Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence's 'Sister Roma' honored by Scott Wiener, California's LGBTQ Caucus

"Thank you so much, Senator Wiener. This has been an amazing honor."

Katie Daviscourt Seattle WA
On Monday, the California State Legislature honored a member of The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence with a community service award, despite nationwide backlash against the anti-Catholic group of drag nuns. The group will also be featured by the LA Dodgers at the Pride night on June 16.

Democrat state rep Scott Wiener presented the official honor to "sister Roma," where he recognized the trans-identified "drag nun" for exceptional service to the community. Wiener has also made the California a "sanctuary state" for children who want to undergo sex changes without parental consent or knowledge. The law also allows the state to strip custody from parents who won't go along with their children's wish to change sex.

"I'm Scott Wiener," he said while honoring the "drag nun."

"I have the honor of representing San Francisco and northern San Mateo County in the California State Senate. Today, we just completed our assembly and senate Pride ceremony where our LGBTQ Legislative Caucus honored a number of amazing community leaders from throughout the state," Wiener said as he stood behind the podium.

"I nominated sister Roma for an honor based on her many, many, many years of stellar service to our community," the rep said, standing alongside the trans-identified "drag nun."

"I know there was some some discussion and political discourse around this particular honor but I'm just so proud of sister Roma and her work in the community," Wiener stated.

Roma is a drag queen that dresses as a Catholic nun and belongs to The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, an anti-Catholic trans group that mocks Christianity. The group's motto is "Go forth and sin some more." They claim to be "a leading-edge order of queer and trans nuns."

The drag queens perform shows in which they dress as both Catholic nuns and Jesus Christ, pole dancing and stripping on crosses, drinking fake semen from baby bottles, and gyrating on stage to Christian music.

The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence first came in the spotlight after the Los Angeles Dodgers announced that they would be honoring the group with a "community hero award" at the ballpark's Pride Night later this month, which received nationwide backlash and calls for boycotts.

Scott Weiner recognized the backlash and said, "I'm proud of California for standing strong to support LGBTQ people, as our community is under assault in the rest of the country."

Roma accepted the award and said, "Thank you so much, Senator Wiener. This has been an amazing honor."

"To be included with this amazing list of nominees was probably one of the biggest honors that I've ever had. To come into this beautiful state capitol, which I've never been in before, and to be in this location where all of the decisions are made that affect our lives every day, feels important and impactful. So to be recognized here means a lot to me but also to the LGBTQ community at large."
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