Australian feminists

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Top 10: Australian feminists

The top 10 members of this list - ranked by most page views:
  1. Cate Blanchett
  2. Helen Reddy
  3. Germaine Greer
  4. Miles Franklin
  5. Sheila Jeffreys
  6. Emma Miller
  7. Adele Ann Wilby
  8. Elissa Sursara
  9. Eva Cox
  10. Bella Guerin

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Below you will find our complete list of Australian feminists - there are currently 76 records in this list.
# Celebrity AgeDescription Views Rank
1. Cate Blanchett45Actress 74,407 2,659
2. Helen Reddy72Australian actor 42,913 4,439
3. Germaine Greer75academic writer 1,901 36,482
4. Miles Franklin74*Australian, Writer 31 161,450
5. Sheila JeffreysAustralian feminist 23 186,934
6. Emma Miller77*union organizer, suffragist, founder of Australian Labour Party 18 208,693
7. Adele Ann Wilby64Sri Lankan rebel 14 276,832
8. Elissa SursaraBrazilian actor 13 -
9. Eva CoxAustralian, Writer 9 -
10. Bella GuerinAustralian, Activist 9 -
11. Rosi BraidottiAustralian feminist 7 -
12. Bessie RischbiethAustralian feminist and social activist 7 -
13. Lynne SegalBritish socialist 7 -
14. Anna CouaniContemporary Australian poet and educator 6 -
15. Muriel MattersAustralian, Actor 4 -
16. Mary Eliza FullertonAustralian author & feminist, moved to England late in life 4 -
17. Jean CurthoysAustralian, Philosopher 4 -
18. Millicent Preston-StanleyAustralian politician and feminist 3 -
19. Beatrice FaustAustralian author and women's activist 3 -
20. Mena CalthorpeAustralian, Writer 3 -
21. Maybanke AndersonSydney reformer 3 -
22. Dale SpenderContemporary Australian feminist scholar and teacher 3 -
23. Eva Bacon 3 -
24. Bertha McNamaraAustralian, Writer 2 -
25. Melanie RodrigaFilm director 2 -
26. Freda Brown 2 -
27. Lilla WatsonAustralian artist-academic 2 -
28. Janelle SaffinAustralian politician 2 -
29. Elizabeth Anne Reid 2 -
30. Margaret WertheimAustralian writer 2 -
31. Faith Bandleractivist; author 1 -
32. Bridget Gilling 1 -
33. Caroline DexterAustralian, Journalist 1 -
34. Louisa LawsonAustralian writer,pioneer and feminist activist 1 -
35. Joyce NicholsonAustralian, Business 1 -
36. Diane BellAustralian writer and athropologist 1 -
37. Nellie Martel 1 -
38. Adela PankhurstBritish-Australian suffragette and political activist 1 -
39. Robina CourtinAustralian, Editor 1 -
40. Jean Beadle 1 -
41. Dorothy HewettTwentieth century Australian feminist poet, novelist, librettist, and playwright 1 -
42. Genevieve LloydContemporary Australian feminist philosopher - -
43. Edna Ryan (activist) - -
44. Drusilla ModjeskaContemporary Australian writer and editor - -
45. Ruth Fairfax - -
46. Judy Mundey - -
47. Suzanne Baker - -
48. Rose ScottAustralian suffragist - -
49. Melinda Tankard ReistMTR - -
50. Eleanor Glencross - -
51. Alice ManfieldMountain guide, naturalist, photographer, chalet owner, feminist figure - -
52. Marie TulipAustralian, Writer - -
53. Margaret WindeyerAustralian suffragete - -
54. Ina Higgins - -
55. Peter Mcgregor - -
56. Constance StoneAustralian physician and feminist activist - -
57. Claire Colebrook - -
58. Chaley ScottAustralian activist - -
59. Henrietta Greville - -
60. Carole Ferrier - -
61. Jeanne YoungAustralian political reformer - -
62. Jean Daley - -
63. Ada Bromham - -
64. Selina AndersonAustralian trade unionist, first woman to stand for the Australian House of Representatives - -
65. Anne Conlon - -
66. Rose SummerfieldAustralian feminist and labour activist. - -
67. Jessie StreetAustralian activist - -
68. Agnes Goode - -
69. Wendy EySouth Australian athlete, administrator, academic, author and feminist - -
70. Patricia GilesAustralian politician - -
71. Eva Seery - -
72. Jane CaroNon-fiction writer - -
73. Eileen Powell - -
74. Margaret McLeanScottish, Activist - -
75. Alice HenryAustralian suffragist, journalist and trade unionist - -
76. Rose JacksonAustralian, Activist - -
* deceased (age at death)