Now, isn’t that special?


Now, mon Dieu, this is what you call “lived theology.” Yeah. And file it under the sub-category: “tantrum ethics” and the sub-sub category “mammary gland hermeneutics”

Yeah. Nothing attracts attention faster than the flashing one’s naughty bits, especially in sacred space. But, did anyone inform these prime exemplars of feminine pulchritude that the language spoken in Paris is not English? Apparently only one of them seemed to know that.

I guess they also didn’t know that today, of all days, their boobs would be competing for attention with Kate Upton’s, due to the fact that her Sports Illustrated Swimwear Issue photos were just released. (As any Frenchman might say: “vive la difference.” Mais, oui, voyez ICI.”

Church Lady, where are you?


Half- Naked feminists ‘celebrate’ pope’s resignation in Notre Dame cathedral in Paris

9 women from Ukrainian group Femen bared their breasts and shouted ‘Pope no more.’ Their ‘celebration’ followed Pope Benedict XVI’s stunning announcement that he plans to step down on Feb. 28.

A group of feminists stripped inside Paris’s Notre Dame cathedral Monday in “celebration” of Pope Benedict XVI’s shocking resignation announcement.
Some nine women with the Ukrainian group Femen flashed their breasts at the iconic site while ringing the cathedral’s huge church bells and shouting “Pope No More.”

The female activists, calling themselves “provocateurs,” quickly stormed the Notre Dame in long coats, shedding them before dashing to the altar to ring a new set of bronze bells cast for the cathedral’s 850th anniversary this year.

Cathedral security eventually dragged the bare-breasted protestors outside as visitors shouted in displeasure.

For more information and many more half-dirty pictures, go HERE… and for a video go HERE.

Meanwhile, in Rome, yesterday, the pope’s announcement received this reaction from the heavens: (Story HERE.)




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