A drag Queen that goes by “Annie Christ”

If you’re wondering whether or not the controversial Drag Queen Story Time phenomenon has been gaining or losing popularity, a video shot outside Pennsylvania’s Lansdale Public Library this weekend should answer that question.

It showed two kids engaged in a counterprotest against those opposed to drag queens in full costume reading to children — and they chanted, “Stop your hate! Drag is great!”

Other folks carried signs that read, “God Thinks Drag Queens Are Fabulous” and “Love Is Love Is Love” and chanted “Love thy neighbor!”

On Saturday morning inside the library, the individual reading books to children about tolerance and diversity went by Drag Queen Miss Annie, WPVI-TV reported.

But when performing for an adults-only crowd, this drag queen goes by “Annie Christ” — and wasn’t pleased with protests against the story time.

“It’s like an actor being in a rated-R movie not being able to read to kids,” Annie Christ told WPVI. “It’s my side job; it’s what I do at a club that’s 21 and over.”

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