Benjamin battles with his feelings towards Klaus after a drama exercise with his handsome nemesis leaves him tense in all the wrong places. Meanwhile, Jenny battles with her own feelings after Pete calls her out of the blue to ask her out to dinner.
Aunty Maisy and Daisy crash Jenny's kitchen with a problem: Aunty Maisy's son has come out as gay and it's the end of her world. After Benjamin overhears part of their exchange, he convinces himself Jenny is homophobic. Resentful, he throws himself into the task of winning the upcoming talent quest while blocking Jenny out, deciding now is not the time to come out and that it might never be.
March 8 is International Women's Day, when we're encouraged to learn more about the inequality faced by women and girls everywhere. But it's also a time to celebrate some of the amazing contributions women have made. To get you started, we'll run through some of the major milestones in the fight for women's rights and find out about a new ABC kids podcast, Fierce Girls, that highlights the inspiring stories behind some of Australia's most inspiring women.
Meet a young girl helping others to learn the indigenous Kaurna language so that it may be preserved for future generations. .
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