Public libraries have become ground zero in the culture wars for allowing drag queens to read to innocent children, and now a drag queen named "Annie Christ" is pushing the sicko boundary.
Gary Dull, who leads the Pennsylvania Pastors Network, is alerting the public after drag queen Eric Torres has been hosted at two public libraries so far in the Keystone State.
Dull and the Pastors Network say Torres, when dressed in a wig and makeup, calls himself "Annie Christ" and is known for performing lewd nightclub shows dressed in Satanic symbols.
Yet the Lansdale Public Library allowed Torres to read to children Feb. 2, where the drag queen read "Naked Mole Rat Gets Dressed," about rat Wilbur who is "different" from other rats because he likes to wear clothes.
"I'm actually a boy in a dress with a really, really big wig on and a lot, lot of makeup on," the drag queen told the library audience.
Dull, who pastors Faith Pastor Church in Altoona, led a protest outside the library after Torres was allowed to read to pre-schoolers.
"We believe that their goal, the LGBT goal under which he's operating," says Dull, "is to remove all distinctions between male and female in the minds of these children in order to convince them that they can change their own (gender)."
That message runs counter to God's plan for creating mankind as male and female, says Dull, who likens Torres' lifestyle as a "slap" in the face of his Creator.
"He's disrespecting the way God has created humanity," says the pastor.