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“I’ve had enough” | Why Sarah Hanson-Young won’t stop “calling out” sexism and bullying

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Sarah Hanson-Young says she’ll continue to call out and stand up to what she claims is a toxic culture of sexism and bullying in parliament.

The Greens Senator joined Neil Mitchell in studio on Tuesday.

She’s written a book, En Garde, detailing some of the interactions and experiences she’s had in Canberra.

Senator Hanson-Young told Neil Mitchell she “gave as good as she got” in parliament.

However, there was a line.

“I’ll call it out when I see it,” she said.

“I’ve spent 10 years copping it and no more.

“I’ve had enough.”

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