Right wing students accost drag queen at children’s library event to ‘defend LNP values’

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01/11/2020

An Australian pop star has slammed a group of right wing student protestors for yelling anti LGBT slogans at a family event featuring a drag queen. In a video showing the protest, demonstrators repeatedly shout ‘drag queens are not for kids’ at a drag queen story hour event at a Brisbane library while event organisers try to get them to leave the area. Sharing the video, Veronicas member Jessica Origliasso criticised the protestors, who are reportedly members of the University of Queensland’s Liberal National Club. “This morning a good friend of mine took her daughter along to a children’s story telling event in Brisbane by two gorgeous Drag Queens, when a screaming group calling themselves the UQ young Libs (sic) stormed the event, causing chaos and distress to children and everybody there,” she posted on Instagram.

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