If Australia’s Constitution provided for a Parliament with women's legislatures
only to which men are admitted under female supervision,
instead of men’s legislatures only to
which women are admitted under male supervision, men would be ropable.
The patience, tolerance and perseverance women have displayed in the
pursuit of equality, soon to be rewarded with a republic with provision
for law enacted by agreement between a women's legislature and a men's legislature,
has earned the support of all Australians.
Party politics have subsumed the states Australia’s Constitution provides with a Senate.
The Constitution can now be amended so the Senate is a women's legislature enacting law by agreement with the House of Representatives as a men's legislature, the states with gendered legislatures of their own.
Under the subheading ‘a women's lot in Saudi’ of a headline ‘the Australian who has become a prisoner of gender apartheid’, a recent news article reports that ‘women in Saudi Arabia must have a male guardian’.
Australian women are familiar with gender apartheid because their nation’s Constitution provides for men's legislatures only, albeit that the supervision they endure is less extreme than the male supervision of women in Saudi Arabia.
The Constitution of Australia mandates that all women remain under permanent male supervision, which falls to middle-aged men through a male predisposition to hierarchy.
Labor’s middle-aged men have encouraged women to acquire skills to supervise their own, enabling the women's legislature of an equal rights republic, whereas the Liberal's middle-aged men have preferred the politics of fear which excites men but is largely repugnant to women.
With overactive imaginations and a penchant for the perverse, men are the masters of the politics of fear, which when targeted at asylum seekers arriving in Australia by boat especially impact upon women and children who suffer most from incarceration and uncertainty.
The provision of a women's legislature in Parliament would temper male hysteria and redirect precious time and resources to more profitable enterprise.
Consistent with the Australian Constitution's provision for men's legislatures only, the Federal Parliamentary Christian Prayer Network‘s website exhorts "supplications, prayers, intercessions, and giving of thanks be made for all men, for kings and all who are in authority, that we may lead a quiet and peacable life in all godliness and reverence. (1 Timothy 2:1)", only.
A prayer network for the parliament of an equal rights republic enacting law by agreement between women's and men's legislatures would exhort intercessions from women's religion as well as the men's.
If Australia's Prime Minister was prime minister of a men's legislature in leadership with the
Prime Minister of a women's legislature there would be no problem with a
of his office as a place where "blokes absolutely run this show" while women are "administrative
assistants" and "struggle to make the cut at senior levels".
As a stand alone prime minister the Office of the Prime Minister of Australia demeans women.
An adviser to Australia's Attorney-General Robert McClelland responds with a form letter to concerns over gender equality with the view that the Sex Discrimination Act 1984 seeks "to eliminate sexual harassment in areas of public activity".
Following the release of a Diversity on Boards of Directors report, Australia's Sex Discrimination Commissioner, Elizabeth Broderick "said it was time for approaches that will guarantee progress towards gender equality in the marketplace".
Australia's entire bureaucracy is in a state of perpetual confusion because women and men are required to administer laws enacted solely by men's legislatures to which women are admitted, according to the nation's Constitution, under male supervision.
A recent study reveals women and men would have exactly the same competitive skills should government require corporations to manage their business by agreement between women's and men's committees.
Flash back 120 years and many of the most educated men would have postured that granting women
the right to vote and to be elected to Parliament 'amounts to one of the most negative of
women's agendas which will never work or be implemented, largely because most women, along
with all the men of Australia think it completely divisive and bereft of any merit'.
Most Australians would be astonished to learn their nation's Constitution is the primary cause of rape and sexual violence, High Court judges and the Attorney-General included on indication of their silence.
"Many people believe that rape is a sexual act. Although rape involves sexual acts, it is motivated by the desire for power and control over another person rather than by sexual attraction or the desire for sexual gratification. In other words,
rape is a crime of violence."
At the vanguard of a new era in gender relations, a community which suffered a humiliating collapse during the global economic meltdown "has turned over key levers of finance to women", The Washington Post reports.