A fire-attacked Magda Szubanski celebrated her 60th birthday Monday by walking alone while critics continued to rush to her for comments about a picture of Jenny Morrison.
On a cold day in Melbourne, Szubanski strolled in an oversized black jacket, blue snakeskin print leggings, large sunglasses and over-ear headphones.
It came when the comedian and leftist activist backed away yesterday from a tweet she made over the weekend indicating that Ms. Morrison was subject to her husband as prime minister.
« Let me be clear … I’m not actually making a derogatory comment on Jenny. I just really thought it was a meme! » she tweeted.
On Sunday, Szubanski retweeted a photo of a conservatively dressed Ms. Morrison standing by as the prime minister signed a condolences book for Prince Philip.
« I really thought this was a photoshopped meme from Handmaid’s Tale. But no. It’s 21st century Australian life, » Szubanski wrote.
Liberal MP Nicolle Flint said Szubanski’s « appalling » attack was an example of the double standards shown to women in the center right.
The South Australian Liberal MP, who announced earlier this year that she was leaving politics for abuse ceased in the last election, destroyed Ms. Szubanski’s tweet.
« Ms. Szubanski’s utterly disrespectful remarks are another example of the double standards demonstrated against women in the middle of the right wing of politics.
« The sorority must stop choosing which sisters to protect. All women deserve to be treated with respect, » said Ms. Flint.
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