Month: April 2017

Feminists, conservatives join forces to call for an inquiry into porn


NewsTalk ZB 12 April 2017 Outspoken left-wing feminist parliamentarians and the conservative right have joined forces to call for an inquiry into porn. Family First spokesman Bob McCroskie has presented a petition to Parliament on the issue supported by an…


Bob McCoskrie: Pornography demands a social response

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NZ Herald 12 April 2017 • Bob McCoskrie is national director of Family First NZ which is presenting a 20,000-signature petition against pornography to Parliament today. We need to look into pornography. That’s correct, you read it right. We need…


Porn harm spurs 22,000 to sign petition for public inquiry

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TVNZ One News 12 April 2017 Tens of thousands of people have signed a petition being presented to Parliament today calling for a public inquiry into pornography. The conservative lobby group Family First is asking for an expert panel to…


Large meth and cannabis haul

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NZ Herald 11 April 2017 Family First Comment: When they talk about decriminalising marijuana, the flow-on effect is a green light to harder drugs. They go hand-in-hand. Remember that when groups like the Drug Foundation and the Greens say criminalisation…


Transabled: A neurological issue or a mental disorder?


NZ Herald 11 April 2017 Family First Comment: Well, we all know the answer to that. But one day very soon, we will be called “Ablephobic” for thinking that. 🙂 “…there’s a growing number of people who are choosing to be…


Pornography & Public Health: Research Summary

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INTRODUCTION Source: National Center on Sexual Exploitation Pornography is a social toxin that destroys relationships, steals innocence, erodes compassion, breeds violence, and kills love. The issue of pornography is ground zero for all those concerned for the sexual health…


‘Weak & Dangerous’ Sentence For Child Abuse


Media Release 11 April 2017 Family First NZ will be writing to the Solicitor General to ask them to appeal the weak and dangerous sentence handed to Tamehana Huata for the manslaughter of two-year-old Matiu Wereta. “Most New Zealanders will…