Exposed: the truly dangerous agenda of Family First

by Toby Manhire / 29 August, 2012
Are these really the messages we want to send to our innocent children?
There's been a bit of fuss this morning about Family First losing one of its domain names to a pro-marriage-equality campaigner.

But that's small cheese compared to the dangerous, subversive images I've stumbled upon at the home page of the Family First site proper.

Principally, this, in which the group appears to be promoting cannibalism, and patricide, in one go:



And I'm not persuaded that what's going on with the dog here is entirely consensual:

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