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Michael McCormack said he hadn’t looked into it enough to have a view.
“He’d position both his arms on either side of me, laughing, teasing, and enjoying the sight of me squirming and unable to move”
“Just keep laughing at [anti-gay politicians] because they’re ridiculous and their views don’t belong in this century”
“I felt my blood boil. He said he’d had a complaint from a parent that it wasn’t appropriate in front of children”
“We can’t sit by while the radical left imposes their twisted views on kids’ gender”
Flyers have been distributed in Victoria promoting the protest and referring to gender diversity education as sexualising children.
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It also found that 51 per cent think more should be done about the discrimination trans people face.
Users flooded Sina Weibo with the hashtag #IAmGay, prompting the site to reverse its LGBTI ban.
Wurst said that an ex-boyfriend had threatened to out her as positive.
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