Who says women cannot lead?

Australia Former prime minister Julia Gillard’s 2012 ‘misogyny speech’ has been voted the most unforgettable moment of Australian TV history by Guardian readers. 



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#1 D@ily Spin on 03.22.20 at 2:26 pm

She’s full of fire. An impromptu speech for 13 minutes. I noticed she wasn’t wearing a wedding ring. I’ll do her cooking and ironing if she’ll accept my marriage proposal. Not only passionate but a beautiful and feminine woman. The prime minister of New Zealand is also a woman and also a good leader.

Might I suggest we support governor Noem during this difficult time. She’s responded well and we need her kind of leadership.

#2 "Very Stable Genius" on 03.23.20 at 3:08 pm

Merkel, with her frank and early warning about COVID-19, is just one of many many examples of how women can lead.

Trump, however, isn’t making men look too good right now.

( and Woodstock adds: “That Trumpster never makes us look good”…. “And he’d better, too, hope that Stormy didn’t have an early and latent form of COVID-19 as well”….)