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‘Jesus…Will Always Come First’: MLB Players Defend Jesus, Share the Gospel, Slam Dodgers’ Honoring of ‘Blasphemous’ Drag Group

With cultural debates over LGBTQ issues, drag queen story hours, and other related skirmishes boiling over, some prominent figures are starting to break their silence and speak out.

The Los Angeles Dodgers’ recent decision to honor the Los Angeles chapter of the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, a controversial drag group that dresses as nuns and uses religious imagery in its satire, has sparked nationwide headlines.

Following outrage over the initial decision, the Dodgers backed away from the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence — then flip-flopped again and apologized to the drag performers, welcoming them back into the fold. Now, some Major League Baseball players are standing up and speaking out over the ordeal.

Dodgers pitcher Clayton Kershaw is among them; he told The Los Angeles Times he disagreed with the decision to honor the organization during an upcoming Pride Night game on June 16.

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