Drag queen free speech case update

Drag queen free speech case update

Urgent law reform is needed to restore freedom of speech in Australia.

My “compulsory conference” with the two taxpayer-funded anti-free-speech LGBTIQA+ drag queens at the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal has just concluded.

Under the QCAT Act I am not allowed to disclose what went on.

Under our flawed regime of anti-discrimination law, the legal process is definitely part of the punishment.

This was the second such mediation I have been compelled to attend in the past 12 months.

All I can say is that matter remains unresolved and the legal process will drag on.

I want to thank everyone who has supported my legal defence fund – the other side’s lawyers, the LGBT Legal Service, receives hundreds of thousands of dollars from the pockets of Queensland taxpayers.

My lawyers, the Human Rights Law Alliance, receive no public funding.

I want to also thank all those who have been praying. I’d be grateful for your continued prayers.

This case is about freedom of speech and what we can and can’t say to protect children from role models which seek to induct them into radical LGBTIQA+ culture and gender fluid ideology.

If our politicians still believe in freedom of speech, they should be urgently reforming the law to restore this building block of free and civil society.

I’ll be sure to let you know of further developments.

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