The Australian Christian Lobby today urges all Senators to vote in favour of the Government’s amendments to the Sex Discrimination Amendment (Removing Discrimination Against Students) Bill 2018.
The Australian Christian Lobby today supported Labor MP Katrine Hildyard’s bill to ban offensive and obscene slogans on South Australian registered vehicles.
I’m 6’7” with size 15 feet and my hands are hairy. If I lived in Tasmania (I don’t), and I was contemplating a gender experiment (I’m not), new laws would mean I could simply sign a statutory declaration to change my birth certificate and become a woman in a moment of time.
The Australian Christian Lobby today recognised International Children’s Day, saying it is a reminder that the greatest injustices perpetrated in our society against children stem from selfish adult desires and unjust notions of equality.
The Australian Christian Lobby has today called on the SA Transport Minister Stephan Knoll to support Labor MP Katrine Hildyard's proposed legislation to ban offensive slogans on South Australian vehicles.
The Australian Christian Lobby has launched the Save our Schools national campaign.
Another attack on religious freedom for schools came earlier this week with the formation of a Senate inquiry into discrimination exemptions for faith-based educational institutions.
The Australian Christian Lobby today commended Labor MP Katrine Hildyard's proposed legislation to ban South Australian vehicles decorated with offensive and obscene slogans.
Obscene slogans on Wicked Campervans seen in Cairns with South Australian number plates shows SA needs to ban offensive images and slogans on vehicles says the Australian Christian Lobby.
The Australian release of the film Boy Erased today has prompted the Australian Christian Lobby to publicly comment on conversion therapy.
The Australian Christian Lobby urges state and federal governments to stop sexualising schools.
It's reported that in Australia 38% of kids aged between 13 – 15 have sent a sexual picture or video, and 62% have received one. Additionally, 50% of kids between 16 – 18 have sent a ‘sext’ and over 70% of them have received one.
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