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Let’s Debate The Merits Of Rape Instead Of Nuclear Energy, Said More Than One New Matilda Reader

Editor Chris Graham responds to the latest storm to engulf Australia’s most recalcitrant media outlet. You’re welcome. It’s been a rather challenging week. But first things first. Rape is bad. Debate over. Why did that even come up? Because last week, I published an editorial defending New Matilda’s coverage – and columnist Geoff Russell’s writing – [...] The post Let’s Debate The Merits Of Rape Instead Of Nuclear Energy, Said More Than One New Matilda Reader appeared first on New Matilda.
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