Tax-Funded Drag Queens Sue Pro-Life Author

Aug 28, 2020 by

by Jules Gomes, Church Militant:

Two drag queens, whose “performance” led to the suicide of a Catholic student, are suing prominent writer and politician Lyle Shelton for describing them as “dangerous role models for children.”

Shelton announced Wednesday that drag queens “Queeny” and “Diamond Good-Rim” had decided to take him to the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal to have the case heard before a judge for vilification under the Queensland Anti-Discrimination Law 1991.

The drag queen-duo triggered national controversy after conservative campaigners protested against their genderqueer indoctrination of children at the “Drag Queen Storytime” in Brisbane Square Library in January.

The incident, filmed and uploaded to social media, resulted in the suicide of traditionalist Catholic protest leader Wilson Gavin, who was subject to intense online bullying by pro-LGBTQ Australians.

Gavin, the 21-year-old president of the University of Queensland branch of the Liberal National Club (UQLNC), had led a group of between 15–20 demonstrators to the library, chanting “drag queens are not for kids.”

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