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Australia Is Not One Of The Ten Most Dangerous Countries For Women.

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"your thread is nothing if not trying to blame women for being victims".

What a stupid statement, Belly. How on earth could stating a few statistics suggest that I am blaming women for anything! You are clearly incapable of rational thought as well as being semi-literate.
Posted by ttbn, Sunday, 8 July 2018 12:40:23 PM
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Don't worry folks.

With our current migrant intake, & with the source of refugees our lefty friends push us to take, we'll catch up very soon.

Keep importing the garbage of the worlds failed countries, & we will make it into the top 5 in no time.
Posted by Hasbeen, Sunday, 8 July 2018 3:46:38 PM
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Hasbeen,

You are probably right. America wasn't on the list in 2011, and there is nothing to say that we won't be soon, given the 'wonderful' diversity and multiculturalism of the massing immigrants coming in every year: many of them from the sub-continent that heads the list now. The resident commos will continue to turn a blind eye to the fact that the top 10 countries for killing women are where the immigrants are coming from. Already itís not all that safe for a single woman to travel by taxi.
Posted by ttbn, Sunday, 8 July 2018 4:52:18 PM
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Before we start to feel smug about how safe our
country is we should actually talk to young
women and see how they feel .

A recent survey done in 2016 - (prior to the rape and
murder of the young female comedian in Victoria by a
local) found that one in 3 young Australian women do
not believe they should be in public spaces at night.
Nearly on quarter of those asked also said they did
not think young women should ever travel on public
transport alone and as a result they are curbing their
behaviour.

The survey was commissioned by Plan International Australia.
Victim blaming was also thought to be entrenched in
Australian culture. As well as blaming others for crimes
that should be of a concern for us all - and all of our
responsibility to ensure that everyone (men and women) is safe
in our communities. Until we change our attitudes - all of us
are part of the problem.
Posted by Foxy, Sunday, 8 July 2018 6:36:46 PM
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Yep the cultural left and feminist have made Australia much more dangerous for females.
Posted by runner, Sunday, 8 July 2018 6:53:05 PM
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runner,

How about actually contributing something to the
discussion? Your "drive-by" quips are blantantly
untrue and unhelpful.

Why do you assume that when people speak up about
women's feelings they're automatically negating
men's rights? Kindly do not align all women with
extremist feminists (which many of us emphatically
disagree with). That is simplistic.

Most females believe in better conditions for
both men and women. You should as well.
Posted by Foxy, Sunday, 8 July 2018 7:38:25 PM
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