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Australian Minister Accuses Anti-Internet Censorship Supporters Of Wanting Golden Showers

The Australian Minister for Censorship has said in an interview that those opposed to the Government’s proposed mandatory internet filter want golden showers.

Stephen Conroy made the claim when questioned about popular support against censorship, arguing that only refused classification content would be banned under the scheme:

“If people want to argue that golden showers shouldn’t be contained in RC, or that bestiality or pro-rape websites [shouldn’t be included] … I invite you to put in a submission to the independent process so that you can have your say” Conroy told ZDNet Australia.

The claim follows a long standing pattern of the Minister, who has also accused anti-censorship supporters as being in favor of child porn.

The proposed filter is unlikely to ever be implemented in Australia with the major opposition parties stating that they will not support the Government, with the Liberal and Greens parties having the numbers in the Australian Senate to block any supporting legislation.