Month: March 2016

‘Lock-Out’ Of All Wicked Campers Welcomed

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Media Release 22 March 2016 Family First NZ is welcoming the actions of Kaiteriteri Beach Motor Camp which is banning all Wicked Campers – even those without offensive messaging – in an attempt to get Wicked Campers to clean up…

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World Down Syndrome Day: ‘How Do You See Me?’ video highlights prejudice surrounding condition

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Let’s change the way we look at people with Down syndrome. AnnaRose is a nineteen year old from NJ. She’s a full time college student who works part-time at a physical therapy center and enjoys basketball and swimming through the…

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Council receives complaint over ‘offensive’ campervan slogan in Timaru

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Stuff co.nz 21 March 2016 Outrage over “highly offensive” slogans printed on the back of Wicked Campers campervans has reached Timaru. The slogans have courted controversy in recent years over their perceived references to sexual violence and drug use. The…

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View of Euthanasia – by a MS Survivor

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Disability Rights Advocate Mark Davis Pickup (Beaumont, Alberta) talks about his clouded judgement at the time of his being diagnosed with MS. Mark’s story will be featured in Vulnerable: The Euthanasia Deception.

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“Concentrate on trying to fix their minds and not their genitalia”

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The Dominion Post and NewsHub lead with interesting research on the world’s largest-ever study into which genes cause anorexia nervosa. The quotes are significant: “The illness has the highest death rate of any psychiatric disorder,.. “These alarming statistics warrant further…

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Wealth is no protection against domestic violence

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Stuff co.nz 20 March 2016 Family First Comment: “Links are often made between violence and poverty in the media, yet the effects of domestic violence are felt across all sectors of society in South Canterbury. Rangi-Smith said abuse did not…

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Lobby group claims support for muzzling Wicked Campers

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TVNZ One News 20th March 2016 Support is growing to pressure Wicked Campers to remove what many consider to be offensive advertisements and messages on their vehicles. Family First NZ launched a campaign last month encouraging families to take a…

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Wicked Campers: Public Support For G-Rated Billboards

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Media Release 21 March 2016 Family First NZ says that there is plenty of public support for the politicians to take direct action against companies such as Wicked Campers and other companies who assault families with their offensive and sexualised…

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