That this House:

  1. Notes the interest of so-called pick up artists traveling to Australia to promote dangerous and misogynistic practices including abusive behaviour towards women and so-called legal rape.
  2. Notes the Commonwealth Government's denial of visas to these people, however, also notes that seeking visas in the first place is often a publicity stunt, meaning this approach in isolation is failing to combat the underlying problems with the pick-up artist movement.
  3. Notes that there is a market for such training in Australia, as shown by the interest in the "Return of Kings" meetings in January 2016.
  4. Calls on the Government to initiate an inquiry into the extent of the legal rape and pick-up artist movement in New South Wales and to deliver meaningful legislation to stop activities that promote violence against women.