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Children’s Rights vs Freedom of Religion and the Confessional Seal

<a href="/articles/children%E2%80%99s-rights-vs-freedom-of-religion-and-the-confessional-seal">Children’s Rights vs Freedom of Religion and the Confessional Seal</a>

Opinion: In response to the ongoing cascade of accusations and evidence of systemic and decades long child abuse, the federal government finally announced a Royal Commission into institutional responses to child sexual abuse on Monday. One possible recommendation is already being mooted, that priests be obliged to report any knowledge of child sex abuse to police. Such an obligation would undoubtedly enhance protection of the rights of children. It would also interfere with the freedom of religion of priests if they are compelled to reveal information conveyed during formal 'confessions'. In this clash of rights, which should prevail? Read full article

P!nk's Latest Music Video - Perfect, or Not?

<a href="/blogs/catherine/2011/02/09/pnks-latest-music-video-perfect-or-not">P!nk&#039;s Latest Music Video - Perfect, or Not?</a>

P!nk (Alecia Moore) has just released her latest music video for her current song, “Fkin Perfect”, being given airplay. I must confess I'm partial to P!nk and her music. This is because of what she represents and stands for, and the tunes of course. As I was playing the footage on my computer my 6 and 3 year old wanted to look. I do let them listen to P!nk. I know some of her lyrics contain explicit language so I either sing loudly for those songs and cover the swearing, or I don’t let them listen to those but I don’t believe that she should be censored. Read full article