Computing a topological sort in a DAG using a queue simply amounts to putting the nodes with indegree 0 in a queue, and going through the queue removing these nodes from the graph and adding the nodes that are newly with indegree 0.
This of course does not apply to computing a pre-topological order in a general graph, that is, an order satisfying:
If $u\leadsto v$ and not $v \leadsto u$, then $u$ appears before $v$.
Such an order is used for instance in Kosaraju's algorithm, and the wikipedia page states:
As given above, the algorithm for simplicity employs depth-first search, but it could just as well use breadth-first search as long as the post-order property is preserved.
I believe that what is meant by "the post-order property" is just the pre-topological property.
Question: How can one compute a pre-topological order using a BFS(-like) algorithm?