Churches Feature “Drag Queens”

Drag Queen Story Hour has been a perversion plaguing public libraries and schools around the nation for several years, but what about Drag Queen prayer time for children during Sunday morning worship at church? In a recent spate of pulpit perversion, churches have been inviting drag queens to come in to address the children as parents willingly hand their kids over. In December, a church [St. Luke’s Lutheran Church, Logan Square, Chicago] hosted a drag queen to have a ‘prayer time’ with children. Earlier this month, another church [Park Slope United Methodist Church in Brooklyn, New York] hosted a drag queen to hold a dance party in lieu of biblical exegesis from a qualified pastor. And a Canadian ‘church’ [St. Mary’s Road United Church in Manitoba] recently hosted an online event with a drag queen posing as God answering prayers. Another church [Naples United Church of Christ, Naples, Florida] will be hosting a ‘Youth Pride Conference’ on May 21 featuring a drag show for ages 12 to 18.” [“Drag queens” are male homosexuals who dress up like women.]

“Naples Church,” The Dissenter, May 15, 2022