Because I’m nosy, I spent most of my time watching you both instead of working.
And look, there’s no easy way to put this, so I’m just going to say it straight out. Frankly, you have very nice hair and I think you deserve better.
A recent study out of the US indicated that 71 per cent of women now change their names to that of their husbands - a figure that's been steadily increasing since the 1990s.
Ford, a columnist for Daily Life Australian, took to Twitter on Feb.
2 to ask a pointed question about the sexism she faces at work.
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Australian feminist author Clementine Ford is raising eyebrows over a handwritten note she reportedly left on a page of her book, "Fight Like a Girl," during a signing. ” Clementine Ford reportedly wrote inside her hardcover book. ” (Image source: You Tube screenshot) A feminist author is raising eyebrows over a handwritten note she reportedly left on a page of her book, “Fight Like a Girl,” during a signing. ” Clementine Ford, an Australian author, reportedly wrote inside her hardcover book. ” @clementine_ford I've always respected your views regardless of whether or not I agree with them, but this is a bit much, don't you think?!