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Incoming New Zealand Prime Minister Chris Hipkins has urged men to call out misogyny and abuse of women when they see it, saying the way predecessor Jacinda Ardern was treated by some was “utterly abhorrent.”
“I think we often leave it to women to say ‘this isn’t okay and I don’t feel okay about that’ and many women don’t feel comfortable talking in that way,” Hipkins told a news conference Sunday in Wellington. “So I think we as men have a responsibility to call it out when we see it and to say that it’s not okay.”


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