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Public library hosts children's storytime led by drag queens dressed as nuns

The Boston Public Library just hosted the "Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence," men in drag dressed mockingly as Catholic nuns, yet again.  This time for children's storytime.

Seeking to honor homosexual "Pride Month" in June, the library happily announced a "Drag Queen Storytime."  The San Francisco-based group enjoys non-profit tax deductible status.

Believing that guilt "chains the human spirit," the group advocates that every person do whatever their passions dictate.  It uses Christian terms and contorts them to mock the sacraments and church life in general, such as "Sister Inferior" and "Sister Hysterectoria."

The men call themselves "queer nuns," even though the anti-Catholic group is openly devoted to promiscuity.  Their slogan is a ridicule of Jesus’ words to the woman caught in sexual sin.  Instead of "Go, and sin no more," the men "queers" have created their trademark slogan as, "Go forth and sin some more!"

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