Moreira, Péter Köszeghy, Daniel Moreira, Benjamin Gordon, Sirah Marinez Alvarez.
Now, two years later, that story and much more will be revealed with the book release on November 22.
To get us ready, the author answered a few questions for BHT about her meticulous research and “the world’s most powerful workingwoman.” Julia Baird: It’s funny how, 115 years after Victoria’s death, the fascination with her intimate relationship with a servant endures.
Julia Gillard was asked to justify her opposition to same-sex marriage on Monday, and again last night, but her answers fell on deaf ears.
A politically interesting and sophisticated response, it was nonetheless largely reported as 'fumbled', 'disingenuous' and 'confused' and it is time to think about why.