The Los Angeles Dodgers have decided not to give a “Community Hero Award” to an anti-Catholic drag group after outrage and pushback from Catholics.
The Dodgers had originally planned to present the award to the Los Angeles chapter of the “Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence,” an organization of men who dress in drag queen versions of Catholic religious habits that claims to have a “ministry,” according to its website.
In a statement Wednesday, the Dodgers said they have pulled the group from the list of award recipients for the team’s “Pride Night” celebration before their June 16 home game.
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“This year, as part of a full night of programming, we invited a number of groups to join us. We are now aware that our inclusion of one group in
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