Church agrees that cross-dressing brunch isn’t such a drag after all

918A87EB20583654B682B591164780_h316_w628_m5_cBmxupBhbThe leader of a Manhattan church has reached an agreement with the drag queens next door following a brief conflict. The Rev. Richard Baker of St. Malachy’s Catholic Church in New York City rescinded his demand that the next-door Lillie’s restaurant cease its “Breakfast at Epiphany’s” brunch show.

This was probably a wise decision on his part — Epiphany Get Paid, the excellently named drag queen who sings at the brunch, was planning to lead a protest of drag queens outside St. Malachy’s in response. S

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