After writing to the Minister for Employment regarding adults-only businesses continued exclusion from the government’s job creation schemes, Eros issued a media release highlighting
Congratulations to all winners, and a special mention to Eros members:
Club X for Best Retail Store
Twisted Toys for Best Chain of Adult Stores
AAPD for Best
As part of the River Run race on 23rd July, our esteemed board member Rob ‘Bobsy’ Godwin will be taking on
Thendro Pty. Ltd. are a leading wholesaler in Australia with exclusivity to Waterfall Australia,
Pourite, PAX and Firefly Vaporizers, Chewy Grinders and OZ Herbal products. Thendro
LELO partnered with the launch of Magic Mike Live on Friday 22nd The Fair Work Commission (FWC) has announced a 3.3% increase to minimum wages. The increase will apply from the first full
The Fair Work Commission (FWC) has announced a 3.3% increase to minimum wages. The increase will apply from the first full
LELO today announced it had completed its nationwide expansion into all the biggest US retailers. As of today, HEX™ is now extended to
Thieves Ram Car into Las Vegas Warehouse Stealing 30,000 LELO HEX Condoms and 33 Vibrating Butt Plugserosadmin
Las Vegas/Stockholm – 31st May, 2017: This past weekend saw one of the strangest robberies of 2017 caught
The Eros Association, Australia’s leading adult-industry body, is encouraging the public to pay for pornography to deter the spread of unlawful and non-consensual
LELO, the world’s leading designers of intimate lifestyle accessories have just announced the launch of their Luxe range into the high street’s first ever Red Room at Ann Summers Marble Arch store in London.
The countdown to ADULTEX 2017 has begun! Australia’s leading retail adult industry trade show will be held at RACV’s Royal Pines Resort on the sunny Gold Coast from 26-28 April 2017 giving Australian and New Zealand retailers the opportunity to view products from the world’s leading manufacturers and vendors. Calexotics is proudly sponsoring the opening night welcome party to be held poolside at the luxury resort on Wednesday 26 April 2017.
Lovehoney, the award-winning sex toy manufacturer and distributor, harnessed the ‘Fifty Shades Effect’ to its full potential over the Valentine’s period.
The Australian Sex Party's Fiona Patten MP pushed for a broad ranging inquiry into the state's drug laws back in November 2015. Submissions are now being inquiry-into-illicit-and-synthetic-drugs-and-prescription-medicationaccepted and we urge you to make your own. The Eros Association will be making a submission to this important inquiry too, but it is important that businesses and individuals also make submissions.
Tobacco Widely Sold but Vape-Nicotine Sales Remain Illegal
In what’s becoming a more and more absurd crusade for our own health and well-being, the gatekeepers of
In a year of increasingly high-profile endorsements, LELO was once again the star of a blockbuster, featuring prominently in seasonal smash hit, Office Christmas Party. The Smart Wand™ Medium makes its show-stealing cameo within the first 15 minutes of the movie, during a scene in which two of the central characters are out shopping for potential gifts for their colleagues.
California, USA – The heavy-handed California Proposition 60 was recently defeated by more than a seven point margin. The proposition would have seen the demise of California’s adult film industry by making condoms mandatory to wear in all adult films. Thankfully due to the campaign by the Adult Performer Advocacy Committee and the Free Speech Coalition, this backward law won’t come into place.
Indigo Legal have today announced their rebrand as Industry Legal Group and unveiled their new brand identity (below). Industry Legal Group's new name and identity will better position the firm as the leading provider of industry specific employment and commercial law advice and services.
Employment contracts can be written, oral or a mixture of both. Written employment contracts are always preferable to oral agreements which are difficult to enforce, especially when disputes arise. Employment contracts are essential to any business and employers should use them as a tool to protect the interests of the business and to properly manage staff. Without employment contracts, businesses expose themselves to unnecessary and avoidable risk.
Can you believe the year is almost over? For some of us, the end of this year cannot come fast enough and for others it has been highly invigorating. Whatever position you take, it must be agreed that 2016 has definitely been an eventful year. To wrap up what we have accomplished in 2016:
The recent ACT election was a watershed moment for the Australian Sex Party in the national capital. It was the first time that the party had run a large campaign for a territory election and the results didn’t disappoint. The team ran in three of the five electorates.
Social media has been a part of our lives for over two decades and includes a range of different websites with an emphasis on the sharing of ideas and content between individuals, private companies, government and the community/not-for-profit sector.
At the height of Victorian-era morality in Australia, it became illegal to swim at the local beach during daylight hours. As the flow of convicts from the UK slowed and Australia started to develop its own identity, free from the ‘taint’ of a convict past, the authorities thought that adopting this extreme measure would send a message to the world, that we were now a civilised and moral country who would not tolerate the morally ‘iffy’ business of swimming at a public beach when others could see you.
In September Clare Watson’s sold out theatre piece Gonzo brought together two demographics whose voices are underrepresented in pornography debates: teenage boys and porn performers. The Malthouse play, featuring four teens in conversation with queer kink performer Gala Vanting and sex documentarian Helen Betty Corday (aka Liandra Dahl), posits teens as savvy media-literate porn consumers and reveals the potential in engaging with performers to make sense of online pornography.
If you were thinking that a number of performers’ have a country, city or physical geographical feature within their name then you are getting hotter. Here’s a short list of some geographically-inspired performer names: Alexis Texas; Phoenix Marie, Savanna Samson, Asia Carrera, Houston, Aletta Ocean, India Summer, Madison Ivy, Kylie Ireland, Bambi Woods, Pandora Peaks and Christy Canyon. I wonder
Seven out of ten women have taken a sexy selfie in their lingerie for their partner, according to a new survey by Lovehoney Lingerieerosadmin
The Eros Association are in favour of evidence informed policy to tackle Novel Psychoactive Substances (NPS). We recommend that further investigation into the New Zealand
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The world is experiencing a fascination with ultra realistic silicone ‘dolls’ and adult body parts. This weekend Sexpo will showcase some of
There have been a number of scams popping up recently around the market for “legal highs”. The Eros Association warned members earlier in the year about a fake Northern Lights online seller who had setup, was taking money for orders and not delivering them. The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission recently published a report which found that scams have taken at least $90 million from Australian consumers in 2013 alone. The ABC published a news report detailing the ten most commonly reported scams in Australia. Many of the online-based synthetic scams insist on large sums of money being paid up-front, before any product is delivered. After depositing money, the trail often gets twisted, with claims that product has been sent or claims of ‘difficulties’ somewhere along the line or something of that nature.
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AAP | Perthnow | The Australian | June 18 2014
A POLITICIAN’S staffer was given cash and instructed to purchase synthetic cannabis to prove how easily
Robyn Wuth | Gold Coast Bulletin June 18 2014
POLICE have seized a quantity of synthetic cannabis during a series of raids across the Gold Coast
Eros commented on this article with the following online feedback:
You can’t solve a problem like this from the same level of consciousness or awareness
Your article on the lack of classification enforcement in the March issue was interesting in itself but what was that X rated stamp that loomed