This is a true and honest story about Georgia Prideaux, who managed to get WA’s first ever lifetime restraining order against her abusive partner. It’s a harrowing story of survival against the violence of her attacks - which were spread over years, the worst of which happened after Georgia had left him.
Georgia is a long-time victims campaigner, who advocates strongly for the rights of others. She is a former member of the Prisoner Review Board and has experienced first-hand the horror of being in a violent relationship.
The monologue depicts Georgia’s courage to fight for personal rights and speak up against societal constraints or injustices and in Barbara’s words she “stood up and advocated for the voices that are less heard. It is an important story about resilience and people working together to support change and to support people who were vulnerable.”