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Facter

The pope is correct, that the best way to prevent sex is to not have sex at all, or to have sex with only one person, who is equally committed to having sex with only one person. The church has been working for thousands of years to get human beings to do exactly those things, but it has not been successful, not even within its own clergy. Everyone knows priests in Cameroon who are having sex and even have children. Same thing happening in Italy, France and Latin America.

Is the Pope now saying that a prostitute should not be diligent and use condoms although he knows that the prostitute and her clients will not stop having sex? Is he happy to condemn them to death, although science has shown that condoms offer some protection? This is an irrational and cruel position held by the Catholics in this important matter. It is also a patronizing position towards Africans from the Pope, who is after all just another European talking down at us.

African Catholics may want to join European Catholics and the majority of American Catholics to ignore these edicts. I join the Pope in advising you to be abstinent if you have the capability or be faithful, but if you are a helpless dog, I think you should use your little doggie head and wrap your tool securely before putting it into anybody. Also, get an AIDS test. Perhaps it will frighten you enough to become abstinent.

Ron

The papals powers...... Fidelityyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy.

Von Bismark, Vienna-Austria

Don't blame the Pope.He knows nothing about sex and sexually active people.He is an old Nazi celiobate.

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