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Why Uber for Women is not discriminatory

The announcement of an Uber-style service for women only drivers caters a service that offers transportation for women and children passengers to eliminate the fear and safety risks associated with transportation.

While this can be seen as a positive service for some, it controversially discriminates against gender and opens up the conversation on whether feminism has gone too far.

We we're joined on the line by Dr Lauren Rosewarne from University of Melbourne

 

Produced by Brooke Taylor

Last modified on Friday, 22 April 2016 12:19

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