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No It is entirely up to you to agree to this. If you don’t, the University is free to assign you a failing mark. Many Australian universities have announced that a failing mark will not be recorded on academic records - if your university is one of these then there will be no record of your failure. From a contract law perspective, you would not be ...


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It seems the answer is yes, i.e. it is legal. Section 30 of the Australian 1984 Sex Discrimination Act discussing when it is lawful to discriminate based on sex: (g) the occupant of the position is required to enter areas ordinarily used only by persons of the relevant sex while those persons are in a state of undress; or


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