A 7-month-old child in the womb is a living human being and deserves our protection.Read more
“Women’s and girls’ sport should be exclusively for biological females,” Australian Christian Lobby state director Christopher Brohier said today, as the ACL supports Liberal Senator Claire Chandler’s call for Sport Australia to scrap guidelines which allow anyone identifying as a woman to play women’s sport.Read more
Australian states have a ready-made solution on prostitution policy as the world’s best practice continues to roll out, with Israel joining the reform ranks in a fortnight’s time.Read more
The decriminalisation of prostitution supports pimps and oppressive men and harms women. Despite the House of Assembly rejecting the decriminalisation of prostitution only 7 months ago, Greens MLC Tammy Franks has reintroduced a nearly identical version of her previous prostitution decriminalisation bill that was convincingly defeated in the Lower House.Read more
The Australian Christian Lobby welcomes this week’s Queensland LNP announcement that, if elected, they will review the state's recently changed abortion laws. A LNP spokesperson flagged that provisions on abortion coercion, gestational limits and counselling requirements were the main targets for a review.Read more
Brisbane couple Sophie and Julian Parkinson have found the COVID-19 restrictions difficult for different reasons than most Australians. Despite the practice being illegal, and the exorbitant cost, they entered into a surrogacy arrangement with a Ukraine woman to get what they most desired – a baby.
Unborn children feel pain in the womb, a position the Australian Christian Lobby has long advocated and is now highlighted by a significant British case. “Australian governments have a legal duty to update advice to expectant mothers,” ACL WA State Director Peter Abetz said today.Read more
As the Australian Christian Lobby stands by the national cabinet’s reasonable and necessary steps to contain COVID-19, the rushed passage of measures in the South Australian parliament demonstrates the perils of hasty law-making.Read more