Sexual “taboos” exist for a reason, says Australian minister


The morals which the “sexual revolution” considered to be “taboos” exist for a reason, Health Minister Tony Abbott told “The Australian.”

According to Abbott, even radical feminist leaders “are beginning to regret the dark consequences of sexual freedom.”

With 100,000 abortions per year and a divorce rate of 37%, Australia has decided to introduce legal changes to stop the destruction of the family.  Among other things, the country has just approved a law that only accepts marriage between a man and a woman.  The legislation excludes any other type of “union” and disregards the “unnatural marriages” that take place in other countries.

“The legacy of a permissive society, broken families, mental illnesses, suggests that the old ‘social taboos’ were somewhat right,” Abbott said.

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