She was followed by several other women, including MP Jan Logie, who said: ”As a victim of sexual assault and an advocate for survivors, I would ask that the record expunge the comment from the prime minister,” according to an account from the Guardian.

Green MPs Marama Davidson and Poto Williams, who attempted to make similar comments, were booted from the room. About eight others walked out in solidarity. “We’ve walked out because every woman in this country needs to know that women parliamentarians will not put up with this,” said Delahaunty.

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