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Pope Says it’s Cool to Use Condoms if You’re a Male Prostitute


Breaking with the often questioned longstanding Catholic doctrine banning all artificial contraception, Pope Benedict XVI has now stated that, if you’re a male prostitute, it’s OK to use condoms.

Like most controversial announcements these days, the news comes just in time to coincide with the release of the Pope’s new book-length interview, “Light of the World,’ out Tuesday. The info, sure to be labeled “shocking” (the most over-used word in journalism), was released by none other than the The Vatican’s newspaper, which published the enticing excerpts on Saturday.

Calling it ‘a first step in a movement toward a different way, a more human way of living sexuality,’ Benedict used the example of what seems to be gay male prostitutes, okaying rubbers it when “contraception is not an issue.” This because in such a situation condoms are used only with the ‘intention of reducing the risk of infection.’ Unfortunately, wrapping it up is still taboo for married couples and people unfortunate enough to live in AIDs infested countries. They’ll have to raw dog it.

But that’s not all the juicy Pope news: the rest of the book is said to be loaded with controversial comments too. For example, according to the Associated Press “the pope also confirms that gay men, even if chaste, cannot be priests and says they should not reveal their sexual orientation if they have already been ordained.”

Of course, for those that disqualifies, a slightly safer career as a prostitute is always an option…

How ironic one that a male prostitute is now allowed to use contraception, but how vile it is to acknowledge one is gay, let alone a male prostitute.

The Video that shows Catholic priests hooking up at Gay nightclubs is here.

Rev. Kevin J. Gray busted for using church money on male escorts.



  1. So yeah, he means there’s a basis in allowing them to use condoms from his standpoint because they’re only going to, well, get brutally fucked and taken advantage in such a way that they’ll then realize that what they’re doing isn’t a great idea.

    Or, in other words: he’s saying it’s not such a bad idea for them because it’ll help them get the gay fucked out of them — the first step in a direction to moralization. That way their sexuality can be ‘humanized’ again and not be so animalistic, right?

    If you have a different interpretation of how it can lead to the realization that their behavior is ‘wrong.’ I’m all ears.

  2. I am wondering if Mr Poerio has forgotten his logic book today. Mr. Poerio has conveniently misquoted the Pope and put words in his mouth. The entire quote reads:

    “There may be a basis in the case of some individuals, as perhaps when a male prostitute uses a condom, where this can be a first step in the direction of a moralization, a first assumption of responsibility, on the way toward recovering an awareness that not everything is allowed and that one cannot do whatever one wants. But it is not really the way to deal with the evil of HIV infection. That can really lie only in a humanization of sexuality.”

    In other words, using a condom is still wrong, but in some limited cases, it can lead to a realization that this kind of behavior is wrong. That is what the Pope is saying.

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