New Book Exposes The Gay Underground Of The Vatican

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Gay Underground of the Vatican

A man who was once put on trial by the Vatican for publishing confidential files has now written a new book that reports on the secret gay sex world within Christianity’s most sacred halls.

Gianluigi Nuzzi is an Italian journalist who’s just released the novel “Original Sin” as reported by the Associated Press.

Within the book, you can find information like banking accounts in the names of Popes Paul VI and John Paul II and info about underaged seminarians who have been coerced into sexual acts by Vatican officials.

Due to the obvious legal repercussions this book could have, Nuzzi’s lawyers hand-delivered a copy of the book to the Vatican’s criminal prosecutor in good faith.

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More specifically with that second note, the book delves deeply into sexual practices that go on in the Vatican and reproduces several Vatican files that tell of this.

This includes a testimony from a “gay ex-seminarian who recounted how an adult, now a priest, used to come into his dorm room and have oral sex with his roommate.” (the roommate was younger than 18 at the time).

Then in 2014, the Vatican’s Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith did an “investigation” but ultimately found no evidence to prove the incident ever happened.

But that’s not all of the stories that the book tells.

As the Associated Press also states, the book:

“Gathers together years of exposes into the gay subculture of the Vatican. The new claims concern the Vatican’s St. Pius X pre-seminary for middle and high schoolers who are considering a possible vocation to the priesthood.”

We’ll see if the novel raising up some kind of stir or if most people will ignore it.

h/t: Queerty

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