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Erotic ballet in Brisbane - 01

Erotic ballet performed in a church in Australia

On October 2016, St. Patrick's Church in Brisbane, Australia was the stage for a sacrilegous ballet and a fashion show. Today we will focus on the ballet, next Sunday on the show.

The ballet was meant to represent the temptation of Eve and to express how women's freedom was restricted as a consequence of the "mythological biblical story." Such repression would be a horror: hence, the title of the event: Quelle Horreur (What a Horror).

But this feminist bias is not enough. It must be added that the performers were half-nude and their underwear-type garments were skin-colored to imitate nudity. The blatant erotic tone of the play can be seen in the photos on this page.

The Archbishop of Brisbane, Mark Coleridge, gave permission for that obscene performance and publicly supported it when a complaint was addressed to him. He alleged that, since the Blessed Sacrament had been removed, there was nothing to complaim about in the play...

Erotic ballet in Brisbane - 02
Photos from Jennifer Mendez & Matt Cheel first seen in LifeSiteNews


Blason de Charlemagne
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Posted January 1, 2017

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