Family violence isn't gendered

For the last five years I’ve been immersed in researching and writing in the areas of gender and true equality.

Never before has it been so clear, so transparent, and so appalling to witness what the real agenda is here.

In August 2020, I interviewed Mallory Millett, sister of Kate Millet, the influential American feminist activist and writer. Kate wrote Sexual Politics in 1970, which is widely regarded as one of radical feminism’s key texts.

Mallory’s been very outspoken and critical of her sister and her influence on second-wave feminism. She often speaks about “Marxist feminists” and reading the Women’s March 4 Justice website, I was struck by the disturbing truth of Mallory’s insights once again. The website claims:

“Women have been struggling for our rights alone for too long, and enough is enough. We believe by being inclusive and all genders working together we can achieve more.”


“March4Justice is an organic uprising, with logistics being undertaken at speed by volunteers around the country. Discussions include the critical need to have an intersectional mindset. As Kimberle Crenshaw says, ‘All inequality is not created equal.’


Australia’s dominant patriarchal culture privileges the white, able-bodied, straight and wealthy. #March4Justice organisers and participants need to be ever-vigilant against doing the same. We call on all events to ensure a diverse platform of speakers, and all organisers to be inclusive in their outreach.”

People of Australia, please wake up!

It is absolutely clear at this point that all this noise is politically motivated. The left-wing media is throwing its collective weight behind gathering momentum for this narrative.

Why now?

Because we’re heading to an election.

The date may not have been set yet, but campaign mode has already been given the green light.

The last US election was dominated by the BLM movement.

This next Australian Federal election will be dominated by the women’s “justice” movement.

As Trump was tarred as a white supremacist enabler, Morrison and his team will be tarred as sexual abuse enablers.

Among Morrison’s biggest weakness is the female vote.

This movement is targeted.

This movement is entirely politically motivated.

And, once again, I find myself dismayed by the overall agenda to divide us rather than unite us as human beings.

Intersectionality is the enemy of unity.

Building and maintaining resentment is politically useful.

When Kate Millett wrote Sexual Politics in 1970, she would have been delighted to know that these Marxist political battles would be raging at full force in 2021.

Corrine Barraclough has a journalism career spanning 20 years, including senior positions at national magazines in London, New York & Sydney. She embraced the whirlwind of celebrity and entertainment journalism and the heady lifestyle that went with it before walking away from it all to live on the Gold Coast and pursue a balanced life.

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