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Alison Moyet performs at Margaret Court Arena on Saturday 7 October 2017

Alison Moyet performs at Margaret Court Arena on Saturday 7 October 2017

Alison Moyet Aces Margaret Court At Margaret Court Arena

by Paul Cashmere on October 9, 2017

in News

Alison Moyet is the latest artist to stand up to the homophobe attitude of Margaret Court in her namesake venue Margaret Court Arena.

The former tennis champion turned religious zealot has been outspoken about her opinion of same sex marriage in Australia with nasty comments like homosexuality is a “lust for flesh” and that LGBT people are “all the devil”.

Court, who had Margaret Court Arena named in her honour for her tennis accomplishments, also now claims “tennis is full of lesbians”.

Alison Moyet, who performed at Margaret Court Arena on Saturday night, said this about the former tennis champion. “We are all children of the same wombs and we belong together. If Margaret Court believes God is the great architect then why is she saying he has failed?”

Alison told her audience about her hometown of Brighton, UK. “This is a place where young and old gay couples can express themselves completely freely everywhere without any fear of harm, without any fear of violence, without any fear of people disrespecting them. This is where Trans people can live completely out. This is where old people can be eccentric,” she said.

Alison Moyet will perform in Sydney tonight:

9 October, Sydney, Enmore Theatre

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