Lutheran preacher offers drag queen prayer time to children at church

Source: St. Luke’s Lutheran Church of Logan Square


A Lutheran Church preacher led a sermon for children in Chicago while dressed in drag on Sunday.

Aaron Musser, the preacher at St. Luke’s Lutheran Church of Logan Square, subjected children in his congregation to cross-dressing for his enojoyment.

Musser reportedly told his congregation that the attire brought him joy.

“It’s been so hard to know what that joy will be because it’s been so long since some of us have been joyful. It’s been a difficult and tiring couple of years,” Musser said. “And I decided instead of telling you, ‘This is how I want you to be joyful,’ as we prepare for this dress rehearsal, I figured I would instead put on a dress as so many who have inspired me have done. I decided to follow their example, showing that liberation from oppressive laws clears a path for joy.”

According to the Washington Examiner, the preacher now joins the ranks of many men in drag who have exposed their way of life to young and impressionable children. 

The first known drag queen-to-ordained minister was Isaac Simmons, known by his drag name of Ms. Penny Cost.

Last year, Simmons became certified as a candidate for ordination in the United Methodist Church.

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