The Australian Christian Lobby has today raised concerns with the latest ads on bus shelters in Queensland promoting MA 15+ horror films and the impact these ads have on children.
Reports that Queensland Labor will now look at decriminalising prostitution is another attack on women, says the Australian Christian Lobby.
The ACT Legislative Assembly yesterday passed legislation allowing women to access abortion drugs like RU486 from a General Practitioner.
The largest petition in well over a decade was tabled today in the Queensland parliament.
With 39,261 signatures, it shows that an inordinately large number of Queenslanders are extremely concerned about Jackie Trad’s radical abortion bill.
Jackie Trad’s radical abortion bill is likely to be in breach of the constitution, according to Professor of Constitutional Law at the University of Queensland, Nicholas Aroney.
Over 6,200 groups and individuals submitted their views regarding Jackie Trad’s radical abortion crusade to the Health Committee’s inquiry into the bill.
The Advertising Standards Bureau has received new complaints about a now infamous store which consistently objectifies and degrades women in its advertising.
New data shows that progressive abortion laws risk becoming eugenic in nature the Australian Christian Lobby said today.
Comments by the Sex Industry Network reported in ABC news that prostitution “is just sex …it does not bother anyone” are contrary to the evidence says the Australian Christian Lobby.
As reported in the UK Telegraph yesterday decriminalising prostitution leads to an increase in demand which leads to increased trafficking, violence and coercion.
Another complaint has been upheld by Ad Standards against a store which objectifies and degrades women in their advertising. Honey Birdette consistently ignores the complaints and our children continue to suffer the consequences.
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