The Australian Sex Party Needs You

Our volunteers are vital to our success!

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Volunteering is a contribution that is much greater than just the number of hours donated. By volunteering with the Australian Sex Party you are helping to further our message of 'your life, your choice'. You will be promoting individual freedom, civil liberty and furthering our goal of a more sensible Australia. This is so important!

Of course, being a Sex Party volunteer is also lots of fun! Our volunteers are spreading the word at events, online and on the election campaign trail.  

To volunteer with the Sex Party you don't have to have a PhD in political Science or even be able name every Australian Prime Minister. We want volunteers who are passionate, enthusiastic and committed to the Sex Party policies.

At the moment we are counting down the days to the big one - the 2013 federal election! We are going to need all hands on deck in the lead up to, and on election day. Volunteering for the Sex Party during this election WILL make a difference to our result. The donation of your time WILL make a difference to the future direction of government.

We need volunteers ready to hit the ground and spread the word in the coming weeks.  

If you believe in freedom of choice and support the Australian Sex Party’s policies then “get amongst it” and know that you’ll be making a difference!

To volunteer just fill in the form below and a member of the Australian Sex Party team will be in contact with you. If you want to find out more about what is involved email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

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