This is why she has no qualms about revealing exactly who she is. The Australian Sex Party will come to an end this week, with founder Fiona Patten set to deregister the party and unveil a new political party to. The Reason Party is an Australian political party founded in
Voluntary euthanasia and assisted suicide for patients with a terminal illness and suffering severe pain to be decriminalised. The Reason Party stands for forward-thinking, evidence-based and inclusive change for Australia. We represent reasonable people who want real change for . The Australian Sex Party will come to an end this week, with founder Fiona Patten set to deregister the party and unveil a new political party to reach more voters.
InFiona Patten created a political party with the hope of among other things making abortion more open and accessible, promoting marriage equality, investigating child sexual abuse in the Church, and ending a ban on adult video games. Fiona Patten is hoping the Sex party's name change to Reason will boost its Already the Australian Cyclists party has endorsed Reason. The Australian Sex Party ASXP might be the country's most offbeat minor party, but after releasing a political music video titled ' VaticanCan', now they're our most musical, too.
I am standing for the Senate in the upcoming Federal election; not for one of the major parties, but for the Australian Sex Party. Does the name offend you, or make you snigger? Yet they like them when they do. Many of us are weary of the spin and evasion of the majors.
W hen she was handing out how-to-vote cards at the July federal election, Fiona Patten realised it was time to change. The Australian Sex Party (ASXP) might be the country's most offbeat minor party, but after releasing a political music video titled '#VaticanCan'.
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The Australian Sex Party, in an effort to gain broader appeal, has been rebranded as the Reason Party.
Fiona Patten,right, founder of the Australian Sex Party, campaigning in SYDNEY, Australia — Fiona Patten believes the majority of today's.