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 Senator Harridine a Worthy but Deluded Opponent: Eros

The Eros Association today paid tribute to the man they locked horns with more times than they cared to remember. Eros CEO Fiona Patten said that he was a formidable political opponent, driven by his religious convictions and a cultural mindset stuck in the 1950s. “From the late 1980s onward, he used his balance of power in the Senate to try and roll back the supernova of eroticism that was  exploding all around him”, she said. “He knew how to work a government like nobody else and was always one step ahead of them in his efforts to ban pornography.  But he did not understand that the technological revolution of the 1990s was the beginning of a new way of life and that pornography was an integral part of that life. He thought if you can control the brown paper bags, you could control what was in them.”

New Zealand Drug Regulation Leaves Australia For Dead

New Zealand's new drug laws are already showing a marked reduction in harm across the country according to one NZ MP. Labour's Associate Health Spokesperson, Iain Lees-Galloway, told Channel 10's The Project on Wednesday night, that, "The reports from the emergency departments are that fewer young people are experiencing harmful effects and that's because our legislation has allowed us to get the harmful stuff off the shelves"New Zealand's Psychoactive Substances Act passed with an overwhelming majority last year (119 of 120 MPs supporting it) and there are now 170 places in NZ where adults can buy 41 tested strains of "legal high", mimicking the effects of marijuana, cocaine and ecstasy.

Heroic Uruguay deserves a Nobel peace prize for legalising cannabis

'Uruguay will legalise not only cannabis consumption but, crucially, its production and sale.' Illustration by Satoshi Kambayashi
Article by Simon Jenkins | The Guardian 
'Uruguay will legalise not only cannabis consumption but, crucially, its production and sale.' Illustration by Satoshi Kambayashi

The war on the war on drugs is the only war that matters. Uruguay's stance puts the UN and the US to shame
I used to think the United Nations was a harmless talking shop, with tax-free jobs for otherwise unemployed bureaucrats. I now realise it is a force for evil. Its response to a truly significant attempt to combat a global menace – Uruguay's new drug regime – has been to declare that it "violates international law". 

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Knox Council investigating Honey Birdette shop selling sex toys at Westfield Knox

The Honey Birdette store in Westfield Parramatta. Picture: Phil Rogers Source: News Limited

Article by Melanie Gardiner | Knox Leader 

A LINGERIE store selling sex toys at Westfield Knox is being investigated by Knox Council for allegedly breaching its planning scheme.

Brisbane-based retailer Honey Birdette, described by co-founder Eloise Monaghan as "all about sex", opened between pyjama retailer Peter Alexander and young women's clothing store Glassons last month.

The retailer also has stores at Melbourne Central, Highpoint Shopping Centre, Westfield Doncaster and Westfield Southland.

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