World news – « Life is too short for this cop: Sam Armytage told her truth »

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What a week for women. For women who speak, speak, tell « their truth » in order to steal an Oprah ism. Was it by chance that everything went so perfectly on International Women’s Day? I do not believe that.

Meghan Markle was sitting with the talk show queen Oprah to digest her four years as a royal. Julie Bishop spits on self-proclaimed (and no doubt exaggerated) « big swinging cocks » with Leigh Sales in Canberra. And my colleague Sam Armytage, who puts her private life above professional life and steps out of the limelight – for now.

Let’s start with Sam. It was a shock to many of us when she announced on Monday morning that she was leaving Sunrise, but it was no surprise at all.

I am often asked about Sam in interviews. My answer is always, « I don’t know how she does it. » Sam has been relentlessly attacked by paparazzi since starting out on the job.

Breakfast television is not for the faint of heart. It may seem fluffy and frivolous from the couch at home, but it comes with a lot of control. As an on-screen woman, you need to have strong opinions, but not be too headstrong. Some viewers will think you are left-handed, others right-handed. Sam has mastered the ups and downs of the top job admirably while maintaining a sense of humor.

Monday became the day to tell her truth. She told the audience to take a break and find some rest. « I’m quitting this job at a time of my choosing and on top of the reviews that not many people on TV can tell they do. »

Later that day, 10 photographers camped outside their home, and one deliberately hit the hood for a reaction. Life is too short for this cop … And so enough was enough.

Over at ABC, Julie Bishop has Canberra culture and the boys’ club she says tried to sabotage her political career. She told Leigh Sales, « If they tried to block my pursuits, they have not succeeded because my goal was to be Australia’s Foreign Secretary and I am very proud to say that in that role I have served for. » 5 years. »

Wowza. The racial allegations, the lack of spiritual support for Meghan when the young royals built their Heads Together initiative on that very foundation, and the idea that the palace had conspired with tabloids to make negative headlines about her. Whether you’re on Harry and Meghan’s side or the « Company » side, it’s clear Meghan has reached a point of no return. She’s towed the family line long enough and wanted to tell her truth.

Three different women, each with something to say. Stand up for yourself. Be brave. Be brave. Tell your truth

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