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SocietyDecember 5, 2019

On the Rag: We made our own safety video for women (WATCH)

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In the latest episode of On The Rag, based on the podcast of the same name, watch as Alex Casey, Michèle A’Court and Leonie Hayden get real about women and safety.

Fasten your seatbelts and hold onto your tits, the seventh episode of On the Rag is all about safety. What did we learn about safety when we were growing up as young women? What key pointers should everyone know about workplace harassment? And who the hell are the men who shout at women from cars? We also enjoy a safety demonstration from Vivian Chandra from the women’s self defence network, who teaches us to turn fear into anger and ballet moves into lethal blows.

Watch episode one of On the Rag: ‘Periods’ here
Watch episode two of On the Rag: ‘Body hair’ here
Watch episode three of On the Rag: ‘Being online’ here
Watch episode four of On the Rag: ‘Ageing’ here
Watch episode five of On the Rag: ‘Abortion’ here
Watch episode six of On the Rag: ‘Sex positivity’ here

On the Rag is made with the support of NZ On Air

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