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“Welcome to the new (government-funded) LGBTIQ world. This is what little eyes are seeing at a Toronto subway station on the country’s busiest train line. Of course, no one is critical of advertising important health messages – but do mums and dads really need to be explaining images of men having threesomes or wearing bondage gear to their kids?”
这些海报来自一个由政府资助的网站The Sex You Want (你想要的性)，专门为男男性行为提供健康资讯、特别是有关艾滋病防治的讯息。
Recently, the Coalition for Marriage put up a set of photographs taken from a Toronto subway station from Canada on its Facebook page. It shows a set of government official posters advertising a government-funded website called “The Sex You Want”, which provides health information for gay sex, especially regarding prevention of Aids.
Caption on poster: Take pride in the sex you want!
The other pictures on the website being promoted cannot be posted here without being pixelated (the above photos are milder than most of them). However, this website is being promoted in this very public place. What kind of society are our children facing in the future?
These are promoted using taxpayers money. As a taxpayer, would you agree to have your money being spent in this way?
“我观察到许多同婚合法化的国家在许多方面发生了变化。 我看到的最新例子是加拿大多伦多火车站的海报。 这些海报放在公共场合是多么不合适！我想，这对我们那些智商尚未成熟的年轻人会有什么样的影响？ 如果澳大利亚同婚合法化，也会像这些国家一样出现这些变化吗？”
Following are comments regarding these posters from one of our ACF supporters:
“I observed many countries that have legalised SSM have changed in many ways. The latest example I saw is these posters in train stations in Toronto, Canada. These are very inappropriate in public areas and what came to my mind is what kind of impact this will have on our young and not so mature minds. Will Australia also change like these countries have once or if SSM is legalised here?”
There are still five days remaining before the marriage survey ends on the 7th November. Take action now and speak up with your vote!
You can drop off your form at any of these ABS offices before 4:30pm on 7th November:
ABS Sydney Office Level 8, 44 Market Street SYDNEY NSW 2000 -- General Hours Mon-Fri (excl: Public Holidays): 8:30am-4:30pm
ABS Darwin Office (Jacana House), 39-41 Woods Street DARWIN NT 0800 -- General Hours Mon-Fri (excl: Public Holidays): 8:30am-4:30pm
ABS Brisbane Office 295 Ann Street BRISBANE CITY QLD 4000 -- General Hours Mon-Fri (excl: Public Holidays): 8:30am-4:30pm
ABS Adelaide Office Level 9, ANZ House 11 Waymouth Street ADELAIDE SA 5000 -- General Hours Mon-Fri (excl: Public Holidays): 8:30am-4:30pm
ABS Hobart Office 200 Collins Street HOBART TAS 7000 -- General Hours Mon-Fri (excl: Public Holidays): 8:30am-4:30pm
ABS Perth Office Level 1, The Durack Centre 263 Adelaide Terrace PERTH WA 6000 -- General Hours Mon-Fri (excl: Public Holidays): 8:30am-4:30pm
The following Victorian offices will be closed on 7 November because of a public holiday – so please ensure your forms are dropped off by Monday, 6 November:
ABS Melbourne Office Level 3, 818 Bourke Street DOCKLANDS VIC 3008 -- General Hours Mon-Fri (excl: Public Holidays): 8:30am-4:30pm
ABS Geelong Office Level 2, 12 Gheringhap Street GEELONG VIC 3220 -- General Hours Mon-Fri (excl: Public Holidays): 8:30am-4:30pm