The discrimination she is on about is to put the injection therapy caverject onto the PBS (it used to be there until the Howard Government removed it). Caverject is a very effective treatment for erectile dysfunction, and a lot of men who have suffered prostate cancer can resume normal sex lives with the use of caverject. But it's not subsidised, and therefore costs a fortune! It's very hypocritical, unfair and more! Can you imagine prostate removal, and being able to return to normal sex, as long as you can afford it that is? I have a lot of time for Arndt, and a lot of her concepts are in tune with my own. Couples are busy, so why not schedule a time for sex? We did it when we were dating: we met on Saturday night, we had dinner, we had sex. Why not do this when we are married? Sunday afternoon, time for sex. And she has a few other concepts that are both practical and workable too.