Any sports fan may have noticed the sharp increase in LGBTQ-support across major American sports in recent months, including the national pastime.
The LA Dodgers have been at the center of controversy for their announcement to invite the “Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence,” to the team’s pride night on June 16.
They’re a drag group that openly mocks Christianity with sexual performances. But the move is not sitting well with everyone on the team.
Dodgers’ star ace Clayton Kershaw, who is an outspoken Christian, voiced his disapproval of the the decision to partner with the drag group.
This news comes on the heels of further controversy from Toronto Blue Jays pitcher Anthony Bass, who yesterday walked back his initial disapproval of brands such as Target and Bud Light promoting the LGBTQ agenda.