“You can’t change your gender” says man in dress

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You can't change your gender says man in dress

The Catholic Church has issued an official document rejecting the idea that you can decide if you are a man or a woman.

Pope Francis, issued the paper to clarify the Church’s position on transgender issues. At the address today  he was resplendent in a stunning on the shoulder, ankle length, white gown and  beautifully accessorised with some of the finest Vatican jewellery. The outfit beautifully complimented his natural skin tone and eyes.

The paper called gender fluidity a symptom of the ‘confused concept of freedom’ and ‘momentary desires’ that characterise post-modern culture.

Whilst the Pope delivered the message, our News Dump fashion correspondent couldn’t help but notice the slightest, tantalising, glimpse of a pair of delicate red satin slippers, provocatively  exposed beneath the hem of his ankle length skirt, perfectly complimenting the papal handbag in shade and texture.

The Vatican paper insists that the sexual ‘complementarity’ of men and women is to make babies.

..and, if we’re not mistaken,  isn’t that the faint scent of  Channel Number 5? We think it is.

The paper also states that transgenderism is an attempt to “annihilate nature”.

The Pope was surrounded by several of his Pontifical Swiss Guard, attractively attired in their rainbow uniforms, jaunty berets and gorgeous knee high boots, all rounded off with the finest white silk gloves.

The text, ‘Male and Female He Created Them,’ was intended to help Catholic teachers, parents, students and clergy address what the Vatican’s Congregation for Catholic Education called an ‘educational crisis’ in the field of sex education.

….and also foster a healthy culture of hypocrisy, bigotry, hatred and prejudice within the Catholic Church.

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