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Vic Supreme Court decision reinforces need for legislative change

Member for Northern Metropolitan and Leader of the Australian Sex Party, Fiona Patten MLC, has expressed disappointment at the Victorian Supreme Court decision today in the matter of the East Melbourne Fertility Control Clinic and Melbourne City Council.

“Whilst I note that the judge in this case expressed a concern that the council has made a mistake by asking the clinic to deal with their complaint privately through the police, at least the court declared that the protestors from HOGPI (Helpers of God’s Precious Infants) were potentially causing a nuisance,” Ms Patten said.

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Allow Indigenous Traditions at all Games

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Upper House Member for Northern Metropolitan and Leader of the Australian Sex Party, Fiona Patten, has called on the AFL to examine the possibility of incorporating indigenous openings at all AFL games, something similar to a ‘Haka’ as a way of celebrating our indigenous heritage and reducing racist and bullying behaviour.

“We formally acknowledge the traditional owners of a place and hold welcome to country ceremonies at a wide range of social functions, even the opening of parliaments, so why not extend this developing tradition to sport,” Ms Patten said. “The whole issue gathered around Adam Goodes has only come about following his ‘war dance’ – which was actually more like a finely tuned and beautifully executed modern dance routine than anything else”, she said. “I think that if AFL teams were allowed to develop these short routines celebrating indigenous culture before a game then spectators would become more tolerant.”

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