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Women still seen as \'appendages\' in Australia says Kirner MP3

Questioning the Prime Minister about her partner's sexual preferences has cost Perth DJ Howard Sattler his job. Although there was widespread criticism of his interview, some believe it showed how deeply sexist attitudes are held in Australia. The former premier of Victoria, Joan Kirner, says she's outraged that the Prime Minister was asked such questions. Source: abc.net.au

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