Queers: They know how to party, and they know how to protest. In the face of bathroom bills and religious liberty laws proposed by the state’s most hateful lawmakers, this qmmunity didn’t settle for picket signs and speeches, instead opting in February for magic and glitter and dance party protest in front of the Governor’s Mansion (queer enemy No. 2) to celebrate all things queer and vibrant and to demand equal rights and real protections – not discriminatory legislation.
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