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Flat White

Free Speech vs. Drag Queens

9 August 2022

12:00 PM

9 August 2022

12:00 PM

After almost three years and substantial legal fees, my fight for free speech goes to court.

It’s also your fight because if I am cancelled, so are you.

In early 2020, two drag queens sued me for ‘vilification’. My alleged crime was to write a blog highlighting that these drag queens were promoting gender-fluid ideology to children and that they were ‘dangerous role models’ after they appeared at a drag queen story time event for children at a Brisbane City Council library.

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