Non-profit wins court case in Tenn. ban on public drag shows
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (WMC) - The nonprofit, LGBTQ+ theatre company Friends of George’s, has officially won its court case challenging Tennessee’s ban on public drag shows, on June 2.
On March 29, the non-profit filed a federal lawsuit against the State of Tennessee over passing the first-of-its-kind bill.
The bill banned “adult cabaret performances” in places where children could see it.
Friends of George’s sued saying the bill violated their first amendment rights.
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