An art student dressed in a salacious version of the garb of an organization that lies about condoms and then handed out condoms. The Catholic Church (the dishonest organization in question) is not happy.
Students at Carnegie Mellon say it’s freedom of expression, but the Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh calls it inappropriate and disrespectful.
At an annual art school parade, a female student dressed up as the pope, and was naked from the waist down while she passed out condoms.
Even more, witnesses say the woman had shaved her pubic hair in the shape of a cross.
If laws were broken, then there should be punishment. But offending the Catholic Church is not a crime. In fact, it can be a great deal of fun. When people are looking so feverishly for things to be offended about, it can be hard for any charitable atheist not to give them what they so clearly want.
I’ve got this great idea: stop trying to control people’s sex lives and then they won’t feel the need to defy you so overtly.