Eros, on 5 October 2022, made a submission to the Western Australian Government regarding the review of the Equal Opportunity Act 1984 (WA) recommending that the Government introduce a new protected attribute of “profession, trade or occupation”.
On 30 September 2022, Eros made a submission to onlinesafety.org.au in response to the draft of codes of practice for the online industry that are being developed as part of the requirements of Australian Online Safety legislation.
Eros, on 12 August 2022, made a submission to the Northern Territory Government in response to the Exposure Draft Anti-Discrimination Bill 2022, calling for more meaningful protection to sex workers and all adult industry workers.
Eros made a submission to the age verification call for evidence and restricted access system outlining Eros’ continued calls for classification reform and concerns regarding age verification methods.
Eros made a submission on the Draft Online Safety (Basic Online Safety Expectations Determination 2021 outlining concern that the Draft Determination could cause social media, electronic and internet service providers to prohibit adult content.
Eros made a submission on Age Verification and Restricted Access System, following on from the eSafety Commissioner’s call for evidence in developing an implementation roadmap for a proportionate and feasible age verification regime for online pornography.
Eros made a submission on the proposed Online Safety Act, noting unintended consequences of the censorship of consensual adult content.
Eros made a submission to the Inquiry Into the Use of Cannabis in Victoria calling for the legalisation of cannabis consumption and sale.
Eros made a submission to the recent national review of Australian classification regulations calling for the full legalisation of adult media throughout the country.
Eros made a submission to the proposed Online Safety Act, noting the need to alter broadcasting laws to better protect against image based abuse.
Eros made a submission the recent Federal inquiry into age verification for online wagering and online pornography, noting its concerns regarding the UK Model of age verification.
Eros made a follow up submission on the proposed rescheduling of Alkyl Nitrite products to Schedule 9 – reiterating concerns raised by the LGBT community in relation to the rescheduling.
Eros made a submission on the proposed rescheduling of Alkyl Nitrite products to Schedule 9 – essentially criminalising possession and use of the products in Australia.
Eros made a submission in support of the Freedom of Speech Legislation Amendment (Censorship) Bill 2018 (Cth), intending to reform classification laws to allow adults-only media in Australia.
As part of our ongoing campaign to support the rights for ‘adults to be adults’ Eros provided a submission in support of the The Criminal Code and Other Legislation Amendment (Removing Commonwealth Restrictions on Cannabis) Bill 2018, which sought to legalise recreational cannabis.
Eros made a submission to the Commonwealth Inquiry into the Effect of Red Tape on Occupational Licensing, noting the impact of licensing schemes on brothel operators and sellers and exhibitors of X18+ media.
Eros made a comprehensive submission as part of Victoria’s broad Inquiry into Drug Law Reform in support of evidence-based drug policy which allows adults to consume products that have been found to be safe.
Eros supports the civil liberties of adult Australians to consume adult-oriented products which do not harm others. As such, we made a comprehensive set of submissions to the Inquiry Personal Choice and Community Impacts In 2015 in support of the formal legalisation of vaping products, recreational cannabis and adult media.