that dresses in religious drag – the Los Angeles LGBTQ Center called for the team to either bring back the Sisters or cancel the team’s 10th annual Pride Night, set for June 16.“Any organization that turns its back on LGBTQ+ people at this damning and dangerous inflection point in our nation’s history should not be hoisting a rainbow flag or hosting a ‘Pride Night,’” the center’s CEO Joe Hollendoner said in a statement on Thursday.
L.A. County Supervisor Lindsey Horvath, a former mayor of West Hollywood, tweeted on Wednesday, “If they’re not invited, I’m not going.
Celebrating Pride is about inclusion. Do better.” The ACLU added, “In unity with @SFSisters, we will not participate in Pride Night.”The @DodgersFdn rescinded their invitation to recognize the @LADragnuns at next month’s Pride Night.
In return, the Los Angeles LGBT Center is demanding the Dodgers cancel their Pride Night unless they rectify this error. Read full statement here https://t.co/RSYBjugJG7 pic.twitter.com/uVWbJjE00eOn Wednesday, the Dodgers said that “in the spirit of unity,” the team had decided to rescind its invitation to the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence because they had been “the source of some controversy.” Catholic priest R.M.