With very few days left in the election, women around the country have started noticing something pretty shitty ... political parties are referring to them with their boyfriend's or brother's surnames.
It's happening a lot in Sydney with the letters sent out by Liberal MP for Barton, Nick Varvaris.
And an example has even popped up from the bloody prime minister, who has gone to the expense of sending heartfelt words to constituents ...
... without realising who owns the joint.
Don't worry it's not just the Liberal party database being sexist either. All the parties are having some problems.
Like in Adelaide, Labor is just marrying brothers and sisters now.
Former NSW Liberal premier Barry O'Farrell says it "happens all the time".
BuzzFeed News has spoken to several campaigners who say parties send the letters using data collected from internal political databases and the Australian Electoral Commission.
Still kind of makes you wonder, in the age of ~innovation~, how Australian political parties can't seem to figure this stuff out. Because assuming that all women in a household have the same surname as the men is a little bit fucked up.
Mark Di Stefano is a media and politics reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in London.
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