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    So if she believes “Deeds not Words”, is she on record condemning her great-grandmother for calling men cowards and pinning them with white feathers when she ran into them on the street?

    The whole interview should be flagged for something as bias.

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    I would’ve loved to have heard a bit more about what Helen found ‘fantastic’ about what Men’s Rights groups are adding to the conversation and why she believes they need to call themselves feminists. Not because I disagree but for full clarity, rather than just a statement that carries no meaning and can be easily misconstrued.

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      Thanks for your suggestion Suchiththa. I have added in her praise of the White Ribbon Campaign. You can also find the transcript of the interview at the end of the article if you see something that you think should be added.

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        Whoa, I never got a notification about this. Thanks for the clarity as well as pointing out the whole interview was available to read in it’s entirety! My wife recently met Helen a couple of times in Ethiopia, so this was cool to read!

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