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That crackers consent ad? Blame the left for sanitising sex

22 April 2021

1:36 PM

22 April 2021

1:36 PM

Once upon a time, many moons ago, sex was sex and a milkshake was a milkshake. Now we’ve moved into this bizarre new world where we speak in metaphors.   

Unable to hold a candid conversation about sex with our youth, we confuse them with laughable consent campaigns that cost millions of dollars. 

The federal government’s “Respect Matters” educational videos about sexual consent were as confusing as they were bizarre — which is probably why they’ve now been removed. 

One of the videos starts with a male voiceover: “To cross into the action zone both people must agree”.  

The audience sees a teen girl asking a teen...

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