top of page

Sister Anni Coque l'Doo

Sister Anni Coque l'Doo

Full Sister Name
Sister Anni Coque l'Doo

Do you have other names?
Anita Name, Sister Rodeo Queen, Hey you!

Lay Occupation
The wonderful world of bean counting.

Date Of Birth
13th of Oct, Year of the Pig

20 minutes south of San Francisco

Date Joined The Order
I started my path with the Sisters in November 2004 and was Fully Professed on 8 November 2005.

When Did You Discover Your Calling?
I first felt my calling back in 1995 while becoming a member of Delta Lambda Phi (a national gay fraternity made up of progressive gay, straight and bisexual men). I thought this would be a way to give back to the community and find my path in life. Well that got me though college but it was not the path for my life. A few years later I started volunteering with the Golden State Gay Rodeo Association at their local rodeos. I later ran for Miss GSGRA 2004 and won in the fall of 2003. I learned that I can walk and talk while wearing heals; who knew I could also raise money for charity.

While the rodeo was a wonderful outlet for me, I still felt like I was not on the right path. During my year as Miss GSGRA 2004, I made it a goal to bridge the gaps between groups I wanted to hang out with. I started to really get to know the Sisters and, once my year was up as Miss GSGRA, I turned my energy towards the Order. This was a group of hard working individuals who ask so little of the community but give so "F"ing much back.

Sponsor In The Order
My Mother in the Order is Sister Edith Myflesh, S.P.I., Bearer of the Holy Host, la Infanta de San Francisco; my Grandmother is Sister Lily White Superior Posterior; and my Great Grandmother is Sister Vicious Power Hungry Bitch. My Novice Mistress is Sister Flora Goodthyme, my Godmother is Sister Roxanne Roles and my Wicked Stepmother is Sister Tilly Comes Again.

Religious Beliefs
"My life, my death, my joy, my ruin, Get off my lawn with your holy boo-hooin'!" -- The Mammals

"Some people are like Slinkies... not really good for anything, but they still bring a smile to your face when you push them down a flight of stairs."

Sister Anni's Little Life lessons
When one walks through wet grass, one don't wear high heels.
Riding Steers doesn't make you butch, it just gives you a great story to tell after you fall off.

bottom of page