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Australian Sex Party ad unsurprisingly racy

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The Australian Sex Party, formed in 2008 as "a political response to the sexual needs of Australia in the 21st century," not surprisingly has a one-track mind when it comes to advertising. Its latest ad (full image after the jump) asks people if they are "legal," meaning legally registered to vote. The party has legitimate if somewhat narrow goals involving sex education, equality, censorship and health, but is still having a difficult time earning respect in politics. As one YouTube commenter writes under a clip of the party's manifesto: "Good luck with the next erection."


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