Anti-gay marriage rally wrecked by lesbian kiss
Australia’s Coalition for Marriage (CFM) held an anti-same sex marriage rally over the weekend – and it was wonderfully interrupted by two queer people storming the stage to share a kiss.
A national ballot is currently being carried out in Australia, which will decide whether or not the country allows same-sex couples to get married.
The results of the ballot, which are expected on November 15, are not legally binding.
However, this has not stopped both sides from tirelessly campaigning to get their voices heard.
The ‘Vote No’ rally was launched in Melbourne by the CFM, but it wasn’t long before two female protesters invaded the stage and kissed in front of the anti-LGBT+ crowd.
White has placed herself at the forefront of CFM’s anti-gay campaign adverts, and has spoken about the alleged abuse she has received since joining the group.
It was said that the couple who ran onto the stage shouted “fascists” into the microphone, before being dragged off-stage amidst heckling from the audience.
Further protests during the launch saw a different couple hold up a banner that read: “Burn Churches, Not Queers.”
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