Meet The Blaspheming Drag ‘Nuns’ That Were Just Honored By The LA Dodgers

Written by Wes Walker on May 24, 2023

As you read this, try to remember that the first mention of Drag Queen Story Hour was in 2015. Suddenly they are such a ‘necessary’ part of modern life and culture that multi-Billion-dollar companies would sooner blaspheme than anger their new Rainbow overlords.

For some reason they get snippy when we denounce these clowns as a warmed-over retread of old-school pagan fertility religions hellbent on worshipping a phallus.

Decide for yourself what you think as we bring you up to speed on the ‘Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence’ that are the center of the LA Dodgers’ controversy.

L.A.’s Major League Baseball team whipped up a firestorm of controversy after rescinding an invite made to the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence — a charitable drag group that dresses like nuns — to accept a “community hero award” on the field of Dodger Stadium at LGBTQ+ Pride Night on June 16.

But the Dodgers issued an apology and reversal of that decision on Monday.

“After much thoughtful feedback from our diverse communities, honest conversations within the Los Angeles Dodgers organization and generous discussions with the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, the Los Angeles Dodgers would like to offer our sincerest apologies to the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, members of the LGBTQ+ community and their friends and families,” a statement posted to Twitter read.
The team also pledges to “better educate ourselves” and “use our platform to support all of our fans” going forward.
— Hollywood Reporter

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The article goes out of its way to mention the group (founded in 1979) was an early supporter of AIDS fundraising and has given over $1M to causes linked to the LGBT (&c) ‘community’ without actually mentioning what those other causes might be.

Those ‘other causes’ include the genital mutilation and sterilization of children. Or, as the press likes to say it:

One of the causes the “Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence” donate to is the Center for Trans Youth Health and Development at the Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles. This center provides puberty blockers and surgeries for trans-identifying teens.

They tell us in their video that they are not tied to any religion, and that they are ‘not mocking anyone’.

They have a motto. That motto is: “Go and sin some more.”

If that wasn’t a red flag, here is what “not mocking anyone” looks like.

A guy in a loincloth with a crown of thorns… what could that event *possibly* have been inspired by. Did we mention it is an annual event — on Easter?

But wait… there’s more.
A lot more!

More borrowed religious imagery from their non-religious group that doesn’t mock anybody…

‘Hunky Jesus’…

They take swipes at Mary, too…
But it’s neither ‘religious’ nor ‘mockery’…

They’re doing a pole dance on a cross with a crucified man doing a little gyrating for good measure.

Because nothing says ‘sexy’ like the public execution of an innocent man, right?

This ‘isn’t mockery’, so surely there must be a similarly-themed event commemorating Black History Month in which they swap out a Lynching Tree in place of the cross, right?

What about Earth Day where they get together and gyrate on an Electric Chair..? No? That doesn’t actually happen?

Imagine that.

It’s almost as if this is rooted in rage against traditional religions that condemn their behavior as sinful.

Do you suppose they are generous in their sacrilege? Do they celebrate Eid by giving someone dolled up as Islam’s central prophet a lapdance? Or do they hold a special contempt for certain religions?

We’re still not done yet, by the way.

How about a reference o the Stations of the Cross?

It’s just ‘humor’.

This from the same crowd that endlessly tells us that words are the same as violence… when it suits them to do so.

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Sources Cited:
The Hollywood Reporter