Clementine Ford is one of Australia’s most fearless feminists, and possibly one of its most provocative. The author of the best-selling Fight Like A Girl and Boys Will Be Boys has been an ardent champion for girls and women, a fierce critic of toxic masculinity, and the target of extraordinary vitriol – which, from time to time, has elicited incendiary responses that she has later regretted. Her new book, How We Love: Notes on a Life, is an exploration of how love makes its home in our heart, and the act of faith and bravery required to surrender ourselves to it. She joins us in person for this special session to reflect on her work past, present and future, in conversation with Madeleine Chapman.
Supported by Platinum Bold Patron Theresa Gattung.