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The Nice Loyal Drag Queens of Australia

Correctives: The Nice Loyal Drag Queens of Australia

"It is inspiring to see someone resist the moves toward republicanism and dyslexic wobblebottom presidential candidates who ingest bottles of Coca Cola through their nose, and do their brain damage."

"Although Australia is striding toward republicanism except when Australians have had one too many after a League match, the drag queens of Australia should be commended for their substitution for Her Majesty." said Sister Psychotica SM.

Asked if this meant the Corrective Party had softened its views toward gender ambivalence, the Mistress Superior replied:

"Well, Australians have a delicate constitution. The drag queens are there as dietary aids, and we all know what they get like when they've had too much beer, and have usurped another sporting title ...critics should ask themselves why there are no drag PRESIDENTS!!! Apart from Drongo Raygun, but he impersonated a living person..."

Contact: Sister Psychotica SM/ 06 3583609/ sadistasm@yahoo.co.nz

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