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similar roles to men but of course they had children and gathered for the family. I think it is easier for women to enjoy some of these traditional roles within a con- temporary context whereas men have been disenfranchized to a dif- ferent degree. In my family women have always been strong, tradition and family strong. This strength is the bonding element that has kept families together. TPA: Some people say that Indig- enous cultures of Australia have survived and are sustaining due to Indigenous women’s extreme abili- ties to adapt to tragic/harsh condi