The Australian Christian Lobby today commended the Labor MPs and Liberal MPs who spoke in Parliament on Wednesday 30 October against the current Bill to decriminalise prostitution in SA.
Today I have been in Darwin presenting to a parliamentary hearing into their proposed Sex Industry Bill.
I listened while panel members discussed how advertising would be handled under the proposed Bill. They spoke of the need for clients to know what the product is they are getting. The product is people.
The Australian Christian Lobby has warned that the Queensland government has this week opened the way for more harm to women through prostitution.
Plans to bring prostitution only a click-away in South Australia using Uber-type technology, should those advocating to decriminalise prostitution get their way, will horrify mothers and wives, warns the Australian Christian Lobby.
Adelaide, SA, “the city of churches”, but right now the city and state are being besieged by ungodly legislation – the prostitution decriminalisation bill, a surrogacy bill and we are awaiting the South Australian Law Reform Institute's report into abortion law reform. The Liberal party Attorney-General seems determined to enact as much destructive legislation as she can, and is front and centre in promoting all of these.
Some of you may have seen the article in today’s Advertiser which says that the SA Labor Leader of the Opposition has come out against the Attorney General’s prostitution decriminalisation Bill.
Greens MLC Tammy Franks should be upfront about the impact of South Australia’s proposed new prostitution laws, according to the Australian Christian Lobby.
As many know, ACL is fighting the anti-women prostitution decriminalisation bill sponsored by Attorney General Vickie Chapman. We are in reach of significant policy reform for prostituted women in South Australia. I am writing to thank you, and encourage you to keep going!
On the eve of the Attorney General Vicki Chapman’s second reading speech of the Bill which will decriminalise and protect pimping and brothel keeping in South Australia, a group of mainly young South Australian women expressed their opposition to the Bill by protesting outside the Attorney General’s electoral office on Greenhill Road.
The Australian Christian Lobby has expressed serious concern over the Legislative Council’s 15-4 vote last night to send the Greens’ Prostitution Decriminalisation Bill (which decriminalises pimping) to the Committee stage.
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