You’re Too Much Sat 10 Sep, 4pm
Historically thrust onto the sidelines, women and non-binary people have often been told to make themselves smaller, less visible, less noisy – just less – so as to not topple the historically assured power of cis, heterosexual, white people. Hear from an all-star line-up of women and non-binary people at the top of their fields about how they revel in being loud, unafraid seekers of success. Featuring head cook and owner of iconic Melbourne institution Moroccan Soup Bar, Hana Assafiri; writer, photographer and sexual health worker, Liz Duck-Chong; author of Sexual Revolution and Bitch Doctrine, Laurie Penny; and Yankunytjatjara and Wirangu radio and TV presenter, Shelley Ware; with host of RN Breakfast, Patricia Karvelas.
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