This evening, two stories hit the front page involving women from Canberra. Their contrasting stories prove what a diverse little city we have here (and perhaps the growing need for selective breeding).
First, everyone’s favourite trashy spray tan “artist” and self proclaimed addictive drug to footballers Charmyne Palavi has written a piece for News Ltd about the perils of being so irresistible to footy players.
She has a positive spin on sleeping with footy players, arguing that it’s about a woman’s freedom.
- “[I can] have sex whenever, with whomever, I choose. I am old enough and wise enough to know these encounters are nothing more than what they were at the time – mostly consensual, one-on-one sex, on my terms.”
Mostly consensual? Gosh, a class act and expert on woman’s rights to be sure.
Luckily, there came another story, a sobering ying to that trashy yang. A former Canberra resident named Natalia Dearnley had her wedding plans disturbed by the filming of a new Tom Hanks movie. He was apparently only to happy to help her get to through the commotion to her classy ceremony.
So from trashy bed hoppers to well educated romantics, see it all in your nation’s capital.
See it in Canberra!