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The rise of ‘Motherism’ – prejudice against stay-at-home mums

The Telegraph 21 October 2013 Stay-at-home mothers are increasingly facing a damaging but unspoken prejudice   that assumes they are stupid, lazy and unattractive, a leading child   development expert has warned. Dr Aric Sigman, a biologist and psychologist, said that what…

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Comparisons between JONES & BROWN:

17 October 2013 When Labour MP Shane Jones was caught for spending taxpayer funds on porn movies in a hotel, I wrote an article for the Otago Daily Times. What I said about Shane Jones then also applies to Len…

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Labour: Euthanasia bill will return

NZ Herald 16 October 2013 Coroner calls for fresh debate, but MP says the issue risks becoming a political football in election year. Voluntary euthanasia will be placed back on the political agenda “like a shot” after the next election,…

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They have decided – to protect life

Coroner urges MPs to decide on euthanasia Stuff.co 15 October 2013 A coroner is calling for Parliament to make up its mind about euthanasia after an elderly woman chose to suffocate herself with a handmade contraption in her Lower Hutt…

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Abortions lead to mental health issues

Stuff.co 13 October 2013 Doctors are  subverting abortion law by adopting “liberal criteria” as to what constitutes a mental health problem, allowing women to more easily undergo the procedure, a University of Otago professor says. David Fergusson, a professor of…

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European Parliament condemns gendercide

LifeSiteNews 10 October 2013 The European Parliament approved a report–Gendercide: the missing women?–that condemns practices that destroy the lives of women and girls, including sex selection abortion and infanticide. The report by MEP Antigoni Papadopoulou recognizes that sex selective abortion…

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1 in 10 young people have perpetrated sexual violence

USA Today 7 October 2013 Nearly one in 10 young people report being a perpetrator of sexual violence —  either coercing or forcing some type of sexual contact upon another, according to a new national study that suggests a connection…

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The danger of self-selecting polls

Euthanasia backed in poll Northern Advocate 10 October 2013 More than 60 per cent of Whangarei residents want euthanasia legalised in some form while 85 per cent want changes to cannabis laws, a survey has found. The research, carried out…

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Pledge to extend parental leave

NZ Herald 10 October 2013 A Labour government would extend paid parental leave from 14 weeks to a minimum of 26, David Cunliffe told trade unionists yesterday in his first big speech since gaining the leadership a month ago. The…

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