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Criticising women not sexism or misogyny
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'Have I encountered sexism and misogyny along the way? Not that I have noticed, although I am the type who would be inclined to suck it up and fight back.
I often have criticisms levelled at me. Only yesterday, someone (anonymous, of course) described me as a "commentator's bootlace". I take these remarks as indicative of the person's opinion of my work not good. That's fine.
Have I benefited from being in a profession which has traditionally been dominated by men? You bet, although I find comfort in the knowledge that merit and competence are always part of the selection criteria. But could this be called reverse sexism?
The really troubling implication of the showdown in parliament this week is that the Prime Minister will now misrepresent any criticisms of her performance and the performance of her government as examples of sexism and misogyny. She will play this card, even if it is the lowest trick in the book, constantly portraying herself as a helpless victim.
This is not the feminist way.'
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