By Michelle Duff,
In the 127 years since women have been able to vote, you’d think someone would have asked them what they want.
You would think.
Being a woman or a gender minority in New Zealand is kind of like being in a really tiring relationship with someone who says they just want you to be happy, then eats all the chips. Who professes to care, then leaves you shivering while they hog all the duvet.
When it comes to their grand plans for running the country, have any political parties really considered what will make a difference to the lives of women and girls? Or are most of them just tapping out policies on their notes app, leaving the bathroom with the toilet seat up?
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