‘Drag Queen at Church?’: NYC Private School Holds Mandatory Drag Show in Chapel

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Students at Grace Church High School in Manhattan are speaking out after they were forced to attend the school’s Pride chapel last April. The chapel event was sponsored by Spectrum, the school’s LGBT support club. The event featured drag queen guest Jesse Havea, also known as Brita Filter, boasted about teaching Catholic high school children about his lifestyle (note that the church is Episcopalian, not Catholic). He wrote that it was an honor to hear “the beautiful brave queer stories and songs from your students and faculty.” Some of the students complained that they were under “pressure to dance along and pretend like it was normal.” Since the April chapel, the school has reportedly held additional LGBT events for its high school, middle school, and lower school.

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Students at Manhattan’s Grace Church High School are speaking out after they were forced to attend the school’s Pride chapel last spring.

On April 27, the private high school held its sixth Pride chapel, featuring drag queen guest Jesse Havea, also known as Brita Filter.

“There was tons of social pressure to dance along and pretend like it was normal for sure,” a student who chose to remain anonymous told the Post Millennial, “whether it be people tapping on shoulders and telling them to stand up or just a collective staring contest at whoever wasn’t totally participating.”

The chapel event was sponsored by Spectrum, the school’s LGBT support club.

Video posted on TikTok shows Havea, who was a contestant on season 12 of RuPaul’s Drag Race, dressed in full drag, wearing a short orange-and-blue dress with matching go-go boots.

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Ragnar D.
Ragnar D.
1 month ago

Yikes! I don’t recall school assemblies being quite like this in my day. We used to have spelling bees and some dude bringing a bunch of reptiles on stage for us to see. Now the kids see a drag show in a church? I wonder if the drag queen provided detailed instructions on how to avoid the monkey pox while celebrating during gay orgies…

Joe in Missouri
Joe in Missouri
1 month ago

I have a very low opinion of “Christian Schools”, they mirror the dumbing down of the government schools, and teach nothing of Natural Law and the true history of this country. They are as much the problem as the churches themselves.

wilma
wilma
1 month ago

I feel bad for the kids who were raised to feel like they were obligated to attend, listen to, or obey such trash just because some idiot said so. Therein lies the problem with far too many adults as well. Yet the parents MUST be in full favor of such things or they wouldn’t put their kids there would they? Should have been a mass exodus from that hell hole.