Now these are the policies of the ASP. They want things like comprehensive sex ed in schools, same-sex marriage, protection for sex workers, ending tax exempt status for religions, you know, all the stuff that Family First stand for.
In some sort of parallel dimension.
But naturally Family First are trying to distance themselves from such a monumentally stupid decision:
Family First federal chairman Bob Day said no preference offer was made and that raising the issue was part of a Sex Party campaign to discredit Family First.
Yep because when you do something that stupid it must be because your opponents want to discredit you. That must be it.
The ABC article gives the "official" reason as to why Family First contacted the ASP:
It said Family First was keen to know where the Sex Party was directing its preferences so it would not inadvertently favour the Sex Party.
You know how you don't inadvertently favour the party? By doing what the ASP are doing and give them the lowest preference possible. But I suppose that didn't dawn on them because we all know that One Nation are the party you give the lowest preferences to.