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"The choice before MPs is actually very simple. On the one hand, MPs can retain laws that reflect nineteenth century views about women and sex. Alternatively, they can bring Queensland's laws in line with contemporary values and widely accepted clinical practice."

Queensland MPs stand at a crossroads when it comes to the state's abortion laws, but one thing is abundantly clear: the status quo is unacceptable.
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Looks like a great turnout expected for Wednesday, the more the merrier!

MAR1
Wed 7:00 PM UTC+11The Spotted MallardMelbourne, VIC, Australia
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Thank you Alex Wodak for your continuing efforts advocating for sensible, evidence informed drug law reform.

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Australian Drug Law Reform Foundation president Alex Wodak says those arrested for cannabis possession are hurt more by the arrest than the drug itself. #politicsHQ

A judge has struck down a ban in Fort Collins, Colorado prohibiting women from displaying their breasts in public.

His reasoning is worth sharing!
http://www.slate.com/…/federal_judge_blocks_fort_collins_to…
#FreeTheNipple

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The government and police are doing no favours to public safety by refusing to inform people what to be on the look out for when it comes to "bad batches."

Harm reduction saves money and saves lives.

A new batch of highly toxic party drugs found in Canberra may have made their way to Melbourne this weekend, health authorities warn.
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We're proud to support the decriminalisation of abortion in Queensland. We urge people young and old to attend Women's Abortion Rights Campaign Brisbane rally this Wednesday, March 1st.

https://www.facebook.com/events/111262516064216/?ti=cl

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The Queensland team was out and about at the Sunshine Coast Pride Network fair day.

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A judge in Colorado has struck down an ordinance in the city of Fort Collins prohibiting women from displaying their breasts in public.

"I find that the ordinance discriminates against women based on the generalized notion that, regardless of a woman’s intent, the exposure of her breasts in public (or even in her private home if viewable by the public) is necessarily a sexualized act. Thus, it perpetuates a stereotype engrained in our society that female breasts are primarily objects of sexual desire whereas male breasts are not."
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U.S. District Judge R. Brooke Jackson blocked a topless ban in Fort Collins, Colorado on Wednesday, holding that, by permitting men but not women to di ...
slate.com

SYDNEY Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras has launched a delightful new short video, The Big Deal, to promote marriage equality and remind Australians that being gay shouldn’t be a big deal.
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SYDNEY Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras has launched a tongue-in-cheek new short video, The Big Deal, to promote marriage equality and remind Australians that being gay shouldn't be a big deal. The
starobserver.com.au|By Jess Jones

Travel website TripAdvisor describes Alexandria Bay, which lies within the Noosa Heads National Park, as "by far Queensland's most popular nudist beach", but new Police Minister Mark Ryan says police who arrested nude bathers at a Noosa beach were "doing their job".

Queensland's new Police Minister Mark Ryan says police who arrested nude bathers at a Noosa beach were "doing their job".
brisbanetimes.com.au

Submissions to the Victorian Drugs Inquiry initiated by Fiona Patten MP are due by March 17 2017. Enpsychedelia has produced a guide to the issues to help inform your submission.

SUBMISSIONS DUE FRIDAY 17th MARCH 2017 We've been talking about this inquiry since November 2015, when the Australian Sex Party's Fiona Patten MP pushed for a broad ranging inquiry into the state's drug laws. The inquiry will be heard by the Law Reform, Road and Community Safety Committee. The...
enpsychedelia.org

"... the conclusion that vaping is a ‘one-way bridge to smoking’ is based on what four teenagers in Michigan said in a survey."

Ever since e-cigarettes became mainstream consumer products circa 2012, there has been a steady flow of anti-vaping scare stories. In the last 12 months, it has become a flood. The stories nearly…
health.spectator.co.uk

"Malcolm Turnbull - who paints himself as an ally, and last year became the first sitting Prime Minister to attend Sydney’s Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras – has not only remained silent on some of the most heinous verbal attacks on the LGBTI community in recent memory, he has willfully ignored their links to his own government."

"If all that is necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing, then our Prime Minister needs to take a long, hard look at himself and ask whether throwing LGBTI people under the bus is really how he wants to cling to power," writes Jill Stark.
sbs.com.au

With medicinal cannabis being introduced in Australia, we need to rethink drug driving testing policies.

People using prescribed medicinal cannabis will still lose their licence if they test positive when driving.
buzzfeed.com|By Brad Esposito

Modern day slavery in Australia.

There was one job that Susan* was exempt from in her long days of cleaning, washing and child care, and that was taking the bins out for rubbish collections.
smh.com.au
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