‘Foxy Mary,’ ‘Hunky Jesus’ Contests Take Place On Easter

A radical LBGT group known as the “Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence,” held their annual “Foxy Mary” and “Hunky Jesus” contests on Easter Sunday this year in what appeared to be a thinly veiled attempt to mock Christianity.

“Let’s hear it for triggering the right-wing extremists,” said California state Sen. Scott Wiener (D) from the stage of the LBGT event in Dolores Park in San Francisco.

At the event, contestants dressed as “playful, lewd reinterpretations of Jesus and Mary” competed against each other in drag and dance performances to win the titles “Foxy Mary” and “Hunky Jesus.”

This year’s event took place against the backdrop of the “National Transgender Day of Visibility” being held on the same day as Easter Sunday for the first time.

On March 31, 2009, the “National Transgender Day of Visibility” was created when Rachel Crandall-Crocker, co-founder of the nonprofit Transgender Michigan first brought the idea to the public.

The day of visibility was instituted as a contrast to the “Transgender Day of Remembrance” on Nov. 20 in honor of those who have been killed because of transgender violence.

In 2024, March 31 was also Easter, a day to remember the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Easter has been celebrated for 2,000 years and is the most holy day for Christians.

On March 31, Easter Sunday, President Joe Biden tweeted the words, “Today, on Transgender Day of Visibility, I have a simple message to all trans Americans: I see you. You are made in the image of God, and you’re worthy of respect and dignity,” at 3:00 pm followed by a picture that read, “Transgender Day of Visibility.”

The president also tweeted about Easter, and in so doing came close to equating the two “holidays.” The post read, “Jill and I send our warmest wishes to Christians around the world celebrating the power of hope and the promise of Christ’s Resurrection this Easter Sunday.”

“Every year for the past several years on March 31 Transgender Day of Visibility is marked. And as we know, for folks who understand the calendar and how it works, Easter falls on different Sundays every year,” White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre told reporters in an attempt to downplay the president’s messaging.

“This year it happened to coincide with Transgender Visibility Day. And so that is the simple fact. That is what has happened. That is where we are.”

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