‘Penis-In-Vagina Sex Is Not The Ultimate Sex’

A controversial ‘No’ campaign commercial that references sex and male and female reproductive organs has been banned from playing on Australian television until later at night.

The free-to-air commercial funded by the Coalition for Marriage references quotes from Minus18, Australia’s largest youth-led organisation for the rights of LGBTQ people.

‘Penis-in-vagina sex is not the only sex, and certainly is not the ultimate sex,’ the advertisement references the government-supported group.

The latest polls show the ‘Yes’ vote has a strong majority of nearly 60 per cent of the vote with more than two-third of ballots being turned in.

The free-to-air commercial funded by the Coalition for Marriage references quotes from Minus18, Australia's largest youth-led organisation for the rights of LGBTQ people

The latest polls show the 'Yes' vote has a strong majority of nearly 60 per cent of the vote with more than two-third of ballots being turned in

The commercial, which is set to air on Australian TV on Monday night, was given an MA rating due to its ‘depictions of implied sexual activity and verbal sexual references’ and as such cannot appear any earlier than 8.30pm.

The 30-second ad beings showing footage of Roz Ward, the founder of Safe Schools, addressing a pro-same-sex marriage rally.

‘It’s a total contradiction to say; yeah we want safe schools coalition, but you can’t get married to the person you love,’ Ms Ward says.

Victorian pastor Heidi McIvor, who has been featured in other Coalition for Marriage commercials, then speaks over the top of a Minus18 quote.

The advertisement claims allowing same-sex marriage will lead to bigger issues for Australian parents in raising their children and what they are exposed to as a part of the education system

‘None of the mothers I know are homophobic, and they don’t want to see bullying, but this isn’t that. It really feels like it’s part of a bigger agenda,’ she says.

The advertisement claims allowing same-sex marriage will lead to bigger issues for Australian parents in raising their children and what they are exposed to as a part of the education system.

'None of the mothers I know are homophobic, and they don't want to see bullying, but this isn't that. It really feels like it's part of a bigger agenda,' Heidi McIvor says

The Coalition for Marriage disagreed with the mature audience classification, arguing the Minus18 references were part of the Victorian government’s curriculum made available to students from Year Seven and above.

The Coalition for Marriage disagreed with the mature audience classification, arguing the Minus18 references were part of the government's curriculum made available to students

‘It beyond belief that taxpayer-funded LGBTIQ sex and gender education materials openly made available to students of all ages are given an MA rating for television,’ spokesman Lyle Shelton said.

‘The issue of these materials, of parents’ rights, and the direct relationship with changing the Marriage Act are there for all to see, and parents should beware.’

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