Aaron Musser, a Chicago resident and Lutheran pastor, donned a blonde wig, a dress, and makeup in order to reveal to children the joys of crossdressing.
“I have an awesome story to share with you today,” Musser said as he adjusted his wig. “I am also a boy most of the time when I’m here, but today, I’m a girl.”
Openly gay pastor holds ‘drag queen story hour’ for children during worship service: ‘Queerness is sacred’ https://t.co/8aBTOrlqPg
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According to the report, the church had promoted the event ahead of time, writing in a bulletin that “Seminarian Aaron” would be “preaching in drag” for the benefit of the children.
During his sermon, Musser emphasized the superiority of gays and transgenders, suggesting that they have special access to the truth.
“Queer sexualities, gender identities, and gender expressions outpour from the depths of our being. We are who we are. And we can articulate our truth,” Musser said enthusiastically.
He concluded by asserting that gays are in fact holier and more devout than straight people, who are often doubters of their divine inspiration.
“Queerness is sacred,” he added and said that “certain straights don’t believe that we speak truth.