Annabel Crabb Famous Quotes & Sayings

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6 Annabel Crabb Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

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Annabel Crabb Sayings: Why, after all these decades of campaign, reform, research and thought about how we can Why, after all these decades of campaign, reform, research and thought about how we can best get women into the workplace, are we so slow to pick up that the most important next step is how to get men out of it?
Annabel Crabb Sayings: Have a look at the results when Australians are asked if they agree or disagree Have a look at the results when Australians are asked if they agree or disagree with the statement: 'It is better for the family if the husband is the principal breadwinner outside the home and the wife has primary responsibility for the home and children.' In 1986, just over 55 per cent of men agreed with that proposition. That proportion swan-dived down to about 30 per cent by 2001, but by 2005, it had gone up again, to 41.4 per cent. Women subscribe to that view less enthusiastically than men on the whole, but they too have waxed and waned over the last 30 years. In 1986, 33 per cent of them thought it was better for men to work and women to keep house. By 2001, that had dipped to 19 per cent. But by 2005, it had bobbed back up to 36.4 per cent.17
Annabel Crabb Sayings: When men and women produce a baby together for the first time, it's an absolute When men and women produce a baby together for the first time, it's an absolute festival of mutual incompetence.
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Annabel Crabb Sayings: Worse than that, however, was the CFO, a dapper-suited, neat-haired new age carapace containing an Worse than that, however, was the CFO, a dapper-suited, neat-haired new age carapace containing an uninhibited misogynistic bogan, whose actual words to me, in concert with my boss in the same room were: 'To be successful you have to accept that weekends are for families.
Annabel Crabb Sayings: How can you test whether something's an assumption? Try this: switch things around, and check How can you test whether something's an assumption? Try this: switch things around, and check how bananas everybody goes.