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Q&A is an Australian talk show. Like the entire [[Australian Broadcasting Corporation]], Q&A shows a marked feminist bias. Previous episodes on domestic violence have pushed the feminist narrative.
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Q&A is an Australian talk show produced by and transmitted on the [[Australian Broadcasting Corporation]] (ABC) network. Along with the entire ABC, Q&A shows a marked feminist bias. Previous episodes on domestic violence have pushed the feminist narrative.
   
 
== Notable Episodes ==
 
== Notable Episodes ==

Revision as of 10:46, 26 April 2020

Q&A is an Australian talk show produced by and transmitted on the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) network. Along with the entire ABC, Q&A shows a marked feminist bias. Previous episodes on domestic violence have pushed the feminist narrative.

Notable Episodes

November 4, 2019

Mona Eltahawy appeared on Q&A on November 4, 2019 which was held in conjunction with the feminist Broadside conference. The panel for this episode of Q&A was made up entirely of feminist who were speaking at the conference.[1] During the episode, Eltahawy endorsed violence against men and advocated for the complete abolition of police. The episode was subsequently taken down by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation although it remains widely available online.

References