By Situation Theatre 12/5/2019
Meanwhile, a woman cornered by Morrison looks desperately towards the exit signs.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has given Australian women five compelling reasons to vote for him just in time for Mother’s Day.
“First, my wife, Jenny Morrison, is a fully-grown woman.”
“Second, I’ve impregnated her twice, which is clear biological evidence for just how close I am to women.”
“Third, I’m wearing this pink tie. Why would I use this to show I care about women unless I didn’t have the greatest of respect for gender stereotypes?”
“Fourth, I’m watching netball. Women love netball! I mean, women playing netball shouldn’t come at the expense of men playing basketball, but still!”
Nothing like having the PM watching on to add a bit of pressure to your weekend netball game.— Jade Macmillan (@JadeMacmillan1) May 11, 2019
Scott Morrison visiting Liberal seat of Deakin in Melbourne’s outer eastern suburbs, held by Michael Sukkar on 6.4 per cent margin. #ausvotes @abcnews @politicsabc pic.twitter.com/Q451NmZZtP
“And finally, no one is more committed to allowing women to maintain their 22% representation in the Liberal Party than I am.”