It's been nearly three years since Julia Gillard gave her impassioned speech about misogyny and sexism to the parliament, and was hailed as an inspiration for women in Australia and around the world.
Judging from this video, it looks like her speech is inspiring the next generation of leaders too.
"Thank you very much Madam Deputy Speaker, and I rise to oppose the motion moved by the leader of the opposition, and in so doing I say to the leader of the opposition, I will not be lectured about sexism and misogyny by this man, I will not!", the group shouts at the camera.
"The leader of the opposition says that people who hold sexist views and who are misogynists are not appropriate for high office. Well I hope the Leader of the Opposition has got a piece of paper and he is writing out his resignation. Because if he wants to know what misogyny looks like in modern Australia, he doesn't need a motion in the House of Representatives, he needs a mirror. That's what he needs."
BuzzFeed News had a chat with Rita Andraos, the 16-year-old student from Wollongong at the centre of the video. She said she hopes the video shows that young people are interested in politics.
Rita told BuzzFeed News that she knows the speech so well because she watches the speech as inspiration whenever she is is procrastinating from study.
Rita says she thinks young people are discouraged by the negativity and corruption, but it's not enough to turn her off wanting to get into politics when she finishes school.
She says she loves growing up in a multicultural area on the NSW south coast, and would love to help people and represent the diversity of Australia.
"At the end of the day, you're making laws on behalf of people, and representing their best interests. People think we are disengaged from politics but we want to make a difference, and we want our voices to count."
That's enough to make any prime minister hopeful for the future.
Alexandra Lee is a politics reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in Sydney, Australia.
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