You're probably well aware by now that the NSW government banned the film Gayby Baby from being shown during school hours after a media controversy stoked by The Daily Telegraph.
Now, Victorian premier Daniel Andrews wants everyone to know that Victoria is not here for the ban.
"The New South Wales Liberal Government has banned a film from being shown to high school classes after a newspaper called it homosexual propaganda," he wrote. "I'm getting really sick of this stuff."
The NSW government "couldn't be more wrong" in their banning of the film, wrote Andrews.
"Young people who are same-sex attracted often lead a quietly difficult life and they deserve our full support," he said.
"If you want to talk about things that confuse and distress young people, let's talk about telling thousands upon thousands of them that they aren't 'normal'."
"We won't put up with this kind of cruel rubbish in our state. If any young person is hurt by all this, please know that I stand with you. I'm on your side. So is the Victorian Government."
People praised Andrews on social media for his strong stance.
Lane Sainty is a reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in Sydney, Australia.
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