Sex Party Announces Mental Health Policy: Hypocrisy, Guilt and Discrimination

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The Australian Sex Party’s mental health policy for Victoria clears away stereotypical images of those with mental health issues and seeks to replace them with non-judgemental profiling.

Sex Party President, Fiona Patten, said one of the main problems in dealing with mental health was that people were too quick to judge a mental disturbance in others while failing to acknowledge their own mental issues.

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Is it Rational to Vote ‘Sex’?

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Written by The Rationalist Society of Australia

In asking this question I am prompted to ask a supplementary question - is it rational to call a civil libertarian political party, the Sex Party?

Many rational people will probably say ‘no’ and consider the word ‘sex’ to be confronting by nature. That could put some voters, who are basically supportive of the party’s platform, off the party itself. However a rational person could also accept that more people know about the party and its platform simply because of its name and have subsequently voted for it amidst the clamour of smaller parties starting to contest elections.

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