In 1990 the Queensland government held hearings about decriminalising homosexuality. This is AFF's submission, covering the substantial health issues, personality characterishtics, and other related issues such as a chronic level of domestic violence. Legalising the homosexual culture would in turn lead to normalising what comes with it.
Our submission to the (federal) Crime Prevention Committee, 23rd May 1994. It deals with the relationship between the availability of pornography and the rate of rape and sexual assault. Facts presented are fully referenced.
Since only opposite-sex couples are capable of fulfilling this important public purpose through their natural union, it is rational to limit the public institution of marriage to such couples.
This is our submission to the Office of Film and Literature Classification (OFLC) in regards to their Guidelines for the Classification of Films and Videotapes.
Presented to the Parliament of South Australia Social Development Committee Canberra Hearing 12 May 1995. Prepared by Maureen Tully of the Australian Federation for the Family ACT, detailing how prostitution is yet another part of the sex-for-profit industry, and the resulting ramifications on the community.
An extensive submission covering the risk to children, the portrayal of school girls, the relationship between homosexuality, paedophilia and its own academic movement, as well as the portrayal of children, crime and violence in mainstream pornography.
A Submission from the Australian Federation for the Family Against the Legalisation of Houses of Prostitution in Tasmania.