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Who didn’t download transsexual porn at the Vatican?

by | 10th, April 2013

nun masturbation Who didnt download transsexual porn at the Vatican?

WHO downloaded transsexual porn films at the Vatican? TorrentFreak.com claims the films were downloaded at the Pope’s drum.

Of course, this might be a spot of PR by the site and/  or porn actresses Tiffany Starr, Sheena Shaw, Lea Lexis and Krissy Lynn, who appears in the skin flicks.

Added to the porn flicks is a claim that one IP address at the Vatican downloaded pirated US television dramas, such as Chicago Fire, The Neighbours and The Americans. Also downloads for Ed Sheeran’s Lego House and a game, Aerosoft’s Mega Airport Madrid X.

What’s odd is not so much that a computer user likes watching pirated entertainment for free, rather that the site should think it ok to publish users’ IP information. If it is PR, surely it’s backfired.

PS: In 2004, the Vatican-sanctioned a sex guide called It’s A Sin Not To Do It. It was “everything you wanted to know about sex but the Church (almost) never dared to tell you“. Writers Roberto Beretta and Elisabetta Broli’s book includes an interview with Cardinal Ersilio Tonini, who says “the Church is not an enemy of the flesh”.

“The Church is not against sex. Something needed to be done about the cliches and stereotypes. The Church is not only about forbidding the use of contraception and warning against the sins of the flesh. In view of the trivialisation of sex and the rise of impotence and frigidity in consequence, as well as the increasing number of only children, it is better for the Church to promote sex in the right circumstances, instead of just focusing on prohibitions and perversions.”

A chapter “unearths theological justification for post-coital masturbation for women who fail to achieve orgasm during intercourse”.

In 2006, Sister Margaret Farley wrote Just Love, a Framework for Christian Sexual Ethics. The nun, a professor emeritus of Christian ethics at Yale University, said Catholics “have found great good in self-pleasuring – perhaps especially in the discovery of their own possibilities for pleasure – something many had not experienced or even known about in their ordinary sexual relations with husbands or lovers.” Masturbation “actually serves relationships rather than hindering them”.

Spotter: Reddit



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