These women have paid dearly for doing that but their consciences are clear - they have been harassed, victimised and bullied for what they did but they know that what they did was right.
On International Women's Day, the University of Newcastle should NOT be celebrating those women employed by the University who were the bullies, who collaborated and colluded with the bullies, or those who stood by and watched what was happening without taking a stand.
These women give feminism a bad name because their way of hanging on to power was to "play with the boys", even if that meant collaborating with the old boys' network and destroying other women.
Some years ago, the University of Newcastle published their book entitled 100 women (edited by Kevin McConkey!!). We have our own publication of 114 women.