A Viral Job Ad & The Elephant In The Room
Listen to us unpack everything that has happened since Prince Harry's memoir was released.
It’s International Women’s Day and the national broadcaster says its female reporters are under attack.
Plus, it’s International Women’s Day and we’re unpacking the viral job ad that sounds a lot like… outsourcing a wife.
And, it’s International Women’s Day and the Internet is divided about the woman who dared to say her husband used to be hot.
The End Bits:
- Listen to our latest episode: Harry, Meghan, An Eviction & A(nother) Tell-All Interview
- Watch: Mamamia's International Women's Day video
- Read: I Want A Wife by Judy Brady (1971)
- Find out more: Endometriosis Australia
RECOMMENDATIONS: Emma wants you to call on the good men in your life to call out their bad friends, with the help of this brilliant post from Lucy Smith.
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