I’m not sure how often my kids listen to me. It’s a shame, because in between really profound messages such as, ‘Eat your broccoli’, and ‘Make your bed,’ I come up with the occasional gem. So when the internet broke this week, in response to the Folau saga, it was a game-changer in our household. Instead of grumbling about homework or phones at the table, we had long dinner-time conversations about the issues it raised. About inclusion and diversity: that it’s okay to be unique. That our values should be reflective of how people behave, not who they are. That it’s important to think for ourselves and have an independent voice.