A gay pride organization at Emory University recently held its annual drag show in a Methodist church affiliated with the Atlanta, Georgia, university.
Campus Reform reports Emory Pride, the university’s LGBTQ+ group, held the event at Glenn Memorial Chapel to commemorate the conclusion of gay history month, which is separate from gay pride month.
Tom Greenler, a senior attending the school, hosted the event dressed in drag. Source: CBN News
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