The Presbyterian Church of Australia stands poised to defy Daniel Andrews controversial ‘Change or Suppression Practices Bill’, passed last week.
As has previously been reported, there are a plethora of problems with the bill—which has significant legal repercussions for people also outside of the state—and has been condemned by medical groups, as well as religious.
Former deputy prime minister John Anderson has condemned the Victorian legislation as “the biggest threat to our democratic freedoms in Australia’s entire legislative history” for “seeking to outlaw parental, therapeutic or religious discussions on issues of sexuality and gender is the biggest threat to our democratic freedoms in Australia’s entire legislative...
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