Polarising by design, described by his daughter as...a lame, gay, churchy loser, and by our Prime Minister as a misogynist, Australian women are suspicious and intrigued
about his views.
Is the man the exemplar of equality, or a cipher of political circumstance?
What does he actually think?
Well, a mystery of history is now solved. In Advice to a Daughter, Abbot Tony has penned an incisive analysis of modern feminism.
Topical, witty and just in time for the election season, Abbot Tony’s Advice to a Daughter redraws battlelines and reveals the so er side of the political hitman, who admits to wearing his ovaries on the outside in this modern masterpiece.
Be amazed at Abbot’s wisdom, as, putting it all on the record, he expounds on crucial subjects a ecting Australia’s daughters, including marital relations, ladylike behaviour, vanity, religion and even dancing.
Described as “exciting, kaleidoscopic, lyrical and profound”, this deportment manual acts as a beacon of clarity in a complicated world, a new way of looking at woman, Australia and our conservative traditions.