Listen to Alex Casey, Leonie Hayden and Michele A’Court tackle the past month in women, news and popular culture.
This month On the Rag, we look back at the revelations from the law world and the reality of workplace harassment. What else shouldn’t you ever, ever say in the workplace? What steps can you take in your own job to make sure the correct systems are in place? And why does the job always fall on women to sort this stuff out?!
Beyond that, we relive the horror of Jacinda’s 60 Minutes interview, reach a conclusion on whether Jennifer Lawrence is allowed to be cold or not, and scream heartily about how good Black Panther is. We also launch a new segment where we confess to our feminist sins, so please don’t judge us too much.
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