Fix the NSW
"Conversion Practices" bill

The Conversion Practices Ban Bill, which was introduced last Wednesday, is an unnecessary piece of legislation. However, the Government committed to it prior to the election and also committed to protections for religious freedom and parent’s rights and to negotiating with faith communities. 

Some protections have been provided, however, at several points the Bill remains unclear, leaving ordinary Australians unsure what they can and cannot say or do.

This legislation is likely to be debated this week, and may be passed by the end of Thursday.

Our requests would make it clear that: 

  • Parents can set rules and standards for their family, not just “discuss” sexuality.
  • Faith leaders can directly teach individuals their faith’s teaching on sexuality and encourage them to follow those teachings.
  • People can respond to genuine requests for support and advice without fear of being prosecuted.

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Write to your MP NOW to ask them to fix this bill.

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Authorised by Mike Southon, Freedom for Faith, 168 Chalmers St, Surry Hills NSW