The federal government’s consent and sex education campaign, which features a video of a woman smearing a milkshake over a man’s face, has been removed from the Good Society website due to “community and stakeholder feedback”.

“The website contains about 350 resources aimed to support teachers and parents to educate students across all age groups about respectful relationships more broadly,” says Education department secretary, Dr Michele Bruniges.

“The website is designed to be a live and dynamic resource, with content added, removed, and modified, to ensure it remains current and appropriate.

“The department will continue to engage with experts to evaluate the materials that appear on the website to ensure they are fit for purpose and reflect current experiences and community issues.”

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Amanda Keller has spoken out against the video, questioning the confusion and link between milkshakes and consent.

Hear what happens in the video + what Jonesy & Amanda have to say about it here:

According to news.com.au, the video is part of a $3.7m taxpayer-funded campaign by the Morrison Government.

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