The Queensland billboard issue was the major issue that the ACL featured in the media this week. Here’s is some of the media that the ACL’s Queensland Director Wendy Francis commented in:

·         Chat’s to 612 ABC Brisbane’s Spencer Howsen “Safe sex billboards reinstated, Christian Lobby's Wendy Francis responds”

·         Sunrise’s TV interview “Safe sex ad controversy”

·         Spoke to United Christian Broadcasters (UCB News)

·         News.com.au “Adshel reinstates gay HIV awareness billboard ad after Michael O'Brien's Facebook campaign”

·         News.com.au “HIV ads pulled from Brisbane bus shelters”

·         The Australian “Gay safe sex ads back as Bligh joins row over banning”

·         ABC’s The Drum “Rip & Roll for the Children”

·         ABC’s “Gay safe sex add reinstated”

·         ABC’s “Safe sex campaign reinstated”

·         The Morning Bulletin, Rockhampton

·         The Central Telegraph

·         The Sydney Morning Herald “Company defends decision to remove safe sex posters”

·         The ABC’s Spencer Howsen on ABC 612 Breakfast “Safe sex bus shelter ad pulled after complaints”

·         The Courier Mail “HIV campaigners outraged as safe sex ads pulled from Brisbane bus shelters”

·         The Courier Mail Gay-hate attack on Rip and Roll safe sex poster”

·         Brisbane Times “Company defends decision to remove safe sex posters”

·         ABC The World Today “Gay safe sex poster sparks complaints”

·         Triple J Hack “Am I offending you? Yeah?”

·         Sky News interviewed Wendy May 1, 2011 at 9.30am and reported it online

·         4BC Brisbane interviewed Wendy for newsgrabs

·         Nova interviewed Wendy for newsgrabs

·         News stories on ABC Queensland TV News and Channel 10,

·         96.5 fm Family Radio’s Interview