Vanessa's speech starts at 45.30 mark!
Prolific freelance journalist and Maxim sex-columnist Vanessa de Largie has worked in the entertainment industry for over two decades.
She has performed on stages and film sets both locally and internationally. She has spoken at conferences, festivals, seminars and corporate events in Australia and overseas.
In April 2019, Vanessa was signed by Saxton as a keynote speaker. Their name is synonymous with Australia's most well-known identities.
On May 25, Vanessa was a guest speaker at the prestigious 2019 Liberty Friedman Conference in Sydney, alongside political candidates, business leaders, political commentators and influencers.
She spoke on a panel alongside indigenous artist, Bindi Cole Chocker, E News Presenter, Miriam Isa and Faithless Hijabi team member, Omayma about moving away from left-wing politics.
In June Vanessa facilitated two 45 minute sexuality seminars at the Mind, Body, Spirit Festival.
Please find Vanessa's primary keynote subjects below:
It's time to stop hating men!
Radical feminism is rife throughout the world. It's an ideology that thrives and profits on the degradation and dehumanisation of men.
Vanessa de Largie has been writing about misandry and gender politics for The Spectator and Daily Telegraph for many years.
During this talk she separates facts from fiction. And reiterates why its time to stop hating men. And the societal consequences we'll face if we don't nip it in the bud now.
The power of a strong mind and spirit
Vanessa de Largie has journeyed through a brutal rape, sexual abuse, the overdose of her brother. On top of all of that, she chose the publishing and entertainment industry to carve a career in - - the toughest, most competitive fields in the world. In this talk, Vanessa discusses her personal journey of overcoming tragedy. Emphasizing the power of having a strong mind and spirit.
Reclaiming the word 'whore'
Slutwalk reclaimed the word slut to give power back to women. Several years ago Vanessa de Largie reclaimed the word whore. In this fierce, liberated and witty talk. Vanessa discusses proprietary attitudes over the sexual female body and why women are the only ones that can change the narrative.
Contact Anne Jamieson at Saxton Speakers Bureau
Ph: 1300 799 823