Catholic Church Says Virgins Can Now Have Sex

woman-1990228_640While it might sound like a pretty funny SNL sketch, the Catholic Church is completely serious about its new announcement that virginity is no longer a prerequisite for consecration. Lifelong “consecrated” virgins are understandably furious, having gone their whole lives without sex only to have the rules changed halfway through the game. The shocking ruling comes in the form of a new 39-page document published by the Vatican, saying actual virginity is not essential for a woman to become a consecrated virgin, because “spousal and fruitful love for Christ is not reducible to the symbol of physical integrity.”

In the Catholic Church, there are about 5,000 consecrated virgins, or women who have been consecrated by the church to a life of perpetual virginity in the service of God. The NY Post explains, “Unlike nuns, they do not live in enclosed communities or wear special clothing—most of them are integrated within the normal world and have regular jobs.” In a statement, the US Association of Consecrated Virgins called the document “deeply disappointing”—but perhaps they’ll feel differently once they finally start having sex?

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Check out more about the Catholic Church saying virgins can have sex: https://nypost.com/2018/07/17/virgins-furious-with-catholic-church-for-saying-they-can-have-sex/

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