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Friends and opponents alike have expressed their grief after the death of Wilson Gavin, the leader of a rightwing student club at the University of Queensland, who died one day after leading a protest at a drag queen storytime event in a Brisbane library.
Gavin, the president of the university’s Liberal National Club, is believed to have taken his own life in the early hours of Monday morning afterwent viral online at the weekend.
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In the videos Gavin and a number of other protesters are seen yelling “Drag queens are not for kids” at two performers at the Brisbane Square library.
The club’s Facebook page was inundated with comments in opposition to the protesters’ actions, and the group was condemned by other students and federal MPs including the Brisbane Liberal National party MP Trevor Evans and the LNP councillor Vicki Howard.
Gavin’s death was confirmed on Monday afternoon.
His friend Drew Pavlou, also a UQ senator,Wilson was “at his core a very decent and kind person that cared for others”.
“He had his struggles and made mistakes, and it is a tragedy for us all that he ultimately succumbed to his suffering and pain.”
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Many inventors regret their most famous inventions : The scientists behind the atomic bomb, the creator of the AK-47, and, as he recently revealed on a podcast, the dog breeder behind the Labradoodle.
Brisbane’s LNP lord mayor, Adrian Schrinner, said he was deeply saddened by the news, and the events of the previous two days had been “truly tragic”.
“Let’s all do our best to ensure something positive comes from this tragedy.”
Gavin was a staunch conservative and was interviewed in 2017 about his opposition to same-sex marriage, despite being gay himself.
Rainbow Families Queensland, which organised the library event, said LGBTQ+ people were at high risk of suicide, which is why it promoted programs such as Safe Schools and drag storytime.
The University of Queensland said it was providing support for staff and students.
“Mutual respect and diversity are core values of the university, and we hope that everyone shows consideration for those affected during the difficult days ahead,” a spokeswoman said.
The Liberal National Club was disendorsed by the LNP in December, and on Monday night the UQ Liberal National Club Facebook page was deleted.
Some politicians, including the state LNP MPand the federal LNP MP George Christensen, linked Gavin’s death to the reaction on social media.
“Twitter is broken,” Christensen said in a tweet before deactivating his Twitter account. “It’s for ad hominem attacks & pile-ons, not real discourse. And it’s aided and abetted by the media.”
Readers seeking support and information about suicide prevention can contact Lifeline on 13 11 14, Suicide Call Back Service 1300 659 467 or Kids Helpline on 1800 551 800.
Waugh reveals baggy green was consumed by a rat .
Mark Waugh revealed he was given a new baggy green after the famous cap he wore throughout his career was consumed by a rat. Last week, Shane Warne stunned cricket fans when he auctioned off his baggy green for over $1 million with all proceeds going towards the bushfire appeal.With the famous cap taking over the spotlight, Waugh revealed the baggy green he wore throughout his 128-Test match career was sabotaged by a mysterious rat.Along with some money, Waugh admitted he kept his baggy green locked in a safe at home, declaring the rat "left the money alone and ate the cap.