Drag Performances Scheduled For Upcoming Chattanooga Youth Pride Day Despite Tennessee Law Prohibiting Adult Entertainment In The Presence Of Minors

The Upcoming Chattanooga Youth Pride Day Event On Saturday, June 1st, Is Scheduled To Include Drag Performances Despite The Fact That Tennessee Law States That It Is A Violation For Persons Who Engage In “Adult Cabaret Performance On Public Property Or In A Location Where The Adult Cabaret Performance Could Be Viewed By A Person Who Is Not An Adult.”

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Supreme Court’s Ruling About Drag Shows For Minors Has Very Few Implications For Tennessee’s Current Legal Battle

Supreme Court Ruling Denying Intervention In Florida’s Drag Show Ban For Minors Does Not Indicate Law Lacks Constitutional Viability. So How Does This Affect Tennessee’s Current Legal Battle?

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Rupaul’s Night Of The Living Drag Show Performed At The Grand Ole Opry And Other Venues In Tennessee With No Age Restriction On Attendance

Last Week, Performances Of Rupaul’s Night Of The Living Drag Halloween-Themed Drag Show Were Performed In Nashville, Knoxville And Chattanooga. The Drag Shows Took Place In Venues That Do Not Have Any Age Restrictions And The Production Company Producing The Show, Voss Events, Did Not Include An Age Restriction On Ticket Sales.

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Joint Plaintiff In Blount County Pride Lawsuit Against The State Is Drag “Christian” Flamy Grant

The Complaint By Matthew Lovegood (A.K.A Flamy Grant) And Blount Pride Is That The D.A. Of Blount County Erred In His Interpretation Of The Ruling Issued In A Western District Court When The Law Was Permanently Enjoined In Shelby County, And That It Must Also Apply To The Entire State.

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Lawsuit Filed Against Law Enforcement, AG Skrmetti For Informing Blount Pride That Law Will Be Enforced If Drag Performances Are Carried Out Where Minors Could Be Exposed

The ACLU Has Filed A Federal Lawsuit Against The District Attorney General For The Fifth Judicial District, For Sending Out A Letter Informing Blount County Law Enforcement Agencies And City Officials, As Well As The Organizer Of Blount Pride, That A Law Passed This Past Session In The Tennessee General Assembly Will Be Enforced Should There Be Evidence Of A Violation.

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We Do Not Consent (Op-Ed)

Three Years Ago We Were Told That The States Could Do Anything They Pleased – Enact Mask And Vaccine Mandates, Lock People In Their Homes For Weeks Or Months On End, Close Down Businesses, Schools, And Churches – Without In Any Way Violating The Rights And Liberties Of The People So Long As They Acted In The Name Of Protecting Against Covid-19.
Now, When A State Acts To Protect Children From Indecent Exposure, That Somehow Violates The First Amendment’s Guarantee Of Free Political Speech And Assembly.
There Are A Multitude Of Constitutional Problems With Judge Parker’s Ruling.

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Federal Judge In Memphis Says Law Protecting Minors From Obscenity Is Unconstitutional

Late Last Friday Night, A Federal Judge In Memphis Ruled That Tennessee’s Recent Ban Against Drag Shows In Public Was Unconstitutional.

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