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.