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388 – Not Her Last Christmas: Calling On Men To Call Out Domestic Violence

Not her last Christmas: Calling Upon Men To Call Out Domestic Violence

This Episode Is About What Men Can Do To Stop The Murdering Of Women In Domestic Violence By Preventing Such Outcomes Through Talking With The “Don’t Become That Man” Helpline

WARNING: This episode covers the disturbing topic of domestic violence. 

If you need help immediately, call 000.

Don’t Be That Guy, Monday-Friday, 2pm – 7pm, call 1300 24 34 13.

1800 Respect National Helpline, call 1800 737 732

Women’s Crisis Line, call 1800 811 811

Men’s Referral Service, call 1300 766 491

Lifeline, call 131 114

Something has snapped for Steve this year and this episode is his response. As he explains, the unrelenting toll of women being murdered by blokes has him distraut and feeling helpless, so he’s reached out for some wisdom about what to do when you notice or suspect domestic violence and/or coercive control being carried out by a mate or by yourself. You’ll hear from the CEO of OARS Community Transitions, Leigh Garrett, who will give us some insights and urge us to spread the word about Don’t Become That Man (DBTM) Counselling Service.

Steve also mentions the next Pay Our Respects 2024 event on Saturday 20th January. The sixth Pay Our Respects to Australian Murdered Women event will be held on Saturday 20th January 2024 on the steps of Parliament House, gathering at 9:00- 9:15am for a 9:30am start finishing at approximately 11:30am. The gathering honours the Australian women murdered in 2023. If it’s your first time hearing about this (as was the case for Steve), Pay Our Respects has been individually honouring all the women murdered through gendered violence across Australia in the previous year.

In the SA Drink Of The Week we have both an Olive Oil and an Italian style wine from Coriole, McLaren Vale.

And in the Musical Pilgrimage, we hear from Steven Jeffrey again (of Atlas Genius fame), with a new song by Eden Of Avalon.

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Running Sheet: Not Her Last Christmas: Calling On Men To Call Out Domestic Violence

00:00:00 Intro

Introduction

00:06:13 SA Drink Of The Week

In the SA Drink Of The Week this week we have two “drops”.

The first is Coriole Extra Virgin Olive Oil 2022. The vineyard has been producing olive oil for 30 years and this latest vintage is sublime; pungent, grassy, rich, intense, and, as Steve discovers, peppery.

The second is the Coriole Negroamaro 2023. This is a light-bodied wine, very fragrant and perfumed, perfectly balanced for chilling slightly and serving over summer. Steve’s live tasting highlights some of the gentle array of fruits and aromas.

00:13:02 Don’t Be That Man – An Interview With Leigh Garrett, OARS Community Transitions

Something has snapped for Steve this year and this episode is his response. As he explains, the unrelenting toll of women being murdered by blokes has him distraut and feeling helpless, so he’s reached out for some wisdom about what to do when you notice or suspect domestic violence and/or coercive control being carried out by a mate or by yourself. You’ll hear from the CEO of OARS Community Transitions, Leigh Garrett, who will give us some insights and urge us to spread the word about Don’t Become That Man (DBTM) Counselling Service.

Steve also mentions the next Pay Our Respects 2024 event on Saturday 20th January. The sixth Pay Our Respects to Australian Murdered Women event will be held on Saturday 20th January 2024 on the steps of Parliament House, gathering at 9:00- 9:15am for a 9:30am start finishing at approximately 11:30am. The gathering honours the Australian women murdered in 2023. If it’s your first time hearing about this (as was the case for Steve), Pay Our Respects has been individually honouring all the women murdered through gendered violence across Australia in the previous year.

00:43:38 Musical Pilgrimage

In the Musical Pilgrimage, we hear from Steven Jeffrey again (of Atlas Genius fame), with a new song by Eden Of Avalon, Don’t Say Goodbye.

Steven wrote this song in 2014 when he was moving to LA full time to concentrate on the music dream. He was in a long term relationship but he knew the distance was putting a strain on that. The lyrics came to him while he was flying between LA and Denver. It is about missing someone and wishing the relationship was like it was at the start.

Here’s this week’s preview video

No episode video this week, but rather, one from Don’t Be That Guy

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