The Drag Queen Story Time at Westcliffe Community Centre in Ottawa didn’t go as planned.
The event took place on Saturday afternoon, where a group of homosexual and lesbian parents took children, ages 3- 10, for them to learn to celebrate “gay pride”.
Everything seems to go so well, everybody was dancing and “celebrating” until the preacher Dorre Love, made a question when the event was about to end.
“I have a question,” Love said. “What are you going to do when you stand before God and He judges every one of you here for your sins?”
“The Bible says this,” Love continued, “but if anyone causes one of my little ones who believe in me to stumble, it would be better for them to have a large millstone be hung around their neck and they be drowned in the depths of the sea.”
“The Bible says that men are men and women are women,” he said as two mothers picked up their children and fled.
“And men shouldn’t dress like women, and women shouldn’t dress like men. That’s a sin. And the Bible says that the wages of sin are death,” he continued.
A video published show how many emotions flourished at the same time. Some people was shocked, and many others angry.
Adrianna Exposée, 20, who was the Russian-Canadian drag performer, got closer to the preacher trying to stop the preacher. But although parents booed him, Love continued to preach.