Self-described feminist-masked-avenger-disability-advocates have drawn on erotic novel Fifty Shades of Grey to point out flaws in the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).
The group, who call themselves Bulshy Divas, have penned a submission to a Senate inquiry examining the draft legislation for the NDIS.
"The NDIS Bill has one hundred and fifty pages and let's face it - how bored will they be reading all these submissions?" the Divas wrote in their submission.
"At the very least we can spice it up."
They were concerned about the language of the bill.
"Antastasia bit her lip, lost in thought, and unbuttoned the top button of her blouse to add a little readability," the Divas wrote.
They call for the legislation to be consistent with the UN convention on disability rights and they want people with disabilities to be actively involved in the scheme's creation.
"There are a bunch of master-and-slave relationships - why would you speak up if you're afraid of losing your funding and being worse off."
The Divas took exception to a clause in the legislation that would suspend the plans of people with disabilities who go on overseas holidays for longer than six weeks.
The Senate inquiry into the NDIS will have a hearing in Perth next Monday.