Gay People Exist Because Pregnant Women Have Anal Sex, Says Cypriot Bishop in Shocking Statement
Well that’s news to me.
(And, by the way: Most women do not like anal sex – they only do it because their boyfriend or husband pressures them into doing it.)
by James Gant
July 25, 2019
A bishop has been condemned for saying gay people exist because pregnant women have anal sex.
Church of Cyprus bishop Neophytos Masouras of Morphou said at a primary school in Akaki, Nicosia District, that the sexuality is passed on when expectant women enjoy the act.
He said: ‘It happens during the parent’s intercourse or pregnancy.
‘It follows an abnormal sexual act between the parents. To be more clear, anal sex.
‘[Saint Porphyrios] says that when the woman likes that, a desire is born, and then the desire is passed on to the child.’
The comments came during a series of ‘spiritual meetings of dialogue’ that came to an end this month, Cypriot LGBTI rights group ACCEPT said.
Anyone can attend the conventions and there are children and adults in the audience who are free question the bishop.
The footage from June was posted on social media and went viral, with Accept LGBTI Cyprus posting: ‘How are lesbians created?’
Another social media user wrote: ‘So, father, if the woman does oral, will the child become a dentist?’
But one person added: ‘The problem is not this ignoramus, the tragic problem is that there are thousands who believe him.’
There is no scientific evident to back up the orthodox Christian bishop’s claim, but he turned to the recently made Saint Porphyrios – who he said wrote about it.
The Saint, who died in 1991, told gay people to stay single and pray for their sexuality to go away all their life.