Air Force Base Hosts Drag Queens

By on August 10, 2013

Military personnel at the Los Angeles Air Force Base were treated to a Diversity Day musical performance featuring three individuals dressed in drag. The performance sparked outrage among some airmen who called the performance “totally offensive and inappropriate.”

The Diversity Day celebration featured a speech by Brigadier General Tammy Smith and included booths representing and honoring a number of ethnic heritages as well as an LGBT booth.

The airman said he was troubled when three individuals dressed in drag began performing on the air base.

Photographs of the event show an individual wearing a giant wig performing to a sparse crowd underneath the American flag. It’s unclear whether the individuals in high heels and form-fitting dresses are members of the Air Force.

“I am really surprised that this happened on a military installation,” the airman  told Fox News.

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  • frankfan42

    Let’s be honest here. Jesus commands us to love one another, not necessarily our actions, but the people. Approx 3% of folks are gay, a pretty small percentage in anyone’s book. So why are these folks being so aggressive, in our faces with their agenda? My take is they sense the fall of decency and Christian values is a great opportunity to spread their “Agenda.” And it is working, quite well actually.

    • William Cody Bateman | LeaderS

      Jesus’s command to “love one another” refers to a fellow follower of Jesus Christ NOT every tom, dick and harry that mocks the laws of God and takes pleasure in doing them. FYI

      • frankfan42

        William, God is pretty clear in 1Thessalonians 3:12 And the Lord make you to increase and abound in love one toward another, and toward all men, even as we do toward you

        • William Cody Bateman | LeaderS

          This verse refers specifically to that relationship between brother-in-the-Lord and another fellow brother-in-the-Lord. We “love” the willful sinner in the sense that we have no desire to see them perish in their disobedience but, we “hate” perfectly them (unrepentant sinner’s actions) those that practice such perversions and take pleasure in doing so. We are even told in II Corinthians to not be yoked to people such as this…

          • frankfan42

            To love is not necessarily to approve. You can love your kids, and should, even when they do wrong things. God loves us, even though we often fall far short. And Paul, in his letter to the Christians of Thessalonia is clear as well- 1Thessalonians 3:12 “And the Lord make you to increase and abound in love one toward another, and toward all men, even as we do toward you” There is no mention of “Hating” even those outside the Church. As Christians I believe we are called not to hate, for that is of darkness. Did not Jesus have pity on those who came to him, even, and especially those who were reviled in their societies? Prostitutes, lepers, etc. Is there not a lesson there for us that we are not to set ourselves above anyone- for we are all sinners? That said I will fight tooth and nail against those who I believe are perpetrating evil- I think we agree on that. Can you point me to Scripture that would illuminate your stance? God Bless ya!

  • Laurettecanada

    I would say the scripture instructs us to love the person and hate the sin. That being said then we should ask ourselves, what is love. Do we really love someone when we smile and say live and let live when we know full well unless they repent they are going to spend all of eternity in outer darkness? Is that really love? The real problem here is fear. People are afraid of losing their jobs, of law suits that will take away everything they worked for, of being ostracized, or maybe even persecuted for being labelled a homophobic.I don’t think its about loving, I think it borders on hypocrisy when everyone suddenly is doing a 180 degree turnabout deciding we need to be loving and compassionate. I don’t think it is because they love the LGBT’s anymore today than yesterday I think a lot of the softening and bending of rules is because they are afraid of the consequences if they don’t bow down to their agenda. Perhaps we need more Daniels, more Shadrachs, Meschach and Abednigos. Sooner or later it will come to a choice of being politically INCORRECT or rejecting Christ. Perilous times.

  • gina smith

    Diversity day! Diversity of thought and opinion will not be tolerated!