The Vatican Drops a Gender Fluid Bomb on Pride Month, & People are Mad

Big news: the Vatican’s spoken out on the concept of transgenderism.

The verdict: It’s baloney.

As reported by The Washington Post, Catholic officials are declaring a “crisis” with regard to sex education, caused by “disorientation.”


A new church document — “Male and Female He Created Them: Towards a Path of Dialogue on the Question of Gender in Education ” — states that the idea one may choose their gender is in “direct contradiction of the model of marriage as being between one man and one woman.”

And that’s all there is, the church notes — one and one. Only two sexes.

And they ain’t the same:

“It is precisely within the nucleus of the family unit that children can learn how to recognize the value and the beauty of the differences between the two sexes.”

Some aren’t too thrilled about all the distinction. Jesuit Father James Martin wrote a book on reaching LGBTQ peeps called Building a Bridge, and he thinks the sleeping giant that is the Church needs to woke up:

Not only are there just 2 sexes, the Vatican claims, but you don’t get to choose whether you have a real or figurative innie or an outie. You’re born, and you’re either a dude or a chick, and that’s the end of it.


And check this out: Men and women complement one another. Like, fit together.

From CBS News:

The Vatican issued an official document…rejecting the idea that people can choose or change their genders and insisting on the sexual “complementarity” of men and women to make babies. The text, “Male and Female He Created Them,” was intended to help Catholics address what the Vatican’s Congregation for Catholic Education called an “educational crisis” in the field of sex education.

The Pope’s been sayin’ this:

Pope Francis has repeatedly argued the position that people cannot choose their genders. But the document represents the first attempt to put the Vatican’s position, first articulated fully by Pope Benedict XVI in a 2012 speech, into a comprehensive, official text.

The Church also believes in femininity and — toxicity alert — masculinity:

The document called for a new alliance among families, schools and society to offer a “positive and prudent sexual education” in Catholic schools so children learn the “full original truth of masculinity and femininity.”

New Ways Ministry head Francis DeBernardo — author of Marriage Equality: a Positive Catholic Approach — is also speaking out against the religious report: What the heck is gender, other than just something you discover, daddy-o? Check out his cool modern manness:


“Gender is also biologically determined by genetics, hormones and brain chemistry – things not visible at birth. People do not choose their gender, as the Vatican claims, they discover it through their lived experiences. [Gender] is a process by which individuals discover the wonderful way that God has created them.”

Interesting timing for the Church’s statement — in case you haven’t heard, June is Pride Month. Subsequently, interesting stories abound. Here are a few so far:

Brad Pitt, Journalists, & The City Push Back Against Boston’s Straight Pride Parade, But The Rally Gets A Hilariously Unexpected Grand Marshal

Trump Denies Permission To Fly The Pride Flag At U.S. Embassies. Is He Still The Gayest Republican President?

Washington DC’s Inclusive ‘Dyke March’ Bans The Star Of David But Allows Palestinian Flags

What do you think about the Church’s statement? Particularly for those of you who are Catholic, what do you expect to be the ramifications? That Vatican hopes to have a dialogue compliments of “listening, reasoning, and proposing.”

Read the document for yourself via this link.

And check out more of the fallout:





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