WATCH: QLD guys talk awkward sex with a mum


Guys Talk Awkward Sex In New Quac ComePrep'd Videos

QLD gay guys talk awkward sex with a mum in a series of videos featuring PFLAG’s Shelley Argent.

Shelley sat down with a group of guys who candidly discussed some of their most awkward sexual situations.

Topics included joining the mile-high club, taxi hookups, and getting caught ‘spanking the monkey’.

The Queensland AIDS Council (QuAC) created the video series for their ComePrEP’d campaign.

The campaign is designed to increase awareness of the HIV prevention medication PrEP (also known as Truvada) for guys who are into other guys. For all the info, visit ComePrepd.info.

Watch the videos below:

Shelley Argent

One of Australia’s most effective LGBTQIA+ advocates is a determined mum who simply never gives up.

In 1998, Shelley Argent’s son came out to his mother as gay.

Shelley did not know much about gay issues but she quickly comprehended that her son’s sexuality would see him condemned to a life as a second-class citizen.

Not on Shelley’s watch.

The determined mum joined the Queensland AIDS Council as an education volunteer.

She studied to gain competencies in HIV/AIDS education and emotional support.

PFLAG

Shelley then joined Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG). Elected president of the organisation, Shelley transformed it into one of Australia’s most formidable LGBTQIA+ activist groups. Shelley understood from her own experience that loving parents and grandparents turn into lions in defence of their kids. For the next 18 years, she harnessed that love and directed it to reform the laws that robbed her son and others of their equal rights.

Her achievements are legendary, many of them documented her in the pages of QNews.

Along the way, Shelley was awarded the Medal of the Order of Australia in 2006 and Queensland Senior Australian in 2011.

Marriage Equality

But her greatest achievements were ahead of her as the fierce mum became one of Australia’s most energetic and effective advocates for marriage equality.

Shelley stepped down as National spokesperson for PFLAG+ in 2021. She did not however retire.

I’m a mother. Mums don’t retire. It’s a job for life. As the mum of an LGBTIQ+ child, I’m in this for as long as I have breath in my body.”

Shelley Argent continues as a powerhouse of the Queensland community, now serving on the Queensland Plan Ambassadors Council. As an ambassador, she works towards making Queensland “the greatest state in which to live, work and play, and guardian of a sustainable natural environment that inspires an active lifestyle and supports healthy communities.”

She’s everyone’s mum:

Supermum Shelley Argent talks to QNews in 2011.

Let Shelley take your love to Canberra.

Shelley the Magnificent: PFLAG+ National Spokesperson retires.

Australia’s Rainbow Mum diagnosed with acute leukemia.

Shelley’s back – and she’s very, very annoyed.

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