Queers Against Injustice comes out in support of No Pride in Prisons and #NotProud

The group that attacked a GayTM earlier last week with pink paint to protest the pinkwashing of Pride and the queer community have done the same to an ANZ branch and a police station this morning, leaving behind statements explaining their aims – including a paragraph of support for Emmy, who is currently still in hospital after being assaulted by a Pride security guard on Saturday night.

From twitter this morning:

Pink paint on an ANZ branch. image via @vaughndavis
Pink paint on an ANZ branch. image via @vaughndavis
Pink paint on police offices. Image via @vaughndavis
Pink paint on police offices. Image via @vaughndavis
Queers Against Injustice's statement. Image via @vaughndavis
Queers Against Injustice’s statement. Image via @vaughndavis

Anyone involved in Queers Against Injustice is invited to get in touch with either me or @kamikazeballoon on twitter.

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