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There are reasons for that, some of them to do with historical events that I’m not going into here, and some of them just to do with the simple fact that even in 2018 women still have to work so hard just to carve out equitable space because the default is male and/or because there is resistance. I’ve been spending time on Twitter since 2014 and I’ve been around many men there who are not only supportive of feminism at a theoretical, philosophical level, but who actively support women by amplifying them, by holding other men to account, by choosing to not take up space and listen instead.

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The other is that there are many progressive men here on TS, and there will be a general support for #metoonz at the philosophical level.

But I’m pointing to the work that needs to be done in our own house around sharing power with women and I’m suggesting that it is on the men here to do that if they want to keep considering themselves progressive.

Men have been told about these issues for a long time and were simply unwilling to change.

I’m the same age as Alison Mau and like many of our generation I was marching in Reclaim the Night marches in 80s.

So please, stop using Thatcher and Shipely as rationales to block women’s politics and access to power.

The other issue here, equally important and intrinsically connected, is why The Standard, the largest progressive political blog in NZ, is still largely a white male space.

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