The Australian reports:
Two women have locked lips on stage during an anti-same sex marriage event in Melbourne, disrupting a “no” campaigner’s speech.
The protesters kept kissing as they were dragged from the stage by security at the Coalition for Marriage’s Victorian campaign launch on Saturday night. Australian Christian Lobby chief Lyle Shelton shared a video of the incident on Twitter, saying it happened during an address by anti-same sex marriage campaigner Cella White.
“The protestor shouted ‘fascists’ into the microphone before this (happened),” Mr Shelton posted as he shared the clip. The women were dragged across a sign that read “It’s OK to vote no” before a security guard grabbed one of them around the neck.
“Those seeking change were on message tonight, rushing the stage, acting violently & showing us what is to come. But, yeah, no consequences,” Mr Shelton wrote. Ms White, who has appeared in a Coalition for Marriage ad, is accused of falsely claiming her son was told he could wear a dress to Frankston High School.
A recent poll shows support for the “yes” side slightly eroding.
While Cella was speaking this just happened. The protestor shouted "fascists" into the microphone before this. pic.twitter.com/60kIUWrH8g
— Lyle Shelton (@LyleShelton) September 23, 2017